Category: Alaska Range

Mount Hess

Mount Hess | Hess Mountain This 11,940 foot glaciated summit is located on the crest of the Alaska Range in the Hayes Mountain Range. It is the seventh highest peak in the Hayes Range, with Mount Hayes as the highest at 13,832 feet (4,216 m). Mount Moffit stands as the second-highest in the Hayes Range, with Mount Shand third, Moby …

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Mount Deborah

Mount Deborah Standing as one of the prominent peaks in the Alaska Mountain Range, Mount Deborah has steep walls and daunting snow and ice features, making it a true challenge to climb. Mount Deborah stands near Mount Hess, and both are approximately 120 miles east of Denali (Mt. McKin­ley). The two peaks are located off the …

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Mount Foraker

Mount Foraker This 17,400-foot peak stands as the second highest in Alaska and the third highest in the United States. Mount Foraker is located about fourteen miles southwest of North America’s highest peak, Mount Denali, in Denali National Park. It is also close to Mount Hunter. The mountain was named after Ohio Senator Joseph B. Foraker. …

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Video: Denali 4K

DenaliTaylor Gray has just released a video showcasing the beauty of Denali in autumn, in a short film which is comprised completely of aerial footage shot outside of Denali National Park. “Autumn is one of the most beautiful times to visit Denali National Park,” says Gray, “Shades of red, yellow, and green cover the mountain …

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Denali

Denali (Mount McKinley) Denali sits as a splendid jewel in the center of Alaska’s Denali National Park and Preserve. It rises above the crystalline Wonder Lake, and sits next to Mt. Foraker in the Alaska Mountain Range. During the winter, the park receives a large number of visitors to take in the natural beauty and …

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