Clearly, the glaciers of the last ice age were no match for powers of "uplifting" forces. Here are a few more honourable mentions in the same area:
Mt. Logan, St. Elias Range, Yukon, is the second tallest in North America at 19, 551 feet/5959 meters
Mt. Elias, St. Elias Range, straddles the Alaska/Yukon border.
Mt. Luciana also in the St. Elias Range, Yukon Territory, 17,257 ft/5260 meters
King Peak, Yukon Territory, is 16,927 feet/5,173 meters
ps growing up I knew Mt. Denali as Mt. McKinley - apparently a state/country distinction.