Mt. McKinley (Denali)

Mt. McKinley (Denali)

You have never seen the top of North American until you have seen the top of Mt. McKinley. The greatest challenge in North America is waiting for you with the help of International Sherpa Guides. As a part of our Seven Summits program, you can see the highest peaks of every continent on the globe and become a member of a small club of adventurers that only a brave few are willing to join. Climbing Mt. McKinley is a goal for most climbers, and now it is easier than ever when you sign up for our 16 day Mt. McKinley expedition!

You have never seen the top of North American until you have seen the top of Mt. McKinley. The greatest challenge in North America is waiting for you with the help of International Sherpa Guides. As a part of our Seven Summits program, you can see the highest peaks of every continent on the globe and become a member of a small club of adventurers that only a brave few are willing to join. Climbing Mt. McKinley is a goal for most climbers, and now it is easier than ever when you sign up for our 16 day Mt. McKinley expedition! The harsh Denali climate increases the difficulty of the Mt. McKinley expedition. But don’t let that sway you. Our expert guides are prepared to show you how to navigate the tallest peak on the continent. If you are looking for exhilarating Alaska travel adventures, then book your next trip with ISG. Despite extreme temperatures and the threat of storms, this mountain offers an amazing climbing experience. No other mountain has greater relief: Denali sits 17,000 feet above the plain from which it rises. From the landing point where our expedition begins, we will climb 13,000 feet to the summit. Climbing Mt. McKinley is not an easy task. Intermediate to advanced climbing skills are required and climbers are expected to be in great physical condition. If you are in search of exciting Alaska travel adventures, book with International Sherpa Guides today!

Mt. McKinley (Denali) – Brief Itinerary

Day 0 -The flight in to the Kahiltna glacier
Day 1 – Caching supplies at the 7,800′ camp
Day 2 – Moving to the 11,000′ camp
Day 3 – Retrieving the cache/rest day
Day 4 – Retrieving the cache/rest day
Day 5 – Carrying a cache to 13,500′
Day 6 – Storm day
Day 7 – Moving to the 14,200′ camp
Day 8 – Retrieving the cache
Day 9 – Acclimation day
Day 10 – Caching supplies at 16,000′
Day 11 – Moving to High Camp
Day 12 – Summit day
Day 13 – Descending to the 14,200′ camp
Day 14 – Storm day
Day 15 – Descending to base camp
Day 16 – leaving

Expedition Cost: $5,500

TRIP FACTS

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