Alaska Seminar: Training at Kahiltna Base Camp

Posted by: Eric Frank | May 16, 2012
Categories: *Expedition Dispatches *Mount McKinley
Elevation: 7,300'

Well hello all.

Last week temperatures were frigid. I am happy to say today was downright balmy. We’ll take it.

We spent our entire day today going over some critical information. Laying the ground work for crevasse rescue. A lot of information was downloaded and everyone seemed to grasp the concepts. Knots, anchors, rappelling into a crevasse, self extrication from a crevasse were some of our topics on this beautiful day.

Kahiltna Base Camp is getting busier by the day. More and more climbers are showing up to head up Denali, other friends are finding success on various routes on the Mini Moon Flower and the North Buttress of Mt Hunter with this current stretch of superb weather.

Word on the street is temperatures are about to get really hot the next few days. We will let you know how that plays out.
Everyone is doing great and says hello.

RMI Guide Jason Thompson

On The Map



Hi Eric-

See you in a couple of weeks!

Posted by: Larry Seaton on 5/17/2012 at 9:38 pm

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