Only about 30% of visitors to Denali National Park are usually able to see its namesake – Denali, formerly known as Mt. McKinley – the highest mountain in the United States (and North America), at 20,310 feet. I count myself very lucky that, after having to deal with bus difficulties caused by a massive landslide during my visit, I made it to Wonder Lake Campground and awoke on the morning of August 9, 2016, with a stunningly clear view of this majestic peak. A few hours later, when the Park's first buses began to make it to the part of the park from which one can view the mountain, clouds had already poured in and obscured the view. Sometimes, all the planning in the world doesn't quite compare with a bit of good luck!
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