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Denali National Park and Preserve, AK
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America's tallest peak, this 20,320-foot mountain is the most famous part of this national park.
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  • Very good11%
  • Average3%
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Denali National Park and Preserve, AK
+1 800-622-7275
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Reviewed 2 days ago

One of the most majestic places around. It's a must see if you are planning to go to Alaska. Just viewing the mountains and all the animals living there is awesome. We Stayed at the Hotel that is owned by Carnival Cruise Lines We went...More

Thank usmc1960
Reviewed 4 days ago

Took a plane to see the peak. (only way to see the top most days). Wonderful site. Recommend going to see Mt. Denali by air and Denali National Park by bus tour.

Thank mth6530
Reviewed 1 week ago

No one can describe the sheer beauty of Alaska and more importantly the Grandeur of Denali. We have been given a gift by our forefathers who set aside this National Park so go visit and be prepared to stand in awe of the beauty of...More

Thank Gregg-Midlo
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

You can drive about 16 miles into the park without paying. We saw a HUGE bull moose. Beautiful fall colors!! Amazing views!

Thank TrvlJunkE
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We did the 60 miles bus trip into Denali Park. We had lots of opportunity to take pictures and view the wild life. Our bus driver added local information. The trip in and back takes most of the day. The bus provides heavy snack and...More

Thank Gail B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It's about a 7 hour tour but the time goes by quickly. We saw 7 grizzly bears, lots of moose and caribou and the highlight was seeing the entire Denali mountain as clear as can be.

Thank Gary M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I tell everyone a trip to see Alaska is not complete unless you go to Denali National Park. We stayed for two days at the McKinley Chalet Resort and had plenty of time for the day long Tundra Wilderness tour. We rode on a school...More

3  Thank Pam105
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

INCREDIBLE! Amazing views of Denali/Mt. McKinley! Wild Animals everywhere to see, Bald Eagles, Hawks, Caribou, Black bears, Brown bears (Grizzlies), Dall Sheep, Deer, Beavers, Ptarmigans etc. It is God's country...Untouched and unspoiled beauty! Denali National Park and Preserve is a MUST visit!

Thank jlipp5240
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It was our second visit to Denali National Park. We took one of the Wilderness Bus trips and are so glad we did! We saw every animal there was to see, the buses even have TV screens so visitors can see closeup pictures of animals...More

Thank Mary136
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Pictures can't describe the beauty of this park. No trip to Alaska is complete unless you visit this GEM of the North. If you do a cruise, take some extra days to visit Denali

Thank FiveGsplus9
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Response from Merasheen | Reviewed this property |
For a real adventure, take the 14-hour Kantishna trip. This tour goes to the end of the road - mile 89 - and is not on as tight a schedule as the Wilderness tour. The tour stops at Kantishna Road House for lunch and a dog... More
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Response from Nancy T | Reviewed this property |
The tundra tour goes over 50 miles into Denali. The other tour goes only about 20 miles. The chances of seeing animals like caribou, moose etc is greater on the tundra tour. However, you are on the bus for almost 8 hours... More