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McKinley, Mount,

peak, Alaska: see DenaliDenali,
formerly Mount McKinley,
peak, 20,310 ft (6,190 m) high, S central Alaska, in the Alaska Range; highest point in North America. Permanent snowfields cover more than half the mountain and feed numerous glaciers.
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Guests spend two nights at Denali, providing more day time for viewing Alaskan wildlife on the Denali Tundra Wilderness Tour and seeing Mt.
Walls were moved to expand the "Great Room," and repairs and improvements were made to the 30-foot high climbing wall dedicated to Mark McLaughlin and Jerry Clark, Obsidians who died in 1967 while climbing Mt.
Enhanced with down-loadable materials for educators, closed captions, video descriptions for the visually impaired, access to the NOVA website, and scene selection, Deadly Ascent (58 minutes, full color, letterboxed) is very strongly recommended for all viewers intrigued with mountain climbing and exploration in general, and assaulting Mt.
In April 1940, he married the secretary he had personally appointed, and he recruited her for subsequent expeditions, the most notable being on Mt.
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Instead of spending time on the beach, Bass spent 13 days dragging himself up Mt.
The author of this site that describes a trip up Whitney doesn't have many sentimental reasons for scaling the tallest perch in our country, if not for Alaska and its famed Mt.
Weihenmayer allows readers entree into his doubts and deepest feelings as he draws them into the tricky maneuvers, the physical shocks, and the thrills of climbs that include Mt.
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