Denalis howl is the white knuckle account of one of the most deadly climbing disasters of all time in 1967 twelve young men attempted to climb alaskas mount mckinley known to the locals as denali one of the most popular and deadly mountaineering destinations in the world only five survived. Lifelong alaskan andy hall is the author denalis howl the deadliest climbing disaster on americas wildest peak a non fiction account of the tragic 1967 wilcox expedition andy lived in mount mckinley national park as a child his father was superintendent there when the accident occurred. In 1967 seven climbers died on denali the alaskan peak also known as mount mckinley after being caught near the summit by a ferocious storm hall former editor alaska magazine whose father was park superintendent at mount mckinley national park at the time presents a detailed examination of the events surrounding this tragedy. Denalis howl the deadliest climbing disaster on americas wildest peak. Denalis howl the deadliest climbing disaster on americas wildest peak by andy hall ep dutton co penguin group 2014 272 pages hardcover 2795 blind dates dont often work out well but they only last a night climbing with people you dont know especially for a month on a mountain like denali has the potential for epic conflict
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