Chris called in the team report today, and unfortunately the call was cut short, but he was able to communicate that the team took a rest day at beautiful 14 Camp.

Mount Foraker

Looking south across the 14,200′ camp. Mount Foraker (17,402′), the second tallest peak in the Alaska Range, dominates the horizon.


Here’s Chris:



  1. You sound so strong and in good spirits!!! So stoked with the progress the team is making. Can’t wait to hear more from you. <3 you brother.

  2. Hey Chris, it was good to hear your voice and as Caitlin mentioned, you sound like you’re enjoying the adventure. Great progress so far and we hope you have good weather ahead as you head higher up the mountain. We love getting the trip reports from the team members!!
    Roger & Barbara

  3. Chris, so excited to know you are doing well. I continue to say prayers and send positive thoughts for a successful climb and safe return home.


  4. Hei kjære Anne,
    Dette virker som om gΓ₯r veldig bra. Jeg hΓΈrer at dere ligger godt an. Spis mye og hold deg varm. Dette klarer du – tΓΈff i hodet og i kroppen. Begynner Γ₯ bli hΓΈyt nΓ₯. Vi heier pΓ₯ deg. Jentene skal i dag hos Trude planlegge ny kosetur for oss til hyggelige, lave fjellomrΓ₯der i Europa. Regner med at du begynne rΓ₯ bli sliten nΓ₯ men det er vel som forventet, hold ut. Klem Torill

  5. hallo,grosser, i hope you
    managed bivaque well at the altitude of mt.blanc. as the summit storm must be close hopefully wheather conditions will befavorable to all of you. our best wishes will be with you swhen you start for the final approach. horst and vera

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