The Denali Highway – Mountains and Landscape

The Alaska Range follows a broad arc for 650 miles, from Cook Inlet on Alaska’s west coast through the Denali massif and onward to the Canadian border. The Denali Highway passes through alpine tundra, paralleling this band of mountains to the south. Peaks like Mt. Hayes at 13,832′, Hess at 11,940′, and Mt. Deborah at […]


Land glaciers or snowfields

The territories are not capped, of course, only in winter. Regions of Araucania and Patagonia have perpetual snow, ie, cover their mountainous areas throughout the year. Even elsewhere in the world unless you can find snow cold in summer, but will be an old snow, debris left in height of the winter season. Therefore, either […]