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Denali National Park is in the process of restoring the cabin/office of its first superintendent Henry P. “Harry” Karstens. Karstens built the cabin by hand in 1926. The park was established in 1917.
Don Simons, Interpreter for Mount Magazine State Park, is looking for old photos of Mount Magazine for a new book.
Mauna Kea recevied a dusting of light snow that was enough to cover it on June 14, 2016.
Mount Washington Observatory reports 1.8 inches for new snow on the summit on June 8-9 with winds sometimes hitting 100 mph. Mount Washington had 8.1 inches for the month in 1959 adn 5.1 inches fell in one day in 1988.
Austin360 has a very amusing tale of the tape on whether Everest or Guadalupe is better experience.
Guadalupe opened its summit trail on Thursday, June 2. Fire never endangered the summit.
Swiss Climbers Ueli Steck and David Goettler have found the body of Alex Lowe and his cameraman David Bridges on China’s Mount Shishapangma at the 5,900 meters (19,350 feet) level. Lowe a lengedary climber known as “Lungs With Legs” did … Continue reading
Pavel Michut, 45, fell his death while attempting to ski down Denali’s Messner Couloir it was reported on May 29, 20
Clingmans Dome is seeking public help to secure a $250,000 grant to repair the summit tower to repair the foundation built in 1959. This is through the Vote Your Park program.