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A massive 5,000-foot avalanche off Mt. Hunter consumes a smaller peak ...
A massive 5,000-foot avalanche off Mt. Hunter consumes a smaller peak between it and Kahiltna Base Camp, sparing the camp a direct blast.
Credit: Joseph Puryear

A massive 5,000-foot avalanche off Mt. Hunter consumes a smaller peak between it and Kahiltna Base Camp, sparing the camp a direct blast.

Credit: Joseph Puryear
 
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thetennisguy

Mountain climber
Yuba City, CA
  Dec 31, 2009 - 10:12pm PT
Awesome!! Thanks for posting this!!
rurprider

Trad climber
Mt. Rubidoux
  Nov 2, 2010 - 08:55pm PT
Awesome photo, but regardless of the size it's unlikely to threaten Kahiltna Base camp. Kahilta Base has been positioned to avoid such events. If it was at risk it would have been repositioned years ago.
Byrner

Mountain climber
Berkeley, CA
  Dec 30, 2010 - 06:52pm PT
Wow! Incredible. Thanks for posting such an amazing photo.
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