Team 10/Team Less Worse reaches Denali Pass in beautiful, sunny weather and is having a great time

Hello there friends, family and loved ones, this is Team Less More, Alp 10 calling in, Less Worse, that’s what we are and we’re having a great time. We moved up today in beautiful, stellar weather, hard packed snow, and have pitched camp at about 3,000 meters, at a little over 9,000, almost 10,000 feet in Denali Pass on the Kahiltna Glacier.

Planning on moving gear and equipment up even higher tomorrow around to 11.2, our Camp 3. And if we continue getting this type of weather we’re going to have to worry about sunburn. So thanks for tuning in and finding out how well the team is doing, everybody is stoked for the most part and having a great time. Ta ta for now, see you tomorrow ciao ciao.


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