Tag: Alaska

Denali Team #12 (Lost in Translation) made it to 14,000′ Camp

Denali Team #12 (Lost in Translation) moved cache up around windy corner

Denali Team #11 enjoyed their rest day, is preparing to bring cache up the fixed lines tomorrow

Denali Team #11 is up to Camp 3!

Denali Team #12 (Lost in Translation) now has all their equipment at 11,000′ camp

Denali Team #10 (Puddin) enjoyed their rest day

Denali Team #11 ready to move from Camp 2 to Camp 3

Denali Team #12 (Lost in Translation) moved many nationalities to 11,000′ camp

Denali Team #10 (Puddin) brought rest of gear to 14,000′, practiced fixed lines

Denali Team #10 (Puddin) ready to spend some time at 14,000′

Denali BLOG

  • Denali Webinar

    Dominating the already immense landscape of the Alaska Range, Denali “The Great One ” is the tallest mountain in North America, rising a lofty 20,310’ above Denali National Park.  Mountaineers flock from across the globe to test their strength and climbing prowess on this ultimate alpine test piece.  If you have Denali on your list […]

  • Denali: A Photo Essay

    by Brooke Warren Denali “The High One” is the third highest of the seven summits, right behind Everest and Aconcagua, at 20,310 feet. It is an “ultra-prominent” peak with soaring vertical relief of 18,000 feet, greater even than Mount Everest (a mere 12,000′ of vertical relief) when measured from its 2,000-foot lowlands to its lofty […]

  • Dear Alpine Ascents: Insulating Ice Axe Handles?

    Hey Alpine, I’m headed up to Denali this May (!!!!) and I heard that climbers insulate their ice axes? Interesting… What’s the rationale and how do I do it? Thanks in advance and see you in Talkeetna! Sincerely, Seeking Toasty Mitts Hi Toast Mitts, Thanks for reaching out and stoked you’re headed up to the […]

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