Landscape & scenery photos from Denali Highway
Valdez Creek valley viewed from across the Susitna
Blueberries and the Alaska Range
Alaska Range and fall colors
The four tallest peaks (on the horizon, from this perspective), from left to right, I think, are Mt Hayes, 10,065-foot Aurora Peak, and a "double" peak that is actuall Mt Shand (left/foreground) with the peak of Mt Moffit sticking up in the background to the right of it
Trumpeter swan in 50-Mile Lake off the Denali Highway.
Looking back at the Clearwater Mountains from the east
Mt Deborah (left) and Hess Mountain (right)
Aurora Peak. You can also see a bit of the Maclaren Glacier on the very left hand side of the image
View west across the Maclaren River valley from Maclaren Summit. The Clearwater Mountains make up the highest part of the horizon near the sun.
Alaska Range from Mile 52 Denali Highway. The left-most double peak is 12,510-foot Mt Shand (left) and 13,020-foot Mt Moffit (right). The other two tall peaks, middle and right, are unnamed (at least on Google Earth). The peak on the horizon about 2/3 of the way from Mt Moffit to the unnamed middle peak is 11,400-foot McGinnis Peak.
Recent Discussions of Denali Highway
Grayling Fishing 1 Reply »
Posted by Troutc
on Mar 9, 2012
Glad you didn't give away all the good fishing holes on the Denali Highway. Lived up there for 23 years and that road has some of the best Grayling fishing I've ever seen. I know there are a dozen little streams names Fish Creek in AK, but am wondering if the Fish Creek in your pictures in the same as the one on the Denali Highway. Nice JobReply
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