Disabled war veterans’ climb of Denali cut short by weather

A group of five disabled war veterans failed in their attempt to climb Denali, the highest peak in North America. The climbers, four of which were amputees, only failed because of poor weather. After being stranded by weather for more than a week above 14,000 feet, they simply ran out of supplies and had to abort the climb.

A very noble effort and a great example of the great feats that can be accomplished through the use of prosthetics.