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Jay Kerr

Alaska Trip Reports

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Hi --

 

New to the board. I've posed a couple of trip reports on superTopo.com on some climbing we did in the late 70s and early 80s in the Alaska Range. Is there any interest here in historical TRs? These involve routes on Rooster Comb and Mt. Huntington, as well as ski-in/ski-out approaches.

 

If there is interest I'll post them here, rather than cross-post.

 

EastRidge.jpg

Jay Kerr at Camp 2, East Ridge Mt. Huntington, 2nd ascent, 1980

Photo by Scott Wollums

 

Later

 

jk

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Jay-

Mark W here. Welcome! Folks here will be very psyched to read your inspiring reports- by all means post them up!

 

 

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Keep em coming Jay! Some of the most inspiring and entertaining posts I have seen on here.

Thank you for sharing. I look forward to more!

Tyson

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Jay, got your support messages. Fixed your name. Made the TR system allow reports further back then 10 years ago. Thanks again for posting these gems!

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hellz yeah...without a book deal so many counts of these epic trips get lost and never shared to the masses...thank you interweb and thank you Jay

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