Tag: Logan 2011

A picture of former Coquitlam SAR member, current Canadian Forces SAR Tech Cpl Mike Neilson, still wearing his team-issue orange Gore-Tex jacket and holding the Coquitlam SAR flag at 4800m on Mount Logan

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We got an update on the details from Logan yesterday, Josh, the organizer of the trip, called Rollie, another team member. In Rollie`s words: I just got a call from Josh. The Logan crew has returned to Haines Junction, Yukon. …

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I just got an update from the team’s SPOT device, and they are back at base camp. In a short communication with one of the team members family, I was told that everyone is OK and they will be flying …

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I just got another update from the Mount Logan party’s SPOT messenger. From their coordinates it ‘s clear they have reached Camp 3, also known as the Football field. This is at about 4850M (15,900 ft.), which they reached after …

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The Mount Logan team sent me a SPOT message today that places them at approximately 4000m (13,500 ft) in the King Col, sometimes known as Camp 2. I got a message mid-week that put them at Camp 1 just a …

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I just got this location from the team`s SPOT messenger. It appears that after waiting for a weather break for more than a week at the airport, they have managed to get flown in today. More updates when I get …

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A small update on our team members climbing Mount Logan. On the weekend we heard that they had a two day weather delay for flying in. They spent the weekend waiting in Kluane. This season some of the other groups …

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Two members of my SAR Team are climbing Mount Logan via the King’s Trench route this year. They are part of a team of four. I’m mentioning this on my blog because I’m one of their SPOT contacts, so any …

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