(Last Updated On: November 19, 2009)
I thought I’d pass this link along, since it’s pretty amazing. It’s a 1980 ascent of the East Ridge of Huntington in Alaska, starting from a train whistlestop and covering huge expanses of glaciated terrain by skis. Looks like some great skiing in the area as well. Here’s the link, there are a lot of photos that take a long time to download, so be patient.
One of many spectacular photos:
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