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ALASKA ASCENTS

Some of the biggest vertical relief in the world, amidst massive wilderness.

Get the true remote Alaskan expedition experience in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, an area 13 times the size of  Denali National Park. The Wrangells are home to a number of expedition peaks, icefield traverses, and even first ascent opportunities.

Trips include glacier flights, guiding, dinners and breakfasts, and transportation between Anchorage and Chitna.

EXPEDITION PEAKS

Mt. Bona (16,421') — 12 days

Mt. Blackburn (16,391') — 14 days

Mt. Drum (12,011') — 8 days

Mt. Bear (14,829') — 10 days

BASE CAMP STYLE TRIP

Fly into a zone with a high concentration of lower Alaskan peaks that can be summited in 1-2 days from a central base camp. This is an excellent option for climbers interested in a mountaineering skills or Denali prep course.

TRAVERSES

The Bagley Icefield is the largest nonpolar icefield in North America and offers a number of traverse variations.

TRIP LENGTH

6-18 days

MEETING LOCATION

Anchorage, Alaska

DATES

We offer climbing in the Wrangells on a custom basis for private groups and individuals.

COST

From $2800/person* (varies depending on group size and trip length).

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