Denali National Park
Denali National Park is located in interior Alaska, about 240 miles north of Anchorage and 120 miles south of Fairbanks. The park covers more than 6 million acres and is home to North America’s tallest peak, Mt. McKinley. The park hosts over 400,000 visitors annually who enjoy the parks’ wildlife viewing and hiking opportunities.
Nearly deserted in winter, Denali comes to life in the summer with many lodging and activity options. Stay at the Denali Bluffs or the Denali Princess, located just one mile north of the entrance to Denali National Park. For a true wilderness experience, stay at the Kantishna Roadhouse located deep in the heart of Denali National Park.
The park is accessed by a 91-mile road. Only the first 15 miles are accessible to private vehicles. To truly experience the park we recommend the Kantishna Wilderness Tour which travels the entire length of the Park road on a 13 hour day tour. For a shorter tour try the Tundra Wilderness Tour. Other options include rafting, flightseeing and dog sled tours.