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Endicott and Arrigetch

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Wassup Climber Peeps?


How U B??


I'm just wondering if any of you have gone into the Endicott Mountains or the Arrigetch Basin of the Alaskan Brooks Range. A friend and I are planning on flying up to Wiseman, Alaska (we live in Fairbanks) and doing a scrambly little number called Mt. Doonerak (Alaska Grade 1). There are several ways in and just wanting to learn any beta.


I also would like to do some climbs in the Arrigetch Basin which looks so awesome, but just a lot of flying into the area. Has anyone tackled these peaks...they look like some stellar climbs.


There may be a thread started, but I swear...I really did a search but I didn't find anything.


THANKS Brudda's and Sistah's. WORD.


-AK Marmot

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Look up Stan Justice in FBX. He's very active in the Alpine Club; he's been to the area and can hook you up with more information.

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