Mount Hunter View from our Tent

Post by blogger | June 1, 2010      

Louie and I are napping but got woken up by some arrivals near our tent. I leaned out and noticed Mount Hunter peaking out of the clouds. Noble.

Mount Hunter from Kahiltna Glacier camp.

Mount Hunter from Kahiltna Glacier camp.


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7 Responses to “Mount Hunter View from our Tent”

  1. kathy, paul, cara, katie, cory June 1st, 2010 10:30 am

    Happy Birthday Louie! Wishing you a safe travels as you turn 20. We are watching your journey daily-what an adventure for all of you. Love all the Spielers

  2. CDawson June 1st, 2010 10:58 am

    DITTO, Happy B-day to Louie, we are all with you in spirit.
    Good luck to you and all your team members!!

  3. Jason C June 1st, 2010 2:02 pm

    Happy Birthday to Louie! Good luck with the rest of the climb. I’ll be checking the blog.

  4. Mark W June 1st, 2010 3:05 pm

    What a great peak in a sea of them.

  5. Matt Kinney June 1st, 2010 3:41 pm

    Napping on a sunny day..or is it actually 4am… :sleeping:

    BTW ,,,,the Anchorage Museum of Art has an exhibit of 40 AK photo’s from the B. Washburn collection on display beginning yesterday. (his first photos of Alaska were from his studio in Valdez in 1936) Might be worth checking out once you are done with your mission.

    Be safe and ski hard..Good luck

  6. Al F. June 1st, 2010 7:38 pm

    Good Luck Lou and Louie. Looks great up there, hope you get good weather. Hope to try my set up you helped me with on the Pass this weekend, but I would rather be trying it up there. Be safe.

  7. skibrendan June 2nd, 2010 9:29 am

    WOW! That looks so beautiful and also a little intimidating! Sends shivers up my spine all the way in Colorado.
    Hoping Your Team has a Safe and great adventure!

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