If you’re looking for a huge peak that presents a serious mountaineering challenge, look no further than Wyoming’s tallest mountain, Gannett Peak. Summit attempts on Gannett typically include at least 40 miles round trip and upwards of 9,000 feet of elevation gain. In this episode of IIAWT, Chris and Matt talk with special guest fills us in on what's involved in scaling such a remote mountain.
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