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TheNumberNine

Disaster on Denali

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sad.

 

lucky that 3 people lived though. -20F with high winds at altitude and someone in the crew with a broken leg is a very bad situation.

 

These conditions are not unheard of in june also.

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Maybe for this year, but I always prefer May as the weather seems more stable on average. A little colder yes, but I went up and down in mid-May in 13 days without a single weather day. Just is something that cannot be controlled.

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