Monday, July 6, 2015

AMS 6/25 Denali Update

AMS team lead by Rob Gowler is hanging tight at 14,200' camp today as the winds above them at on the 16K ridge and high camp were "nuking" this morning.  Everyone is doing well though: well-built camps, good food, and good group camaraderie.  The winds have already decreased some and the team has high hopes for improvements to the weather over the next 48 hours, as is predicted.

Everyone is WELL and feeling STRONG.

Please note: It is not possible for us to send current photos of this team as that  manner of technology does not yet exist on Denali, it remains a wonderful remote wilderness expedition up here in Alaska.

AMS photo of Denali with Lenticular cloud on higher mountain. This is an indicator of winds aloft.  A lenticular on Denali could be seen this morning from Talkeetna. And has dissipated by this afternoon.
AMS photo from a Previous AMS Mt.Foraker Expedtion, can anyone find the photoshopped image in here? 

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