Denali National Park & Preserve
Because hunting has never been allowed in the park, professional photographers refer to animals in Denali as "approachable wildlife."
If you’ve never veered off the beaten path, consider launching your trail-free hiking career in Denali National Park & Preserve.
Eielson Visitor Center, on the far side of Thorofare Pass (3900 ft), is the most common turning-around point for day trippers taking the shuttle.
Eielson Visitor Center
Denali is the only US national park where rangers conduct winter patrols with dog teams.
Denali's sled dogs
The Stampede Trail and the Magic Bus
South of McKinley Village, a stylish timber-frame hideaway called 229 Parks is quintessentially modern Alaskan.
Dining in Denali
Denali National Park hotels, hostels, camping, and lodges
This is the jewel of Denali campgrounds, thanks to its eye-popping views of the mountain.
Wonder Lake Campground
The summer months from early June until the second week after Labor Day is the main visiting season.
Tips for visitors
The park entrance area, where most visitors congregate, extends a scant 4 miles in Park Road.
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