Lonnie Dupre reaches 11,200 feet on Denali

Grand Marais Arctic explorer Lonnie Dupre had a good day on Thursday in his solo attempt to scale Denali in winter.
 

The day began at top of Kahiltna just below 10,000 feet. Dupre reported a picture perfect day while it was snowing down here in Homer, Alaska where the support team is currently located.
 

His website reports that the weather was indeed very favorable for traveling. The temperature was  -15F and the wind at about 10mph out of west. He reports it was the day he’s been waiting for.
 

Dupre broke camp at 9:30am with plans to spend the night in a camp at 11,200 feet. He reported it was a hard slog but by 4:40 PM he had arrived and made camp. 

Dupre's adventure may be followed at www.oneworldendeavors.com .