The AMS June 25th expedition led by Rob Gowler, Curtis Green and Simon Frez-Albrecht team is doing well. The weather improved alot today so the team moved to High Camp at 17,200 feet. If the weather permits, the team will go for the summit tomorrow morning. We are wishing them the best of luck and a beautiful day.
Walls at high camp, these need some chinking, but you can't beat the view.
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