We asked Brody about his climb ourselves
"Around 19,000 feet on Denali, the altitude started to slow me down dramatically. Of course I was looking for reasons to take breaks, so isn't setting my GoPro up, walking back down a bit, then walking back up to it a great excuse to stop climbing hard for a little bit? This was taken in the infrequently-climbed Orient Express on my way to the summit, only eight days after landing on the glacier over 15 miles and 12,000 feet below. I descended this route, as well. I spent most of the warm day in my thin 100% merino Terramar shirt."