Wildlife up-close

Home to Denali, North America’s tallest mountain, Denali National Park offers the best opportunity to view amazing wildlife. While visiting the park, keep an eye out for the big five: wolves, moose, bears, caribou and Dall sheep. A must-see destination to explore while visiting Alaska.

  • Points of Interest

    • Denali National Park & Preserve
    • Denali National Park Visitor Center
    • Denali Rail Depot
    • Horseshoe Lake
    • Murie Science & Learning Center
    • Nenana River
    • Wilderness Access Center
  • Activities

    • ATVing
    • Dog sledding
    • Fishing
    • Glacier landing
    • Golfing
    • Hiking / Heli-Hiking
    • Music of Denali dinner theater
    • Rafting
    • Wildlife viewing
    • Zipline

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Destination – Denali:

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Featured Excursion

Tundra Wilderness Tour

This comprehensive full-day tour travels deep into Denali National Park for the best possible wildlife, Mt. McKinley viewpoints and a host of magnificent vistas. Travel 53 miles into the park to the Toklat River rest area as it offers a wonderful diversity for visitors. Incredible scenery, a narrated history of…
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Read More About Denali National Park

Why Denali is Alaska’s Adventureland

Within its 6 million acres, Denali National Park contains everything you need to enjoy the trip of a lifetime. A daytrip into Denali could take you to the glaciers of Denali, four-wheeling to adventure, or paddling along the serene Nenana River. Whatever your interests, you’ll never run out of unforgettable…
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Hiking Denali: Experiencing Denali National Park & Preserve on Foot

  Don’t let the towering mountains around Denali National Park and Preserve intimidate you. Conquering Mount McKinley, the tallest mountain in North America, is the crown jewel for experienced mountaineers, but there are countless other areas in the park that are easily accessible to visitors of varying fitness levels…
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Find More than the “Bear” Necessities at Denali National Park!

Bear viewing is high on everyone’s must-do list in Alaska this summer. Fortunately, two Princess lodges situated at and nearby Denali National Park and Preserve offer the perfect jumping–off point for a weekend getaway into the wild. Only a five-hour drive from Anchorage and even closer to Fairbanks, the park…
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