Interior Alaska/Alaska Range
John Harley climbing The Fin 5.11
The Interior is inclusive of most of the main land-locked regions of the state, not bordered by coasts. The largest city in the Interior is Fairbanks, which is about 8 hours by car, north of Anchorage. This huge expanse of land includes the Alaska Range, which is where the highest peak in North America is located, Mt.Mckinley/Denali.
Depending on what part of the interior you are travelling to, it might be ideal to land in Fairbanks, or Anchorage International Airport and then bush plane or car.
Weather station 83.0 miles from here
164 Total Routes
['4 Stars',30],['3 Stars',48],['2 Stars',40],['1 Star',30],['Bomb',0]
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Featured Route For Interior Alaska/Alaska Range
AI2 Steep Snow AK
: Denali National Park
: Mt. McKinley
This enjoyable independent line makes a great alternative to the crowded West Buttress. Some consider this a variant to the West Butt, however, this line requires much more commitment. Trudge on up to camp 14-opolous and acclimate for a few days. The route climbs from 14K camp direct to the "football field" at 19K. The obvious hourglass shaped couloir is the route. I began by climbing toward the so called "West Rib Cutoff." This is the easy snow slope leading to the West Rib from 14K camp....[more] Browse More Classics in AK
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