Denali Sunsets

Denali Sunsets

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Denali Sunsets

Denali is truly a wondrous place to see the alpenglow of a sunset. On summer climbs, when the sun never fully sets, the sunset/sunrise can last for well over an hour, casting a wider variety of colors on the snow and ice than I've seen anywhere else. Perhaps some of this is due to the sun setting over the ocean combined with Denali's extreme height?

This album is meant to be a collection of impressive sunset/"night" photos on Denali, so if any SPers have some good shots, feel free to contribute!

Sunsets from the 11,200 ft Camp

Kahiltna PassKahiltna Pass & Mt Kapps

Foraker and KahiltnaForaker and Kahiltna
The West ButtressThe West Buttress
Fiery Mt KappsFiery Mt Kapps
Golden Mt KappsGolden Mt Kapps
Mt Kapps & Kahiltna PassMt Kapps & Kahiltna Pass
Rainbow Seracs at 11k CampRainbow Seracs at 11k Camp
Unreal Glow at Kahiltna PassUnreal Glow at Kahiltna Pass

Unreal Sunset on Foraker & Kahilnta DomeUnreal Sunset on Foraker & Kahilnta Dome

Sunsets from the 14,200 ft Camp

Alpenglow on Mt Hunter from 14k CampAlpenglow on Mt Hunter from 14k Camp

Denali s Shadow on the SkyDenali's Shadow on the Sky
Alpenglow on Denali from 14k CampAlpenglow on Denali from 14k Camp
Mt Hunter & Moon at MidnightMt Hunter & Moon at Midnight

Alpenglow on Mt Foraker from 14kAlpenglow on Mt Foraker from 14k

Sunsets from the 17,200 ft Camp

Hunter & Foraker Alpenglow PanoramaHunter & Foraker Alpenglow Panorama

17K Camp after Midnight17K Camp after Midnight

Mt Foraker Sunset at 17kMt Foraker Sunset at 17k


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Rick B

Rick B - Jan 1, 2009 9:20 am - Voted 10/10

What an album!

Super shots, album of the year :-) It pays to stay up late, doesn't it? Thanks for sharing!




PellucidWombat - Jan 2, 2009 3:49 pm - Hasn't voted

Re: What an album!

Thanks! Hopefully others can add some other wonderful Denali sunset shots here, as I'm sure there are a lot more out there.

Views like these are yet one more reason I'm going to try to climb more at night next time I'm in the range :-D

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