From Keith Liebhauser:
"We made it!
At 6:15am February 20th, Tammie and I stood on top of the tallest free standing mountain in the world. 19,341’
It snowed as we made it to base camp at 16,000’, continued to snow till early morning so we (our guide and us) were breaking trail for most the way up. We were first to Stella Point and second to the peak behind a guide and soloist from Italy. Peak temperature was -10C (14*f) before wind chill. Total ascent time 5hrs 30 minutes.
7 days, hiked through 5 climate zones, over 14,000 vertical, 54.7 miles on the trail."