Dave Hahn—who had summited Everest 15 times—checks in en route to Nepal with a report about what he has planned for Everest season.
Eddie Bauer superguide Dave Hahn returns safely from Denali with a 21st successful summit out of 30 lifetime attempts and shares his images from another long walk up America’s tallest peak.
Dave Hahn, who has tallied 14 summits of Everest, the record for any non-Sherpa, provides his concise report on what the mountain means.
We don’t hear from Dave Hahn often. But in this dispatch the hardest working man in the guiding business checks in on the return from his 29th trip to Denali.
December 11, 2009 Drake Passage, one day out of Ushuaia By Dave Hahn The final days along the Antarctic Peninsula were stunningly beautiful. True to our plan, the team got to make an actual landing on the continent at Neko Harbour.
December 7, 2009 Danco Island, Antarctic Peninsula S 64˚ 43′ W 62˚ 35′ By Dave Hahn Those stormy and idle days at sea are now a distant memory. We’ve kept up a fairly aggressive schedule of landings and visits to various islands in the last few days
December 5, 2009 Bransfield Strait, South Shetland Islands S 62˚ 04′ W 57˚ 22′ By Dave Hahn Storms have been battering Clelia II for several days, wreaking havoc on the planned itinerary.