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(Fox News)   Just like your weird grandpa Fred, apparently Mount McKinley also suffers from osteoporosis   (foxnews.com) divider line 4
    More: Followup, Mount McKinley, North America, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Juneau, digital mapping, U.S. Geological Survey  
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2013-09-13 08:44:58 AM
 
2013-09-13 01:19:40 PM
I can't wait for them to do this in Colorado. "14ers" -- mountains over 14,000 feet -- get an unusual amount of attention from climbers. Sunshine Peak is officially recorded as being 14,001 feet high, and Huron Peak is 14,003. A little more precise measuring, and maybe they'll get busted down to the ranks of the lowly 13ers.
 
2013-09-13 01:44:45 PM
 
2013-09-13 06:01:22 PM
McKinley would still be more than 680 feet taller than the continent's second-highest peak, Canada's Mount Logan.

YEAH!!!!

In your FACE, Canada!!!

USA!!! USA!!! USA!!!
 
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