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Denali

Denali means ‘the tall one’ in Koyukon (an Athabascan language), and that’s putting it mildly! At an altitude of 6,190 m, Denali, formerly Mount McKinley, is the tallest mountain in North America. Hardly ever climbed, its summit is one of the hardest to reach in the world. Few can brag that they have accomplished this feat, like the famous explorer Frederick Cook, who claimed to have climbed the mountain in 1906 before crucial evidence later proved fraud. Alaska Native climber Walter Harper would be the first to reach its peak, taking the route through the Muldrow glacier, on 7 June 1913. Now climbed by a thousand mountaineers each year, the failure rate remains at practically 50%.

 

The Line has depicted the silhouette from the South-East, at 60 km from the summit.

24,17 €



Denali means ‘the tall one’ in Koyukon (an Athabascan language), and that’s putting it mildly! At an altitude of 6,190 m, Denali, formerly Mount McKinley, is the tallest mountain in North America. Hardly ever climbed, its summit is one of the hardest to reach in the world. Few can brag that they have accomplished this feat, like the famous explorer Frederick Cook, who claimed to have climbed the mountain in 1906 before crucial evidence later proved fraud. Alaska Native climber Walter Harper would be the first to reach its peak, taking the route through the Muldrow glacier, on 7 June 1913. Now climbed by a thousand mountaineers each year, the failure rate remains at practically 50%.

 

The Line has depicted the silhouette from the South-East, at 60 km from the summit.

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Denali means ‘the tall one’ in Koyukon (an Athabascan language), and that’s putting it mildly! At an altitude of 6,190 m, Denali, formerly Mount McKinley, is the tallest mountain in North America. Hardly ever climbed, its summit is one of the hardest to reach in the world. Few can brag that they have accomplished this feat, like the famous explorer Frederick Cook, who claimed to have climbed the mountain in 1906 before crucial evidence later proved fraud. Alaska Native climber Walter Harper would be the first to reach its peak, taking the route through the Muldrow glacier, on 7 June 1913. Now climbed by a thousand mountaineers each year, the failure rate remains at practically 50%.

 

The Line has depicted the silhouette from the South-East, at 60 km from the summit.

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