Denali is what Alaskan’s call Mt. McKinley, North America’s tallest mountain. For those of you out there who are planning a trip to see this massif in Denali National Park, I wish you clear skies, at least for a little glimpse. I’m planning a few trips there myself this summer for some photography so I took a little walk through my archives of images of this great mountain to refresh myself on different views. I must say, it never seems to look the same. While the mountain summit is often obscured in clouds, one thing to consider if your hopes are high for seeing this mountain during your visit: Get up early, stay up late. The mid-day weather in Alaska’s interior often delivers clouds that cover Denali, but in the very early and very late at night hours, the probability of seeing the summit go way up, when temperatures cool down and clouds dissipate.