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When I went to Denali for the first time in 2010 I climbed with the Seattle Washington based guiding company, "Alpine Ascents", a who were renown for guiding clients up to the summit of the notoriously difficult and deadly mountain. Even though the sheer weight of my Canon 5D Mark III with a 24-105mm lens was something that my guide Jonathan Spitzer raised his eyebrow at, I was glad that I took that equipment along as it allowed me to capture some memorable images during our climb. After returning, I showed many of them to the head manager at Alpine Ascents, Gordon Janow. He was very pleased with my work and asked if he could use them on their website, and I agreed. The images in this gallery are currently being used in the Denali mountain climb section of the Alpine Ascents website.
Descending along summit ridge of Denali, Alaska, the highest mountain in North America 2Crowds on the west buttress ridge of Denali in AlaskaClimbing toward windy corner on Denali, Alaska, the highest mountain in North AmericaLooking down on 14,000' camp from 17,000' camp on Denali in AlaskaDescending toward Washburn's Thumb along the West Buttress Ridge of Denali in AlaskaShoveling snow from camp of Denali in AlaskaA climber approaches 11,000 camp on Denali in Alaska the highest mountain in North AmericaBase camp sharps storage on Denali in AlaskaTwo climbers rest on the glacier at sunset on Denali in Alaska