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Question 1: ________
Table of the major 4000 metre summits of North AmericaTable of the highest major summits of North AmericaMountain peaks of North AmericaTable of the ultra-prominent summits of North America

Question 2:
What is Mount McKinley also known as?
u0141obez Commune
Unieju00F3w Commune
Denali
Sandeep Singh Tanwar

Question 3:
Where is Mount McKinley?

Question 4: The North Summit is sometimes counted as a separate peak (see e.g., the ________) and sometimes not; it is rarely climbed, except by those doing routes on the north side of the massif.
FourteenerList of Colorado fourteenersTable of the highest major summits of North AmericaMountain peaks of Colorado

Question 5: Mount McKinley or Denali (Athabaskan for "The Great One") in ________ is the highest mountain peak in North America, with a summit elevation of approximately 20,320 feet (6,194 m).
AlaskaUnited StatesWashingtonNorthwestern United States

Question 6: ________
Table of the major 100 km summits of North AmericaTable of the most isolated major summits of North AmericaTable of the ultra-prominent summits of North AmericaTable of the most prominent summits of North America

Question 7: Mount McKinley has a larger bulk and rise than ________, although the summit of Everest is higher at 29,029 feet (8,848 m).
KangchenjungaMount EverestK2Himalayas

Question 8: ________
Table of the most isolated major summits of North AmericaTable of the most prominent summits of North AmericaTable of the ultra-prominent summits of North AmericaTable of the major 100 km summits of North America

Question 9: Colby Coombs and ________, Denali's West Buttress: A Climber's Guide to Mount McKinley's Classic Route
Robert Bates (mountaineer)Bradford WashburnUnited StatesMount Lucania

Question 10: Everest's base sits on the ________[3] at about 17,000 feet (5,200 m), giving it a real vertical rise of a little more than 12,000 feet (3,700 m).
Gobi DesertTaklamakan DesertTibetan PlateauHimalayas
















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