Interior Alaska/Alaska Range Rock Climbing
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
71 Total Climbing Routes
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Classic Climbing Routes in Interior Alaska/Alaska Range
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Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for Interior Alaska/Alaska Range:
Featured Route For Interior Alaska/Alaska Range
West Face Couloir
WI4+ M4 Steep Snow PG13 AK
: Denali National Park
: ... : Mt. Huntington
Taken: "...while bailing down the West Face from the Northwest Ridge." (Mt Huntington, AK) photo by Mountain Project contributor & gnarly Alaskan scale climber George Bell, submitted 2011 There is a lot of agreement that this gully, splitting Yosemite sized granite walls, is easiest way to the summit of Mount Huntington. Basically, the West Face Couloir is a variation of the Harvard Route. Both are equally popular. Neither is easy! That is why some say Mt. Huntington is considered one of the hardest summits to tag in the world. Mt Huntington's popular epics! photo by Mountain Project contributor George Bell 2008 THE HUNTINGTON CURSEIn 1965, the Harvard expedition lost a member to a mysterious rappel accident while descendi...[more] Browse More Classics in AK