Mountain

Denali (6 195 m / 20 325 ft)

Parent Range: North American Cordillera
Activity type: Mountaineering, Hiking, Backcountry Skiing
Summit(s): South Summit (6 195 m /20 325 feet), North Summit (5 934 m /19 470 feet)
Elevation: 6 195 m / 20 325 ft
Cost of climbing: from$ 7 300
Image of Denali (6 195 m / 20 325 ft)
Credit: Sergey Kofanov

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Mountain Name(s):
Denali, Денали, Denali, Makinlija kalns, Makinlio kalnas, McKinley, McKinley Dağı, McKinley mendia, McKinleyfjall, Menez McKinley, Mont McKinley, Monte McKinley, Muntele McKinley, Mynydd McKinley, Núi McKinley, Çiyayê McKinley, Όρος ΜακΚίνλεϊ, Гара Мак-Кінлі, Мак-Кинли, Мак-Кінлі, Макинли, Маккинли, Մակ-Քինլի, הר מקינלי, جبل ماكنلي, مککنلی, مک‌کینلی, माउंट मॅककिन्ले, ম্যাকিন্‌লি পর্বত, மெக்கின்லி மலை, ยอดเขาแมกคินลีย์, მაკ-კინლი, ማኪንሌይ ተራራ, マッキンリー山, 丹奈利峰, 매킨리 산
Elevation:
6 195 m / 20 325 ft
Summit(s):
South Summit (6 195 m /20 325 feet), North Summit (5 934 m /19 470 feet)
Activity type:
Mountaineering, Hiking, Backcountry Skiing
Location:
North America, United States (USA): (Alaska)
Starting Point:
Parent Range:
Range:
First Ascent:
7/6/1913 Hudson Stack (USA), Harry Carstenz (USA), Walter Harper (USA), Robert Thetum (USA)
Geology:
Tectonic
Snow line:
1 800 m / 5 906 ft
Prominence:
6 144 m / 20 158 ft
Isolation:
7 450 m / 4 626 ft
Climbing Season(s):
15 Apr-15 Jul;
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North America, United States (USA): (Alaska)

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    Ascent to Mount McKinley (the highest point in North America) is an amazing experience of being in the world of snow, ice and polar sun. Communication with plenty of climbers reaching a common goal could be another benefit. The conditions are pretty difficult: living in tents in the middle of the deserted snowy expanses and glaciers around with a lot of crevasses, the temperature can plummet to minus 35 degrees. On the other hand there are several huge benefits - the polar day, the communication with plenty of climbers who are reaching a common goal and finally - the opportunity to reach the top of one from the Seven Summits List. In addition, only McKinley has combination of high-altitude expedition style and excellent infrastructure of the national park.
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    Mountaineers attempting a climb of Mount McKinley must register with the Walter Harper Talkeetna Ranger Station at least 60 days prior to their start date. The 60-day pre-registration regulation allows mountaineering rangers to have direct contact with climbers before they arrive in Talkeetna (conditions applied). You can fill application form and pay fee online by credit card via of Denali National Park and Preserve official web-site.
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    Denali's reputation as a highly coveted summit derives from its location near the Arctic Circle and the Pacific Ocean (Gulf of Alaska) giving it some of the most ferocious weather in the world. Because of its notorious weather and ease of access, some climbers use Denali as a training ground for climbing the   ... Read more
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Last update: Slava Shevtsov (27 Jun 2018) • History

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 Dmitry Sidorov 

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