Fans of Jon Krakauer, Cheryl Strayed, and Alfred Lansing will love this book.
What are you willing to risk for your dreams?
Lost near lethal crevasses and cliffs in a blinding whiteout blizzard is the last place anyone would want to be…
Windy Corner on Denali has claimed lives, fingers, and toes. What would make someone brave lethal weather, crevasses, and slick ice to attempt to summit North America’s highest mountain? Denali has claimed over one hundred lives. It seems like the place for risky adrenaline seekers.
In this book, the author shares the lessons Denali teaches on managing goals and risks. Everyone takes chances at some time in their lives, even if it’s driving down the highway. Becoming a risk manager rather than a risk taker is what will keep you alive during difficult times.
“The long grind will sap your spirit. Do what is necessary to keep yourself going despite the discomfort.”
Experience the cold, solitude, and uncertainty of life on high mountains. Use the free achievement guide in the back of the book to start your quest for success today. Apply the message, build resilience, and overcome adversities in your life.
Get your copy and start your life today!
Aaron Linsdau is the author of:
- Adventure Expedition One, #1 Amazon bestseller (Feb 2019)
- Antarctic Tears, #1 Amazon bestseller (June 2015)
- 2024 Total Eclipse Guide Series
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About the Author
He is an Eagle Scout, is a National Eagle Scout Association Outstanding Eagle Scout, holds a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering and a master's degree in computational science.
Aaron wrote Antarctic Tears and the Total Eclipse Guide series. This set of books focuses on the August 21, 2017 total eclipse across America. Each book is specific to a state or location.
Aaron is an international motivational speaker, polar explorer, the author of Antarctic Tears and an award-winning photographer. Book Aaron for your next speaking engagement or keynote address. He speaks about grit, courage, attitude, perseverance, and resilience.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Alaska
Chapter 2: Final Training: May 1, 2016
Chapter 3: From Jackson to Talkeetna
Chapter 4: May 10, Green trees to white glacier
Chapter 5: May 11, 7.9k camp to 9k camp Whiteout
Chapter 6: May 12, Side wind to 11k
Chapter 7: May 13, First day above 10,000 feet
Chapter 8: May 14, Lost at Windy Corner
Chapter 9: May 15, Sauna
Chapter 10: May 16, 11k to 13.2k camp
Chapter 11: May 17, Move from Camp 13.2k to 14.2k Japanese team
Chapter 12: May 18, 2016, Rest day at 14k camp
Chapter13: May 19, 2016, The High Day
Chapter 14: May 20, 2016, Arctic Blizzard
Chapter 15: May 21, 2016, Deep snow
Chapter 16: May 22, 2016, Getting Out
Chapter 17: May 23, 2016, Blind hike from 11k to base camp
Chapter 18: May 24, 2016, Returning to civilization
Chapter 19: Talkeetna Personal Vision