Send Us Your Photos!
In 1913, a group of men used only their strength and intellegence to climb to the peak of Denali.
In May 2013, Denali Legacy: 100 Years on the Mountain, an exhibit examining the journey through the original journals of those climbers, opens at the University of Alaska Museum of the North.
In the hundred years since the first ascent of Denali, thousands of people have tried to reach the summit. Hundreds have stood on the highest peak in North America.
If you know what that view looks like and you’re willing to share, send us your photos.
By submitting your photos, you confirm that:
i. The photos are your own work and you own the rights to distribute the image.
ii. You have the consent of those whose faces are identifiable in the image. If you are not the parent or legal guardian of children under 18 pictured, you must have the consent of the parent or legal guardian.
By submitting your photos, you authorize the University of Alaska Museum of the North to:
i. Include the images in the special exhibit Denali Legacy: 100 Years on the Mountain (including physical installation, online presence, and future exhibits derived from Legacy) and to use the images in advertising, marketing, and promotion of the special exhibit and its derivatives.
ii. Crop, color correct, or otherwise manipulate the photographs.
iii. Use your photo without credit in some situations where space is limited.
A note on copyright.