13-day course checks in

The August 25-Sept.6th 13-day course folks are having a great time and enjoying beautiful late-summer weather. Michael Horst called to check in yesterday, and said that they have been 100% successful on everything they’ve attempted to climb, including Mt. Shuksan during the early part of the course, as well as Cutthroat Peak, Liberty Bell, and the South Early Winter Spire. The group is now spending the remaining days back in the North Cascades, with a plan to attempt Sahale Peak via the Sahale Arm. Best of luck to the team on their final objective of the course!

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