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11. Alaska’s 16,550-foot Mount Bona

Mount Bona, Alaska Bona’s reclusive southeast face

Dick Ellsworth took this photo in June 2003, while we flew in to climb Mount Bona

You can see the dramatic upper south ridge winding toward the gentle upper peak
Bona hides behind the fore-ranges near the union of the Wrangell Mountains in Alaska and the Saint Elias Range, which extends east into Canada. Bona is the fourth highest peak in the United States and the eleventh highest peak in North America. Bona also has the distinction of being the highest volcano in the United States. I climbed Bona in June 2003 to complete ascents of North America’s thirteen highest peaks.
– Gerry Roach
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