|Team traveling down|
|previous AMS team moving up the fixed lines!|
6/16 Denali West Buttress "Team Hiro" led by Curtis Green and Dave Wade are doing well, yesterday they climbed down to pick up their previously cached items at 9,600' This day can feel almost like a rest day because it is a fairly short time on the trail. Today they carried, food, fuel and high altitude gear to the Windy Corner are. They will camp at 11,200 again tonight, and plan to move to 14,200' tomorrow.
|AMS at Windy Corner, 13,300' on Denali's West Buttress Route.|
|AMS Climbers making their way to Windy Corner and 13,200'. The vast view is of Denali National Park's wilderness areas.|
6/21, 12 day Mountaineering Course on the Pika Glacier (a branch of the AlaskaRange's Kahiltna Glacier) is doing very well, the team moved their camp and have experienced a variety of weather condition include a whiteout (meaning you can't see very far in front of you, you are either in a cloud, or in a snow storm) and sunny blue skies. The instructor team report that they are happy and healthy!
|Previous AMS student practicing crevasse rescue in the Alaska Range.|