Denali National Park and Preserve

It's important to reserve tickets for narrated bus tours ahead of time; call the numbers provided here or log on to www.reservedenali.com. With a landmass larger than Massachusetts, Denali National Park and Preserve has too much area for even the most dedicated vacationer to explore in one go. When planning your trip, consider
It's important to reserve tickets for narrated bus tours ahead of time; call the numbers provided here or log on to www.reservedenali.com. With a landmass larger than Massachusetts, Denali National Park and Preserve has too much area for even the most dedicated vacatio
It's important to reserve tickets for narrated bus tours ahead of time; call the numbers provided here or log on to www

It's important to reserve tickets for narrated bus tours ahead of time; call the numbers provided here or log on to www.reservedenali.com.

With a landmass larger than Massachusetts, Denali National Park and Preserve has too much area for even the most dedicated vacationer to explore in one go. When planning your trip, consider whether you want to strike out on your own as a backcountry traveler or to stay at a lodge nearby and enjoy Denali as a day hiker with the help of a tour or shuttle bus. Both options require some advance planning, for bus tickets or backcountry permits. But both options also offer a magnificent experience.

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  • 1. Camper buses

    Park (National/State/Provincial)

    These buses serve permitted backpackers and those staying in campgrounds along the road. Seats in the back of the bus are removed for gear storage...Read More

  • 2. Denali Visitor Center

    Information Center

    Open from mid-May to mid-September, the Denali Visitor Center exhibits beautiful displays about the park's natural and cultural history, and...Read More

  • 3. Eielson Visitor Center

    Information Center

    At Mile 66 on the park road is the Eielson Visitor Center, the park's pride and joy. LEED certified as a green building, Eielson offers amazing...Read More

  • 4. Murie Science and Learning Center

    Educational Institution

    Next to the Denali Visitor Center, Murie Science and Learning Center is the foundation of the park's science-based education programs, and also...Read More

  • 5. Shuttle buses

    Park (National/State/Provincial)

    The park's shuttle and transit buses are a more informal, cheaper, and independent way to experience Denali. These buses are green-painted,...Read More

  • 6. Tour buses

    Park (National/State/Provincial)

    Guided bus tours offer the most informative introduction to the park. Each trip is led by a trained naturalist who drives the bus and gives...Read More

  • 7. Wilderness Access Center

    Information Center

    The Wilderness Access Center near the park's entrance at Mile 237.3, George Parks Highway, is where you can handle reservations for park campgrounds...Read More

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