Alaska Seminar: Great Day for Training

Posted by: | May 07, 2012
Categories: *Expedition Dispatches *Mount McKinley
Elevation: 7,300'

Once again we woke to a beautiful morning today at the base of Mt. McKinley. Our day has been filled with technical information. We have thoroughly covered rappelling, fixed line travel, self extrication from a crevasse, and reviewed our knots and anchor systems. We will continue to put these skills to good use when we implement them into crevasse rescue scenarios.  The planes have been buzzing around basecamp today dropping climbers on the glacier. The climbing season is getting underway here in the Alaskan Range. It is super fun to be right in the middle of it all. 

Until next time. The Alaskan Seminar is signing off.

RMI Guide Jason Thompson

K2 Aviation plane on the Kahiltna Glacier



Brady…Greetings to you as you gather all of this valuable information..Hope you are having fun and learning how to extricate yourself from crevasses!!!  Love you, miss you, look forward to your return!!! 
love, Mom &Dad;

Posted by: Nancy O'Mara on 5/7/2012 at 7:14 pm

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