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We took the green shuttle bus to Wonder Lake. It's a long drive, but took us deep into the park with great views of the mountain and the wildlife. We had time to walk for an hour on the McKinley River Bar Trail between buses....More
For viewing Denali (the mountain), recognize that the mountain will only be seen by 30% of people and only 10% will see it without any cloud cover. The mountain is so tall, it makes its own weather pattern, so the conditions outside don’t necessarily help...More
What a surprise and thrill to visit in September during fall peak colors and warm sunshine! We also went into park at 11 pm to experience a bit of the northern lights and stars! Took the tundra bus tour and saw some animals in the...More
We took the long tour to see as much of the park as we could. You are only permitted to drive the first 15 miles by private car, which we did the first day we arrived. The views were so wonderful we decided to take...More
Certainly Park Road offers tremendous landscape views and the occasional glimpse of wildlife, but it is a two way trip on the same path. So, in my opinion half of the time is somewhat wasted by retracing the same route. We did see some caribou...More
We took the Park provided shorter tour on their green buss. The driver was unique to his verbal approach with information. We learned a great deal from this man of many years doing an excellent job. This was a very informative and interesting ride, hike...More
If you visit Denali NP by car, truck or coach, you have access to the first 15 miles of the park road. Road is paved, has numerous turn outs, great spots to hike and potential views of Denali....though its over 60+ miles away. You will...More
We left on the 7:15 am bus to Wonder Lake. We had rainy, foggy weather & ended up getting sleet & wind with snow higher in the mountains. We are still glad we did it. We used the shuttle buses & just stayed on the...More
We took the Tundra Wilderness Tour, which goes to mile 63. The trip was simply spectacular, with plentiful grizzly sightings (we saw eight in total), and this wonderful realization that you are literally in a unfathomably vast wilderness. Once in a lifetime experience.