Mount Dundas

The distinctive Mt. Dundas was a popular destination during the brief summer in Thule. Carved from the landscape by ancient glaciers, the thousand foot high pile of rocks offers a spectacular view of the confluence of three huge glaciers. I’d love to see the place now, although it might be depressing to see how far the ice has receded.

3 comments

  • JAMES SCHERER

    I WAS IN THULE APRIL 2009 TO MAY 2010, AT THE TRACKING STATION THERE. i AM NOW IN DIEGO GARCIA JUST FINISHING UP A PDM HERE AT THE TRACKING STATION. I WAS ALSO AT INDI FROM JAN 1980 TO APRIL 1991. WHAT WHERE YOU DOING AT THULE AND DIEGO GARCIA?

  • ROBERT WROBLEWSKI

    JAMES, I WAS THE NCOIC OF THE EMERGENCY ROOM AND AIR FORCE CLINIC AT THE HOSPITAL FROM JULY 1969 THRU JULY 1970. I WAS THERE AT THE TIME WE LANDED ON THE MOON. STILL REMEMBER IT LIKE IF IT WAS YESTERDAY. I HAVE MANY PHOTOS AND MOVIES OF THAT TIME INCLUDING MOVIES OF CLIMBING DUNDAS MT AT 0100 HRS.. WHERE CAN I DOWN LOAD THEM SO PEOPLE CAN SEE THEM? I HAVE A FRIEND HERE IN CHICAGO BY THE NAME OF BOB SCHERER.

  • Henry Biggs

    I was in Thule June 21, 1977 to December 21, 1977. I workedboth Utilities and Supplies at J site. I did get to spend 10 days on P mountain. Room was on second floor of Building 97

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