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Farewell from Team Super-Trained!

Team Super-Trained Wraps up Cerro San Lorenzo Expedition


Team Super-Trained On Return Trip after Tough Weather

Team Super-Trained Hoping Wind Holds Out for Summit Bid Tomorrow

Cerro San Lorenzo Team Super-Trained at Paso La Corniza


I very much enjoyed the expedition. This climb would serve as an excellent prep for Denali given the need to carry loads and the interesting weather.The experience was both fun and challenging. I felt like I had a true alpine experience even without summiting. This was my 6th AAI trip and I continue to learn useful information on the trips. This climb would serve as an excellent prep for Denali given the need to carry loads and the interesting weather.

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