A Brocken spectre is the apparently enormous and magnified shadow of an observer, cast upon the upper surfaces of clouds opposite the sun.

Photo by Wayne Todd.

The Bomber hut, built in 1990, it is part of the Bomber Traverse, but can also be utilized as an overnight destination.

Photo by Seth Weingarten.

St. Elias mountains from Mt Bear area. St. Elias National Park.

Photo by Wayne Todd.

Hans Hut sits along the aptly named Whiteout Glacier.

Photo by Travis Taylor.

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MCA Training   >   Rock Climbing School

The Training Committee plans to put together rock climbing training again this summer. We will likely have evening clinics covering different climbing skills and hope to have a weekend of climbing training in Hatcher Pass or the Purinton Creek area.

If you're ever faced with a situation where the anchor looks crummy but you rap off it anyways - maybe you should take the MCA anchor class. Photo © Billy Finley MCA Anchor Class Summer 2010. Photo © Dean Carman MCA Anchor Class Summer 2010. Photo © Dean Carman MCA Anchor Class Summer 2010. Watch those angles. Photo © Dean Carman
MCA Anchor Class Summer 2010. Photo © Dean Carman MCA Anchor Class Summer 2010. Hamming for the camera. Photo © Dean Carman Dean Carmen demonstrates rope clipping finesse. Photo © Wayne Todd Tim Silvers orates rock climbing etiquette. Photo © Wayne Todd
Tim Silvers demonstrates anchors and rappeling. Photo © Wayne Todd




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