National Geographic : 1938 Jul
From two photographs byBradford Washburn "DENALI" FOUGHT HUMAN PLUCK AND TOUGHNESS WITH BLIZZARDS, LACK OF OXYGEN, SUB-ZERO WINDS From top to bottom, this panorama covers a vertical drop of 9,000 feet. It corresponds with the upper central part of thephotograph onpage 93.Dots show the route taken by all climbers up Karstens' Ridge (lower left) and the alternative courses up the Harper Glacier tothe"capstone" ofacontinent. Stag gering cliffs of the north peak slant up on the right from the extreme head of the Muldrow Glacier (bottom). The arrow (left center) indicates thepoint where a minimum-registering thermometer, left by Hudson Stuck and recovered 19 years later by Lindley and Liek, recorded alow of more than 100 degrees below zero!