June 27-29 3day Climb checks in

Lead guide Seth Timpano just called in from a windy Camp Muir. The group got pretty wet on the hike up to Muir yesterday, but everyone made it safely and is doing well. They are psyched to see the sun starting to peak out this morning, and hope to dry out as the day continues. Due to heavy snowfall over the past few days, IMG and Alpine Ascents guides are working to dig out and re-set up high camp at Ingraham Flats. After snow school this morning the team will rope up and move in to the tents at the Flats, in preparation for a summit attempt during the early hours tomorrow.

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