Alaska Expedition Seminar: Marin & Team Enjoy Spectacular Views While Training

Posted by: Garrett Stevens | May 19, 2013
Categories: *Expedition Dispatches *Mount McKinley
Elevation: 7,300'

Today we woke up with clear skies!  After breakfast we shouldered our packs and went for a hike to the Southeast Fork of the Kahiltna Glacier. The Fork offers spectacular views of the North Buttress of Mt. Hunter, South Face of Radio Tower, and the West Face of Kahiltna Queen.  We also learned about snow anchors and glacier travel.  It was really nice to be able to stretch our legs and hike around.  It certainly was a fantastic day.

We also had the opportunity to eat dinner outside enjoying the incredible views.  The weather is looking nice for the rest of the week, so we will be getting around.

Everyone is doing great!

RMI Guide Andres Marin

An RMI team creates an arch at Kahiltna Basecamp. Photo: Andres Marin Moon over the Kahiltna Glacier. Photo: Katy Reid

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Lis and Pete,

We are very proud of your endurance and stamina.

Wishing you and the team sunny skies for the remaining part of the trip.


Posted by: Nicole areson on 5/20/2013 at 9:32 am

So glad the weather has cleared! The photo is awesome, I can’t wait to see the final pics of this spectacular region. Godspeed and I hope that the weather cooperates the rest of the week. JIm Vaughan

Posted by: jim vaughan on 5/19/2013 at 6:26 pm

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