American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

North America, United States, Alaska, Denali National Park, Mt. McKinley, Father and Sons Wall, Extraterrestrial BrOthers; Mt. Hunter, Moonflower Buttress; Mini-Moonflower, Kiss Me Where the Sun Don't Shine

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  • Publication Year: 2002

Mt. McKinley, Father and Sons Wall, Extraterrestrial Brothers; Mt. Hunter, Moonflower Buttress; Mini-Moonflower, Kiss Me Where the Sun Don’t Shine. British climbers Kenton Cool and Ian Parnell established Extraterrestrial Brothers (Alaskan Grade 5/6, Scottish VII) in early June on Mt. McKinleys Father and Sons Wall, in a 46-hour round trip from the 14,200-foot camp on the West Buttress. In May they also established Kiss Me Where the Sun Don’t Shine (Scottish VII) on the Mini-Moonflower, and repeated Mt. Hunters Moonflower Buttress. A full account appears earlier in this journal.

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