British Hub-Sew 1995
On arrival in the Mount Logan area of Canada, this team was surprised to find very little snow, but later over four metres fell in a single night. Hub-Sew (3,570m) looked unsafe throughout the expedition, so attention was turned to other peaks in the vicinity. A new route was climbed on Wood Peak (4,840m), which they called the 'Sinclair Spur' in memory of Mark Sinclair who was to have been a member of the team but was killed earlier in the year. Attempts on McArthur Peak (4,308m) and the E ridge of Mt Logan (6,050m) were abandoned owing to the weather.