On a climb led by OSAT founder Jim Hinkhouse. Others on the trip included Charlie A, Greg A, Dick W, and one other I can't recall. I remember it was a fabulous summit day, but very windy on top. We all got back to the camp and discovered that, having climbed in our shorts, we were all sunburned on the back of our knees!
Had to turn back around 9,200 feet due to dangerous crevasses. The weather was so warm that you couldn't tell when you were on solid snow, or on a snow bridge. still, it was a fun climb while it lasted.
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