Team 8/Booyahkahshaw caches up at Windy Corner then returns with plans to wake early to beat the heat

Hi, this is Danny with Denali 8/Booyahkasha. In case you’re wondering back home, that is spelled “Booyahkahshaw”, just in case you were wondering.

Anyways, today we successfully carried all of our gear and food that we wanted to cache to our cache location at Windy Corner (at13,600 feet) and made it back to camp and everybody did really well.

And now we’ve all eaten dinner and looking forward to moving to 14 Camp. Tomorrow morning we’re going to wake up early and get moving to beat the heat.

Stay tuned and we’ll get back at you tomorrow. Bye.

Photo: Brien Sheedy
Photo: Brien Sheedy

ALPINE ASCENTS BLOG

  • Ice Axes: Selecting a Size & Style

    An ice axe is a critical piece of mountain equipment. Not only does it need to be suited for the terrain you will be encountering on a given peak, but it also needs to be sized correctly. As with most gear, the array of choices can be overwhelming, so we are going to break down […]

  • Two silhouettes clink beverages in the early morning in view of the Andes Mountains.

    Expedition Mindset: When “Showing Up” Means More than Physically Arriving

    The anticipation and physical preparation have been exhausting. The iron has been pumped. You have been ripping up stair sets for breakfast. Every precious ounce of your kit is honed. But have you stretched your expedition mindset? An expedition is much more than the physical climb of a single mountain. For several weeks you will […]

  • Tents near Denali Base Camp.

    What to Expect: Denali Expeditions

    In this series, we break down what to expect at the start of our expeditions. Where will you stay? Are there any tips or tricks to make the trip begin more smoothly? Though a Denali expedition can last 20+ days, the first two days can set the tone for the rest of the journey. While […]

Partners & Accreditations

Alpine Ascents International is an authorized mountain guide service of Denali National Park and Preserve and Mount Rainier National Park.
© Copyright 2019 All Rights Reserved. Alpine Ascents International