First, I haven't been up Denali, I went to AK once with a friend and well you can see it from a long way away. I just combined where I'm from with that majestic peak.
I was just down in Florida at Britton Hill.....my ears popped driving up the 345 feet. Saw the little granite type marker. One thought I had was that it was facing the woods, turned around about 180 degrees and it would have faced out over the valley that the hill overlooks. Anyway sorry to write a bit of critique as my first venture to this site. I did see the brochure for this organization in the little booth. I didn't realize that there was a group of people that enjoyed the highest points.
My question would be has there ever been attempts to all the points going from lowest, Florida to highest, AK? I was thinking a neat way of doing it (don't think I can do it anytime soon, I have been to about 48 states though) and also a way to get in condition/practice for those higher ones at the end. Along the way the geographic center of the US in Kansas and that of N. America in N.D. Some thoughts. Thanks for having this website. It really seems neat.
Yes, someone is doing (or has done) that.
I don't remember who, but you can check the Milestones column an A2Z from about 3-4 issues ago to find out who.