Denali National Park
Denali (elevation 20,310 feet) is the highest peak in North America. Here at Wonder Lake, it is seen about 30 miles away, towering more than 18,000 feet above the surrounding landscape. This abrupt vertical rise is higher than that of Mount Everest, making this one of the most impressive mountain views anywhere in the world. The summit is covered by clouds 60 to 75 percent of the time in summer. Named Mount McKinley initially by early explorers, the name was officially changed in 2015 to Denali (translated as “the High One” in an Alaska Native language).
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