Denali claims the title of tallest mountain in North America, standing an impressive 20,310 feet tall. Situated 4 hours North of Anchorage, visiting Denali National Park & Preserve, 6 million acres of wild land, and its surrounding, offers a glimpse into pristine, untouched beauty, panoramic vistas, and animal sightings like grizzlies, moose, caribou, and dall sheep.
Enjoy the main attraction, Denali, and the 6 million acres of wild land.
After mile 15 (Savage River) of the Denali Park Road, the only way to visit the park is via a scheduled bus ride; enjoy a bus trip to see wildlife and scenery of epic proportions (with views of the mountain as early as mile 9.)
Held every September, the only time of year guests are granted access to drive the full 92 miles (weather permitting) of the Denali Park Road, the only road through the park.
One of the most iconic and often-photographed images of the mountain is taken from here.
Want an aerial shot of Denali? This is your trip of a lifetime!
The Denali area offers plenty of action when it comes to fly fishing with opportunities for the famed arctic grayling and even rainbow trout in the Nenana River and its tributaries.
Flowing North through the beautiful Alaska Range, the most popular whitewater river in Alaska; fun for all levels and ages.
Enjoy a ride with an experienced sled dog musher and team; Alaska's state sport!
On a clear day, the entire area offers magnificent views of Denali; see as much of it as you can.