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Denali

North America’s Highest and Most Impressive Peak

Denali is North America’s high­est moun­tain and one of its most impres­sive in terms of sheer mass, weath­er and climb­ing his­to­ry. The clas­sic West But­tress Route requires only inter­me­di­ate tech­ni­cal climb­ing skills; but per­se­ver­ance, intense phys­i­cal exer­tion, team­work and patient acclima­ti­za­tion are all nec­es­sary for this climb. Many climbers find this to be the most chal­leng­ing thing they have done in the mountains.

Price

  • Denali

    $10,500 – 22 Days

Dates

Policies

Itinerary

Flight Information

Group mem­bers fly into Anchor­age, Alas­ka and must be present for the team meet­ing at 10 am on Day 1. This is a very impor­tant meet­ing, which you must attend! Be sure to arrive in Anchor­age ear­ly enough to make the meet­ing; which may require arriv­ing a day early. 

Equipment

Elevation

20,310 ft / 6190 m

Route

West But­tress

Guide Ratio

6:3 climber to guide ratio

Difficulty

Advanced

Climbers should be comfortable on 45 to 60 degree snow/ice slopes, waterfall ice climbing up to WI2-WI3, and/or moderate rock from 5.6-5.8. Participants will have a well-rounded history of climbing experience.

Preparation Courses

Preparation