In June of 2011, a team of disabled climbers traveled to Alaska to take on an unnamed peak in the Alaska Range, near the Upper Eldridge glacier. They were part of the Telluride Adaptive Sports Program (TASP) and the expedition was led by Mountain Trip guides. Their story is told in in the beautiful short film, made by a friend of mine, below. The film is roughly 20 minutes in length, but is well worth the a watch.
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