Tag: Mount Vinson

Vinson 2019 – First Team still Hanging Tight at Union Glacier

https://alpineascentsvinson.files.wordpress.com/2019/12/audio-post-2019-12-19-02-17-20.mp3

Vinson 2019 – First Team Waiting Patiently for Weather to Fly Out of Union Glacier

https://alpineascentsvinson.files.wordpress.com/2019/12/audio-post-2019-12-17-04-08-49.mp3

Vinson 2019 – First Team Wraps up an Excellent Expedition!

https://alpineascentsvinson.files.wordpress.com/2019/12/audio-post-2019-12-15-16-16-57.mp3

Vinson 2019 First Team Reaches the Top of Antarctica!

https://alpineascentsvinson.files.wordpress.com/2019/12/audio-post-2019-12-14-00-23-18.mp3

Vinson 2019 First Team Prepares for Summit Bid Tomorrow

https://alpineascentsvinson.files.wordpress.com/2019/12/audio-post-2019-12-13-00-55-02.mp3

Vinson 2019 First Team Climbs up to High Camp in Perfect Weather

https://alpineascentsvinson.files.wordpress.com/2019/12/audio-post-2019-12-12-03-56-10.mp3

Vinson 2019 First Team takes Rest Day at Low Camp

https://alpineascentsvinson.files.wordpress.com/2019/12/audio-post-2019-12-11-01-31-54.mp3

Vinson 2019 First Team Up to Low Camp at 9,000′

https://alpineascentsvinson.files.wordpress.com/2019/12/audio-post-2019-12-10-00-02-58.mp3

Vinson 2019 First Team Flies from Union Glacier to Vinson Basecamp

https://alpineascentsvinson.files.wordpress.com/2019/12/audio-post-2019-12-08-00-40-10.mp3

Vinson Team Shackleton’s Revenge Signing Off!

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