McKinley: Day Four - Carry to 11,200’ Camp

Posted by: Seth Waterfall | May 05, 2007
Categories: *Expedition Dispatches *Mount McKinley
Elevation: 9,600'

Today we woke up to two feet of fresh snow on Denali! Our plan was to move all of our gear up glacier, then cache most of it and continue on to the camp at 11,200 feet. But since we now had to break trail we decided to carry some of our gear up to the camp and come back for the night. The trail breaking was tough, but half way up we met a group coming down. Thank goodness they were there because we were able to follow their broken trail all of the way to the 11,200 ft. camp. After caching our gear we made the return trip to our camp at the top of ski hill for dinner and a well deserved nights rest.

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