Discover Iconic Alaska at Denali National Park
Denali National Park and Preserve is six million acres of raw wilderness unlike any other place on earth. Marvel at views of North America’s tallest mountain while keeping an eye out for the park’s most recognizable residents — caribou, bears, wolves, moose, and Dall sheep. It’s no wonder why Denali National Park is on the bucket list of travelers worldwide.
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
- Dog sledding
- Glacier landing
- Music of Denali dinner theater
- Wildlife viewing
Denali - the highest peak in North America - measures 20,310 feet.
Denali National Park and Preserve covers over 6 million acres.
Grizzly bears are often spotted during guided tours in Denali National Park.
Meet sled dog puppies on the Husky Homestead Tour - home of Iditarod Champion Jeff King.
Soak up the beauty of Denali on a fly fishing expedition to Fish Creek.
The stunning sight of Denali is a must-see for Alaska travelers.
Music of Denali Dinner Theater tells the story of the first explorers to summit "the Great One."