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Climbing the Revelations

Courtesy Clint Helander Vito Spoldi nears the top of the North Buttress of Mount Hunter in May of 2013.
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Courtesy Clint Helander Jason Stuckey traverses an exposed snow and ice face on the first ascent of Apocalypse Peak in April of 2013.
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Courtesy Clint Helander From left, Mike Taylor, Vito Spoldi and Clint Helander pose atop the 14,573-foot summit of Mount Hunter in May of 2013. The team climbed 73 hours round trip from base camp and slept for only about five hours during the climb.
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Courtesy Clint Helander Jason Stuckey prepares to leave the protected tent on the first ascent of Apocalypse Peak in the Revelation Mountains in April of 2013.
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Courtesy Clint Helander Jens Holsten and partners walk atop Mount Francis with the North Buttress of Mount Hunter in the background in May of 2013.
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Courtesy Clint Helander Jason Stuckey climbs a narrow ridge amid wind-whipped clouds near the virgin summit of Apocalypse Peak in April of 2013.
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Courtesy Clint Helander Jason Stuckey skis in the Revelation Mountains in April of 2013.
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Courtesy Clint Helander Vito Spoldi nears the top of the North Buttress of Mount Hunter in May of 2013.
Courtesy Clint Helander
Courtesy Clint Helander Jason Stuckey traverses an exposed snow and ice face on the first ascent of Apocalypse Peak in April of 2013.
Courtesy Clint Helander
Courtesy Clint Helander From left, Mike Taylor, Vito Spoldi and Clint Helander pose atop the 14,573-foot summit of Mount Hunter in May of 2013. The team climbed 73 hours round trip from base camp and slept for only about five hours during the climb.
Courtesy Clint Helander
Courtesy Clint Helander Jason Stuckey prepares to leave the protected tent on the first ascent of Apocalypse Peak in the Revelation Mountains in April of 2013.
Courtesy Clint Helander
Courtesy Clint Helander Jens Holsten and partners walk atop Mount Francis with the North Buttress of Mount Hunter in the background in May of 2013.
Courtesy Clint Helander
Courtesy Clint Helander Jason Stuckey climbs a narrow ridge amid wind-whipped clouds near the virgin summit of Apocalypse Peak in April of 2013.
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Courtesy Clint Helander Jason Stuckey skis in the Revelation Mountains in April of 2013.
Courtesy Clint Helander
Courtesy Clint Helander Vito Spoldi nears the top of the North Buttress of Mount Hunter in May of 2013.
Courtesy Clint Helander
Courtesy Clint Helander Jason Stuckey traverses an exposed snow and ice face on the first ascent of Apocalypse Peak in April of 2013.
Courtesy Clint Helander
Courtesy Clint Helander From left, Mike Taylor, Vito Spoldi and Clint Helander pose atop the 14,573-foot summit of Mount Hunter in May of 2013. The team climbed 73 hours round trip from base camp and slept for only about five hours during the climb.
Courtesy Clint Helander
Courtesy Clint Helander Jason Stuckey prepares to leave the protected tent on the first ascent of Apocalypse Peak in the Revelation Mountains in April of 2013.
Courtesy Clint Helander
Courtesy Clint Helander Jens Holsten and partners walk atop Mount Francis with the North Buttress of Mount Hunter in the background in May of 2013.
Courtesy Clint Helander
Courtesy Clint Helander Jason Stuckey climbs a narrow ridge amid wind-whipped clouds near the virgin summit of Apocalypse Peak in April of 2013.
Courtesy Clint Helander
Courtesy Clint Helander Jason Stuckey skis in the Revelation Mountains in April of 2013.
Courtesy Clint Helander
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