Regal Mtn. (13,845ft)
Route Elevation Gain: 6,800ft
AI2-3 Steep Snow, Alaska Grade II - August 3, 1964 Yasuichi Kitamura, Ryoichi Hasegawa, Masao Tanaka, and Shinichi
Mt. Regal is a beautiful peak that offers a great obscure adventure. Mt. Regal is the peak that feeds the 7,000ft tall Stairway Icefall and is the largest in the world, as seen from the town of Kennicott.
Route Description: The LZ is around 6,700ft, camps can be made just about anywhere along the way.
The route primarily ascends low angle glaciers that are great for skiing. The summit pyramid is about 1,800ft of steep and technical ice and snow travel. The summit pyramid route ascends the South East Ridge.