Roger Robinson – Denali National Park’s Clean Climb Program

Watch Roger Robinson’s presentation below:

Roger Robinson
Denali National Park’s Clean Climb Program.
An historical review of mountaineering education, climber management, and removal of all kinds of waste over the past 50 years. Lessons learned and the final outcome of what is working well including the Clean Mountain Can project. All climber human waste is transported safely with these unique containers.

In addition, new research on vermicomposting climbers’ waste will also be discussed. Roger Robinson has been a Mountaineering Ranger with Denali National Park since 1980. He began in earnest on self-supported cleanup climbs on Denali starting in 1975. He has led Denali’s Clean Climb efforts and continues this passion to the present.

View Roger’s slides below: