The Duluth News Tribune says Lonnie Dupre spent two days huddled in a snow cave because of poor visibility. As of Monday, he was back to scaling the 20,320-foot mountain, the tallest in North America. He's attempting to become the first person to reach the peak alone in January.
Low visibility hampers Grand Marais climber on Denali
Lonnie Dupre hopes to continue his climb Wednesday if he can see at least 100 feet in front of him. The adventurer is trying to become the first person to climb North America's tallest mountain -- alone -- in January. He tried last year but had to stop at 17,200 feet because of the bad weather.