Climb Denali with our team in 2025. Denali in Alaska is one of world’s most extreme mountains. Our Denali expedition is only for people with extensive mountaineering experience. Feel free to call us about this exciting adventure to climb one of the 7 summits. Upcoming trip.
We work with guides approved for Denali National Park guiding making sure your safety is number one. Ian has climbed Denali 3 times so learn from his experience.
Climbing Denali required good level of mountaineering experience and excellent physical conditioning for load carrying at High Altitude.
Denali is Not Easy
The climb typically involves a 3 week expedition, requiring climbers to navigate through glaciers, crevasses, and steep ice and rock sections. The West Buttress route is the most popular, offering a gradual ascent, but climbers must be prepared for extreme cold, high altitudes, and potential hazards.
Show up Physically Prepared
Proper preparation is essential, including physical conditioning, technical skills in ice and snow, and acclimatization to altitude. Climbers often spend several weeks on the mountain, acclimating to the thin air and adjusting to the challenging conditions.
It’s crucial to be well-equipped with appropriate gear, such as insulated clothing, mountaineering boots, and specialized equipment for glacier travel. Many climbers hire experienced guides or join guided expeditions to enhance safety and increase the chances of a successful summit.
In summary, while Denali’s climb is undoubtedly difficult, it offers a unique and awe-inspiring adventure for those with the necessary skills, experience, and determination.
Joining Us on Denali
Climbing Denali is on every 7 summiteers mind and one of the hardest mountains to climb for a range of reasons. Cold temperature, carrying heavy loads, being self sufficient all make for a challenges and rewarding mountaineering experience.
Climbing Denali on the West Buttress route has become the main route of choice for most Denali ascents, due to its relative ease of access and flights into the national park. We only allow people to join our teams that we have seen in action on a range of peaks.