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Mount Hunter

An Alaska Range Classic

Alas­ka Range expe­di­tion climb­ing is spec­tac­u­lar, large­ly due to the fact that its moun­tains are remote and rarely vis­it­ed. 14,573-foot / 4442-meter Mount Hunter, also known as Beg­guya, or Denal­i’s child, is one of those moun­tains, exhibit­ing the grandeur of its par­ent moun­tain with the ben­e­fit of less traffic. 

Recent­ly, Mount Hunter has been gain­ing noto­ri­ety due to the com­plex­i­ty of the climb­ing routes it offers. Although Denali is much high­er, the routes on Mount Hunter tend to be steep­er and more sus­tained. This chal­leng­ing sum­mit climb presents an excit­ing mix­ture of rock, ice and snow and tends to draw some of the most accom­plished climbers in the world. Regard­less of the route tak­en, you can expect to have spec­tac­u­lar views of Mount Forak­er and Denali from the long, cor­niced ridges and excep­tion­al­ly steep faces. 

This climb is done on a cus­tom basis. 

Price

  • Mount Hunter

    from $10,520 – 14 Days

    Includes Glacier Flights to Tokositna Glacier and Shuttle from Anchorage

    • 1:2 - $14,380 per person
    • 2:2 - $10,520 per person

Dates

Climb is Arranged on a Custom Basis Early to Mid-May — Contact Us

Policies

Itinerary

Flight Information

Fly into Anchor­age, Alas­ka to 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

  • Mount Hunter

    from $10,520

    14 Days

    Includes Glacier Flights to Tokositna Glacier and Shuttle from Anchorage

    • 1:2 - $14,380 per person
    • 2:2 - $10,520 per person
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Elevation

14,573 ft / 4442 m

Route

West Ridge

Grade

Alas­ka III

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.