Lonnie Dupre reaches 14,200 feet on Denali

14.2 camp_Photo from oneworldendeavors.com
14.2 camp_Photo from oneworldendeavors.com

Grand Marais explorer Lonnie Dupre’s website reported Wednesday morning that after “another wonderful day on Denali,” he arrived at his camp at 14,200 feet  early Tuesdayevening.

Dupre is attempting to become the first solo climber to scale Denali in the winter.

One World Endeavors reported Dupre had a good rest after Monday’s long day of climbing. After arriving at the new camp, he immediately got to work on building his “deluxe” snow cave. The cave is large enough to hold most of his gear.

Tuesday night’s menu for today’s dinner included potatoes and peas.

Dupre’s adventure can be followed at www.oneworldendeavors.com.


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