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Camp 1

Hello Everyone, Today we left Basecamp at 2:30am headed for Camp 1. We made good time for our first time to Camp 1 through the Khumbu Icefall taking around 7 hours for most of the team. We relaxed in Camp 1 the rest of the day and are now heading off to bed. We will … Continue reading “Camp 1”

Route check and hike

Hello Everyone, This morning at 3am is 3 guides headed up the Khumbu Icefall to Camp 1 to carry some of our personal gear and to also familiarize ourselves with the route before we take the team in another day on the 22nd. The Icefall doctors who set the route through the Icefall have done … Continue reading “Route check and hike”

Dry run into the Khumbu Icefall

Hello Everyone, We have been prepping each day towards getting ready for our first rotation up the mountain and we are finally just about ready. Today, after breakfast we went into the Khumbu Icefall for our first dry run. The team really did do very well and could tell that our few days of review … Continue reading “Dry run into the Khumbu Icefall”

Dry run into the Khumbu Icefall

Hello Everyone, We have been prepping each day towards getting ready for our first rotation up the mountain and we are finally just about ready. Today, after breakfast we went into the Khumbu Icefall for our first dry run. The team really did do very well and could tell that our few days of review … Continue reading “Dry run into the Khumbu Icefall”

Everest 2019 Staff Portraits

Everest 2019 Staff Portraits

Everest 2019 Staff Portraits

Everest 2019 Staff Portraits

Everest 2019 Staff Portraits

Everest 2019 Staff Portraits

ALPINE ASCENTS BLOG

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    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 […]

  • 3-Day Rainier Climb: Lunchtime

    So you’ve signed up for our 3-day climb of Mount Rainier, but are wondering what to pack for lunch each day. While we provide delicious, masterfully prepared, real-ingredient meals for breakfast and dinner, you’re right to take extra time to consider your snacks (known as “lunch” in the frontcountry!). Calories are fuel, and are almost […]

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