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central Alaska Range - Mount Hayes, etc.

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hey, has anyone been in the central part of the AK range, between the Parks Highway and the Richardson Highway? Looks like there's a whole bunch of spectacular mountains there in the 12-13 foot range, with Hayes being the highest at 13,800 or something like that. It seems to be the highest continuous range in Alaska - whereas Denali has just a few big mountains (Denali, Foraker, Hunter), this is a 40 mile stretch of high peaks with almost no dips below 10,000 feet - kind of like the High Sierra except its in Alaska...


anyways I would appreciate any more specific info on mountains in that area - routes, approaches, etc. Thanks in advance.

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