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Atmospheric ice crystal displays seen from 16,300' Balcony Camp on the West Rib of Denali. The parhelic circle (through the sun), the 22 halo and the 46 halo (around the sun) and a pair of bright parhelia or sun dogs (on either side). Mt. Foraker and Kahiltna Dome are visible in bottom of the frame. Denali National Park Alaska.
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The Kahiltna Glacier flowing away from Denali, flanked by Mt. Hunter, Kahiltna Peaks and Mt. Foraker. Viewed from the Balcony camp at 16,300' on the West Rib of Denali. Denali National Park, Alaska.
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Looking out over the southern and western portions of the Central Alaska Range from 19,000' on the West Rib of Denali. Mt Hunter on the left, the Kahiltna Glacier in the middle and Mt. Foraker on the right. Denali National Park, Alaska.
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Mount Hunter, Mount Foraker, and Kahiltna Peaks from 17,200' on the West Buttress of Denali. Denali National Park, Alaska
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Mt Foraker viewed from 17,200' on the West Buttress of Denali. The 14,200' bench is visible in the foreground. Afternoon build up obscures the lower mountain. Alaska
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View of Mt.Foraker 17,400ft from W. Buttress of Denali. The 14,000ft camp on Denali is lower left in picture. On warm summer days when there is big high pressure north of the Alaska Range it pushes warm air up & over the mountains. As the air rises over tundra it forms a band of low to mid altitude clouds that tend to dissipate as they move down from range.
  

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