Vinson Massif: Hahn & Team Touchdown on Union Glacier

Posted by: Dave Hahn | November 29, 2013
Categories: *Expedition Dispatches *Vinson Massif
Elevation: 2,297'

Hey, this is Dave Hahn calling from Antarctica. We made our flight through the night. We left Punta Arenas around 11:40 p.m. and flew down through the dark, until reaching the daylight of Antarctica. We landed at about 4:15 this morning at Union Glacier. Beautiful landing and we are in Union Glacier Camp. We haven’t gone out to Vinson, it’s probably not gonna happen today. But we are keeping our fingers crossed for tomorrow. We’ve got our tents up and we are sleeping in to recover from the night of flying. But all is well, and we’ll get you a regular dispatch when possible.

RMI Guide Dave Hahn

The plane parked at Union Glacier. Photo: Peter Whittaker De-boarding the plane at Union Glacier. Photo: Dave Hahn

Dave Hahn calls in after landing on Union Glacier.

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That is so amazing with the call-in report.  What will RMI think of next.  (Live video stream?)  I like that.

Posted by: Mary on 11/30/2013 at 9:29 am

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