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Traveling 62 miles into Denali National Park to Stony Hill Overlook, the Tundra Wilderness Tour offers wonderful diversity for visitors. Incredible scenery, a narrated history of the park road, and some of the best opportunities to view the park’s...more
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The bus driver was exceptional, knowledgeable, and made the 8 hours very enjoyable. The clouds covered Mt. Denali, but we saw 11 bear (including mom with cubs), moose, dall ship, golden eagle, and many small animals, along with the beautiful scenery.
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We had an amazing trip through the park with an up close experience with a family of bears grazing beside the road. The variety of wildlife we saw was exceptional (some from a distance - but the binoculars and telephoto lens captured some remarkable images)....More
Took the 8 hour wilderness tour which goes about 50 miles into the park. Had just gorgeous weather with Denali with no cloud cover as the backdrop. Saw sheep, bears, moose and caribou. The bears were really far away, only able to see thru the...More
We had a wonderful 8 hours of sheep, wolves bears, elk and moose. Our bus driver took lots of pictures and told us how to order the d.v.d. for 29.00. That was on September 8th. tour 20. The website is denali memories.com. We are still...More
We had an absolutely awesome tour!! Saw so many Grizzly Mumma bear & cubs. Moose & Coyotes. Our bus driver was wonderful, lots of interesting information & stories. Lots of stops when we spotted wildlife. It was such a great day I decided to order...More
Yes- the bus sucked.
Yes- there were boring parts
Yes- we prayed for it to be over
YES! We would totally do it again!!!!!!!
The scenery on this tour is varied and sensational. If you go to see that, and “happen” to see some wildlife...More
Me and my wife visited Denali National park for 3 days on our trip to Alaska. On the second day we decided to do the tundra wilderness tour which we booked onto at the visitor centre the day before. It was an early start at...More
Late August we were privileged to have great weather and we could see lots of scenery and animals - we saw moose, bear, eagle and gobs of caribou - one, a buck, was shedding it antlers - what a mess....I looked it up and it...More
I visited on september 2018. We took bus from the Denali Office tourism, price ticket USD 65 / person. It was autumn so we can see so beautiful color of the tundra, red, orange, yellow, brown, green. And we can see the back ground denali...More
Response from CoachJWoodard | Reviewed this property |
Yes the bus stops about every hour to hour and a half for restroom breaks and at overlook parks for pictures of the views. Drivers also stop for photos for wildlife and spectacular views where there is no place to get out... More
Yes the bus stops about every hour to hour and a half for restroom breaks and at overlook parks for pictures of the views. Drivers also stop for photos for wildlife and spectacular views where there is no place to get out for photos from the bus.
Response from MaggieTraveler007 | Reviewed this property |
Our driver made 3 bathroom breaks to walk around and take pics. The last stop has a tiny gift shop. These are the only times you can get off the bus. It is about an hour between stops. The drivers will slow and stop for... More
Our driver made 3 bathroom breaks to walk around and take pics. The last stop has a tiny gift shop. These are the only times you can get off the bus. It is about an hour between stops. The drivers will slow and stop for wildlife for pics but no getting off the bus. With the stops our tour lasted a food 8 hours. Hope this helps.