5 edition of Mount McKinley found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||GV199.42.A42 M322 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||319 p. :|
|Number of Pages||319|
|LC Control Number||93026422|
The title of Murie's book is far too restrictive to represent the full range of its contents. While the longest single chapter of the book is, indeed, devoted to the habits and ranges of wolves, including their interrelationships with other species inhabiting the huge national park surrounding Mt. McKinley (or Denali, as it is more popularly known in Alaska), other chapters deal with many /5(3). The Wolves of Mount McKinley. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller | Contact this seller The Wolves of Mount McKinley. Adolph Murie. Published by University of Washington Press () ISBN ISBN .
McKinley Summit” via. USARAK / Used Under CC / Cropped From Original. Mount McKinley is the tallest mountain in North America standing at 20, feet above sea-level. Of the Seven Summits (each of the seven continent’s highest mountains), it ranks third highest. Most people who visit the six-million-acre Denali National Park only see roughly the first dozen—or maybe 50—miles of the legendary park Road. But this tour takes you all the way to the depths of Kantishna—the heart of the Park where you have the chance to experience postcard-perfect views of Mt. McKinley.
Only 33 miles from the summit of Denali, and at an elevation of ’, Eielson offers some of the most spectacular views of Denali (formerly Mt McKinley). There are many activities you can do here, including ranger-guided hikes up to nearby Thorofare Pass and self-guided expiration of . Mount McKinley is the American mountain book of the year, possibly the century. Its black-and-white and color photographs are the cream of the many pictures of Mount McKinley taken by Bradford Washburn in over half a century. They are largely full page (12x/4 inches with no border), and sometimes spread across both pages.
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North America's highest peak, Alaska's Mount McKinley-also known as Denali-rises majestically to a height of 20, feet.
The book recounts the eventful history of the mountain, which since has been the site of some of mountaineering's supreme achievements/5(10).
Measured from base to summit, McKinley involves more climbing than Mt. Everest. In this book, Terris Moore presents a dramatic account of man's contest with McKinley, from initial explorations on into the s.
With documented facts and a novelist's skills, he tackles the mysteries and controversies surrounding many of the early expeditions.5/5(2).
Mount McKinley book. Read Mount McKinley book reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Mount McKinley (also known as Denali, its Indian name) - is the highe /5. Mount McKinley: icy crown of North America User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict.
This book's introductory chapters offer a prehistory and history of all Alaska up to its purchase. Succeeding. This book is the true tale of a mountaineering expedition on Mt. McKinley in 7 out of 12 men died on the mountain, but the exact reasons why and how were somewhat of a mystery.
Tabor, a journalist, sets out to uncover exactly what happened and why/5. McKinley –The Pioneer Climbs, by Terris Moore / The Mountaineers Books Denali, a Literary Anthology, edited by Bill Sherwonit / The Mountaineers Books To The Top of Denali, by Bill Sherwonit / Alaska Northwest Books.
Forever on the Mountain, The Truth Behind One of Mountaineering's most Mysterious and Controversial Tragedies, the recently published book by James Tabor, claims to reveal new information related to the Wilcox expedition tragedy on Mt.
McKinley. The Wilcox Expedition and the tragedy that befell its members are real. An expedition of 12 young men, most inexperienced climbers, took on Alaska’s Mount McKinley in the summer of They came face to face with ‘the perfect storm’ -- Author: Caroline Howe.
A expedition to the top of Denali (Mount McKinley), America's highest peak, turned tragic when seven members of a man team lost their lives in a storm. After the party's return, Brooks co-authored a "Plan For Climbing Mt McKinley," published in National Geographic magazine in January,with fellow party-member and topographer D.L.
Raeburn, in which they suggested that future attempts at the summit should approach from the north, not the on: Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska, U.S. In his book, "The Finest Peaks: Prominence and Other Mountain Measures" (Trafford, ), Adam Helman wrote, "The base to peak rise of Mount McKinley is Author: Kim Ann Zimmermann.
Back to last Page Back to Cruise Book Page Back to USS Mount McKinley Page. Back to 1st Page. In this selective "biography" of Mount McKinley, considered a classic of mountaineering literature, renowned climber and mountain historian, Fred Beckey pays tribute to one of the world's great mountains.
Alaska's Mount McKinley, known as Denali by Native Americans, has captivated legions throughout the : Fred Beckey. Every native Athabascan who saw Denali towering over their horizon named it accordingly, “the great one” or “the high one.” “Denali” is the native Athabascan word for North America’s highest peak.
It was renamed Mt. McKinley for William McKinley, a one-time. The First Modern President. around the world when he was president and wound up as a face on Mount Rushmore.
William McKinley, the president who. Denali, "The High One," (Alaska's Mount McKinley) has beguiled storytellers since time immemorial. In this wide- ranging anthology spanning years of published writings - representing both the.
A Study of Accidents on Mount McKinley, Author: Jonathan Waterman; Publisher: The Mountaineers Books ISBN: Category: Sports & Recreation Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» The motivation for writing this book is to dispel the myth of Denali as a cakewalk, and to help climbers prepare adequately for polar, high-altitude survival.
On Ja fierce snowstorm rolled across Alaska’s Mount McKinley (a.k.a. Denali), killing seven of the 12 college students who were Author: Erin Berger. North America's highest peak, Alaska's Mount McKinley-also known as Denali-rises majestically to a height of 20, feet.
The book recounts the eventful history of the mountain, which since has been the site of some of mountaineering's supreme achievements. Coupled with 5/5(1). Back to Chapter index. Back to USS Mount McKinley (LCC 7) WestPac Cruise Book Page.
Back to USS Mount McKinley Page. Back to 1st Page. Decem Dear USS Mount McKinley Association: I am researching a book entitled World War II Letters by Walter Cronkite, which is a collection of letters from soldiers to .Tour Prices (Per Person) Book; Blue Anchorage / Denali / Mt.
McKinley / Anchorage Rail Tour - 72H 3 Days / 2 Nights: $ (Peak Rate).USS Mount McKinley (AGC-7/LCC-7) was the lead ship of the Mount McKinley class of amphibious force command ships. She was named after the highest mountain in North was designed as an amphibious force flagship, a floating command post with advanced communications equipment and extensive combat information spaces to be used by the amphibious forces commander and landing Speed: 15 knots (28 km/h).