Tag: Mount Vinson

Team Last 2 Buys Beer Begins Post-Summit Descent

Team Last 2 Buys Beer Checks In From High Camp

Hello there friends family and loved ones. This is Team Last 2 Buys Beer calling in from High Camp at 12,500 feet and it’s been a very good day. Team pulled together remarkably. We had clean weather so even though we started out in the fog as we got higher the sun burst out and […]

Team Last 2 Buys Beer Takes A Rest Day

Team Last 2 Buys Beer Moves Gear Up the Mountain

Team Last 2 Buys Beer Works On Skills

Team Last 2 Buys Beer Arrives at Camp 1

Team Last 2 Buys Beer Prepares to Leave Base Camp

Vinson Team Last 2 Buys Beer Arrives at Base Camp

Vinson: Team V5 back in Punta Arenas

Hello friends and family, this is Jangbu and Ari reporting for Alpine Ascents Vinson V5 team. The team made it back to civilization at Punta Arenas this morning. We had an early morning flight from Union Glacier Camp to Punta … Continue reading

Vinson: Team V5 Prepares to Fly Back to Punta Arenas

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  • CASCADES CONDITIONS REPORT 6/19/24

    Greeting follow climbers! This past week has showcased truly classic Pacific Northwest weather with a mixture of sunshine and rain showers (or snow showers in the mountains).  When the weather has allowed teams have been reaching the summit of peaks from the southern part of Washington (Mt Adams) to the northern part of the state […]

  • CASCADES CONDITIONS REPORT 6/12/2024

    Greeting follow climbers! Summer has arrived to the Pacific Northwest! With the recent long periods of sunny weather, teams all over the state have been climbing and getting out enjoying the mountains. Teams have been reaching the top of peaks across the region, from deep in the North Cascades to alpine rock routes to Mt […]

  • CASCADES CONDITIONS REPORT 6/05/24

    Greetings follow climbers! Sunny skies have returned in the PNW today (Wednesday, June 5th) after a several days of stormy weather.  Earlier this week, two stacked atmospheric rivers impacted Washington and the Cascades, heavily producing precipitation and strong winds across the state. The Paradise snotel site picked up over 4” of water and the snotel […]

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