An international team of scientists will attempt to climb Mount Rainier this fall, but the summit is more than 10,000 feet higher than expected.
The new elevation, the highest in the continental United States, is about 5,000 above sea level and will be reached by the first week of October.
That’s when the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will begin clearing the mountain of debris and construction sites.
The National Park Service has already cleared the summit of debris.
The goal is to raise the summit to 5,300 feet above sea-level and then to 5.5 million feet.
That would be the highest elevation in the contiguous United States.
The process is called seismic uplift and it is a new approach to re-establish a foothold on the world’s highest peak.
The team is aiming to make the climb by mid-December.
The park service has not released the route plan, but in January it proposed that the team start on the base of the Mount Rainiest ridge in the eastern part of the park.
In March, it was said to be starting on the southern flank of the ridge.
The new route plan said to begin at the base.
In August, the USGS said it was planning to start the climb in December.
But the plan has been criticized by some scientists and mountaineers.
For example, scientists have said that the route proposed for the Mount is too steep, and that the elevation is too high.
The White House has also said the route is not suitable for the summit, and in March the US National Park Council said that if the plan were to be approved, it would require a “significant change to the existing route.”
The proposed route plan does not specify how the route will be set up and cleared, or how much the route would cost.
The project is expected to cost $7 million, with the money going to the park service.
The U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees is also working to help mountaineering efforts.
It said in a statement on Thursday that the U,N.
“has been in contact with the US government to provide logistical and technical assistance to expedite the expeditions that the US team will undertake.
We are also providing support to the U.,N.
team with communications, legal, and logistical support.”