Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - Ten University of Alaska Southeast (UAS) Outdoor Studies students and two instructors participated in a ten-day expedition to the Juneau Icefield earlier this month.
After weathering a storm early on, the group enjoyed ideal spring glacier conditions, climbing, and skiing a variety of peaks on and around the Taku Range, including the named mountains Snowdrift, Rhino, and Emperor.
The course, ODS 245, is a major requirement for ODS programming. Outings like this can only occur with the support of the UAS and Juneau-Douglas community. Specifically, we thank the UAS School of Arts and Sciences, Temsco Helicopters, SheJumps Far North, Eaglecrest Ski Area, Gary Stambaugh, and Nolan Davis.
Names of everyone in the photo
From left, standing, Eric Main, Alyson Kenney, Taylor Bentley, John Goekermann, Kevin Krein, Gage Bowman, Sean Price, Tristan Buhler, Forest Wagner, Zoe Bolling, Trevor Layman, Adam Chavez. From left, kneeling, Jessica Whitney, Kieran Poulson Edwards.