Epic, striking and deadly. She was a place people believed no man could ascend or survive. Told through technical diary entries and a compilation manuscript by Hudson Stuck, the production combines archive photos, expert testimony and dramatizations mixed with the present-day...Read More
At 20,320 ft, Denali (Alaska’s Mt. McKinley) is considered to be one of the most difficult climbs in the world. Characterized by dangerous avalanches, treacherous crevasses, steep slippery icy slopes and high altitude blizzards with gale force winds, it is not uncommon...Read More
The centennial team comprised of bloodline descendants will be retracing their forefathers’ footsteps in the spring of 2013. Known as the Stuck-Karstens Expedition, the first ascent team in 1913 was comprised of Hudson Stuck, then Archdeacon of the Yukon. Experienced...Read More
The Denali Centennial Climb is in need of financial support in order to pay for many aspects of the climb. Your generous donations truly make a difference. Funds raised would be used to pay for logistics expenses, transportation, guides, chartered flights, technology, crews to...Read More
Follow the expedition: Watch the webisodes and read the blogs posted along the journey and hear about the challenges and triumphs that the team experiences. Click HERE. Sign up for the blog at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the weekly updates during the expedition Sign your...Read More
On June 7th, 2013, on the 100th anniversary of the first successful ascent of Denali (Mt. McKinley), a team of bloodline descendants will retrace their forefathers’ footsteps up the highest peak in North America.