Denali National Park and Preserve

This Alaskan national park is larger than the State of New Jersey with 6 million acres of wild land. Denali is the highest mountain peak in North America at 20,310 feet above sea level. The park attracts back country campers and mountaineers. Be prepared on your visit to see legendary wild life.

For those wishing a more sedate experience there are buses which transport visitors. There is only one road through the park and buses are contractually operated by a service other than the National Park Service. Make reservations. Visitors can take a train from other parts of Alaska which delivers them to the park entrance.

The Northern lights can be seen at various times from the park and visitors are welcomed year round with summer the busiest season.