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team- A little Frosty on the way!

hello family friends and loved ones, team a little frosty on the way is about to hop the flight onto the Kahiltna Glacier and the Alaska Range! We have a strong looking group and everyone is excited and the weather is looking great. we will send another message tomorrow and we will miss all our loved ones on this adventure.

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The Alpine Cowgirls made it to 11 camp today and are safe and sound.

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Gracias Denali resting at 11,000 ft

The team is currently at 11,000 ft and looking for a good weather window to place their next cache at 13,400 ft.

Subarctic Alpine Cowgirls prepares to move to 11,000 ft

Victor and Subarctic Alpine Cowgirls (formally known as Team 3) is feeling strong! They cached gear and supplies, and now they are preparing to climb higher.

Gracias Denali gearing up for their next move

Gracias Denali is currently resting at 11,000 ft and preparing for their next climb to 14,000 ft!

I was extremely impressed with the AAI Denali climb. It exceeded my expectations and reaching the summit of Denali was one of the best experiences of my life. The guides were awesome, the logistics were well taken care of, and safety was always paramount.

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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