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Bryce Hooper

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  • Andrew Kelly, Cole Papageorge, Fischer Robinson, Chris Hachtman, and Bryce Hooper

    (From left) Andrew Kelly, Cole Papageorge, Fischer Robinson, Chris Hachtman, and Bryce Hooper pose for a picture atop the helipad that made for their first campsite before setting up their tents for the night. (Photo: Davis Beasley)

    From: Beyond Malibu: Stratford Student Trip
  • C.J. Kight, Ben Sullivan, Chris Hachtman, Andrew Kelly, Tanner Jones and Bryce Hooper

    C.J. Kight, Ben Sullivan, Chris Hachtman, Andrew Kelly, Tanner Jones and Bryce Hooper celebrate a hard day of hiking and reaching the Peanut Rock campsite. At campsites, the group set up tents, had quiet time to read a passage of the Bible and reflect on the day, eat dinner and tell life stories. (Photo: Davis Beasley)

    From: Beyond Malibu: Stratford Student Trip
  • Group shot

    The group together before spending the night at Peanut Rock. That night was the groups “Overnight Solo,” where they each went their separate ways and slept on their own under the stars. (Top row, from left): Andrew Kelly, Tanner Jones, Davis Beasley, Charlie Howell, Will Odom, Ben Sullivan, C.J. Kight, Chris Hachtman, Cole Papageorge. (Bottom row, from left) Bryce Hooper, Fischer Robinson, Scott Kennedy. (Photo: Davis Beasley)

    From: Beyond Malibu: Stratford Student Trip
  • Whiteout

    On the way up to the summit, it was the worst whiteout that Lucas Onan had ever seen in his two years of guiding. With only about 30 feet of visibility, he had to navigate the whole group based almost entirely on compass bearings. “On the way to the summit it was hard because you couldn’t see anything and I was hungry and I actually got into a little bit of a trance on the way up there,” Bryce Hooper said. (Photo: Davis Beasley)

    From: Beyond Malibu: Stratford Student Trip
  • Chris Hachtman, Cole Papageorge and Bryce Hooper celebrate upon reaching the summit.

    Chris Hachtman, Cole Papageorge and Bryce Hooper celebrate upon reaching the summit. At 8,303 feet high, Mt. Albert is the highest of the mountains that campers at Beyond Malibu can climb. Because of the whiteout, getting to the summit took longer than expected. (Photo: Davis Beasley)

    From: Beyond Malibu: Stratford Student Trip
  • Selfie on the summit

    Fischer Robinson, Scott Kennedy, Bryce Hooper and C.J. Kight jump in a selfie with Davis Beasley on the summit. “I liked how on the summit we were kind of off on our own, you couldn’t see anything," Charlie Howell said. "It was kind of an island in the clouds, and it was cool to be with all of our friends and be up there and feel like there was no one else in the world." (Photo: Davis Beasley)

    From: Beyond Malibu: Stratford Student Trip