Mount McKinley

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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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The team followed with summits on Africa's Mount Kilimanjaro in 2006, South America's Mount Aconcagua in 2007, Mount McKinley in North America in 2008, Mount Vinson in Antarctica in 2010, and Australia's Mount Kosciuszko in 2011, before they scaled Mount Everest's 29,035 feet this year.
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Visitors taking advantage of the new route in 2013 can join in the celebrations of the 100th anniversary of the first ascent of America's highest mountain, Mount McKinley.
He next plans to climb Alaska's Mount McKinley later in 2012, before tackling the North Pole in February 2013 and the South Pole in October 2014, to join the elite group ' thought to be 20 to 25 people - who have managed to complete the Grand Slam.