Cybercasts

Sled Zeppelin expedition comes to an end !!!

Hello & Namaste Everybody,

It’s an honor to announce that the team Sled Zeppelin had a successful expedition on Mt Denali with entire team getting to the summit of highest peak in North America on July 2nd, 2023 and were back in civilization yesterday July 7th safe and sound.

I personally would like to congratulate each member of this expedition on summiting Mt Denali and wishes my best for their future climb. Now that everyone are making their way back to home or traveling somewhere else I would like to make an announcement our expedition has officially come to an end and this would be our final Cybercast. Thank you each and everyone for following us along this journey of climbing the highest peak in North America Mt Denali.

Guide team
Morgan, Aaron, Adam & Jangbu

Zep flies out and back in Talkeetna

Final Zep check in before flight out

Sled Zeppelin starts their descent

Sled Zeppelin checks in from High Camp

Immensely enjoyed the expedition. It was the most amazing and challenging outdoor experience of my life, so far. The guides were nothing short of excellent.

Photo: Brad Washburn
Gear Check in the Alpine Ascents Hangar
Loading the plane at the Talkeetna airport
View from the plane on the way to Base Camp
Photo: Steve Tambosso
Photo: Steve Tambosso
Photo: Steve Tambosso
Photo: Steve Tambosso
Photo: Steve Tambosso
Photo: Steve Tambosso
Photo: Steve Tambosso
Photo: Steve Tambosso
View of fixed lines from 17K
Photo: Steve Tambosso
Photo: Victor McNeil
Photo: Steve Tambosso
Photo: Steve Tambosso
Above Washburn's Thumb
Midnight on the summit ridge.
The Fireweed Inn

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