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Denali is truly rugged and known to have some of the worst weather in the world, at a latitude of 63 degrees North, Denali is just 200miles South of the Arctic Circle.
Every year it attracts climbers from all over the world including the world’s best alpinists to test themselves on the peak that many consider being the most challenging of the Seven Summits. Not only for the extreme conditions but also the workload required.
Climbers need to be able to carry all their own gear, make their own camps and prepare their own food as a team, unlike other mountains where high-altitude porters help with the work.
- Transportation: All group transportation while on the expedition. If you depart early then the added expenses for transport, lodging, rescue, and evacuation is your own responsibility.
- Mountain Food
- All Group Gear: Four season tents, cooking gear, group duffels, stoves, etc.
- Satellite Phone
- Denali National Park Climbing Permit
- Glacier flights from Talkeetna to Denali and back
- Flights to and from Alaska
- Transportation to and from Talkeetna
- Hotels in Talkeetna or en route to Alaska
- In town Meals: All in town meals are your own responsibility
- Personal gear: all personal climbing gear is the responsibility of the client
- In the event of a rescue, evacuation, or early departure from the group, any rescue expenses incurred or excess expenses above and beyond our normal trip costs including transport, hotels, evacuation, flight changes, and gear shipping are the responsibility of the client.
- Guide Tips (customary but optional)
- Costs incurred as a result of events beyond the control of CTSS above and beyond the normal expedition costs
- Required trip insurance policy (for trip cancellation, interruption, rescue & evacuation, medical treatment, repatriation, etc.)