North Suicide Peak facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsNorth Suicide Peak
North Suicide Peak as seen from the West, from a shoulder of nearby McHugh Peak
|Elevation||5,065 ft (1,544 m)|
|Parent range||Chugach Mountains|
|Easiest route||Most often climbed via Hauser's Gully on South Suicide Peak|
Access and Recreation
North Suicide Peak is accessible via the popular Falls Creek, McHugh Creek, and Rabbit Lake trails. In the summer months, it is a rugged but non-technical climb that is typically completed as a day trip from nearby Anchorage, Alaska. The peak can be climbed in all seasons but is most popular in the summer and fall, when the majority of the mountain is snow-free.
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