After six days of searching the Walsh Glacier in Yukon’s Kluane National Park for a decades-old cache of cameras, Griffin Post’s expedition team was ready to pack it in.
Half his crew had already flown out. Bad weather was about to set in. Time was ticking and the crew seemed no closer to finding the lost gear legendary mountaineer Bradford Washburn had stashed on the glacier 85 years before.
Then, on the last afternoon of the search, one of the team’s scientists came up with a new theory for where the gear could be.
“We literally had an hour before we were going
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