May 3rd, 2015 Custom Climbing Trip: Tumolo and Stier
AMS guide Todd Tumolo and Mark Stier flew in to basecamp today on a clear and bluebird day with warmer temps in town. Mark was stoked to explore more of the Alaska range after coming up for many years. They plan on flying into Kahiltna basecamp and taking a look at conditions, with the East ridge of Mt. Francis as a climbing goal. Wishing them the best!
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