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  1. Alaska

    The Alaska maps provide forecasts for the northernmost and biggest US state. Alaska consists of three main regions: the mountain range along the southern Pacific coast, the hilly Yukon plains, and the coastal plains (the so-called „North Slope“) along the Arctic Ocean.


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  2. Anchorage

    These prediction maps describe weather phenomena around Anchorage, Alaska’s biggest city that enjoys quite mild, maritime winters due to its vicinity to the warm Kuroshio stream.


    Prominent peaks: Mt. Marcus Baker (4016 m), Mt. Spurr (3374 m), Mount Thor (3816 m), Mount Valhalla (3699 m), Mount Steller (3236 m)

    Important ski resorts: Valdez Heliski

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  3. Saint Elias Range

    These maps provide forecasts for the St.Elias range representing the highest glacial parts of the North American coastal ranges, extending for 400 km from southeast Alaska to northwest British Columbia.


    Prominent peaks: Mt. Logan (5959 m), Mt. Saint Elias (5489 m), Mt. Lucania (5226 m), King Peak (5173 m), Mt. Steele (5073 m), Mt. Bona (5005 m)

    Selection of alpine destinations: Abruzzi Ridge, Levermore Ridge

    € 199,-
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  4. Denali

    The Denali forecast maps focus on the Denali (Mount McKinley) region, North America’s highest peak, which ranks among the world’s coldest mountains due to its location in the far north.


    Prominent peaks: Mt. McKinley (6194 m), Mt. Silverthrone (4029 m), Mt. Huntington (3731 m), Mt. Brooks (3639 m), Mt. Hunter (4427 m), Mt. Foraker (5303 m)

    Selection of alpine destinations: Messner Couloir, Westbuttress, Orient Express

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