P 12,200, Lowell Glacier, St. Elias Mountains. In August, 1974 Mike Price, Randy Hargesheimer, Dave Lawrence, Matt Kerr, Cheryl Soshnik and I left the Alaska Highway and spent ten days trekking up Slims River and the Kaskawulsh Glacier. We climbed P 12,200, whose summit forms a triple divide for the Kaskawulsh, Lowell and Hubbard Glaciers, nine miles northwest of Alverstone. (First ascent by Victor Josendahl, Irena and John Meulemans, Robert Booher and Leigh Clark, 1961.— Editor.) Our route followed the ridge on the north-northeast side of the mountain from camp in the valley to the east.
Andrew Knapp, Minnesota Rovers Outing Club