Photo of the Day: Mount Denali, Alaska


Mount Denali, sometimes called Mount McKinley even though President Obama officially sanctioned the peak’s original name, is named for an Athabascan Indian word that means “The High One.” And it is. Denali is the tallest peak in North America at 20,320 feet (6,194 meters). The mountain is most often photographed from within Denali National Park but we got this shot of the peak from the south side after finding a locals-only vantage point on a remarkably clear day.

Mount Denali McKinley Alaska

Mount Denali in Alaska.

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17 comments on “Photo of the Day: Mount Denali, Alaska

  1. Glorious scene! We may not have mountains in Nelspruit (South Africa) but we have some pretty stunning vistas ourselves – maybe you should visit our neck of the woods one day

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