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Denali Backcountry Adventure
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3.5-Hour Denali ATV Trailblazer Tour
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3.5-Hour Denali ATV Trailblazer Tour

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Discover the Denali area on a 3.5-hour ATV tour that takes you through the boreal forest of Alaska. Have the option to tackle the rugged terrain in a single-rider ATV or a multi-passenger side-by-side ATV. Reach speeds of up to 30 mph (48 km/hr) as you ride for about 2.5 hours on trails that are challenging for all experience levels. Stop periodically for photo ops and wildlife sightings on a tour that includes guide, use of equipment, and transport from select locations in Denali.
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Debbi D wrote a review Sep 2020
mattapoisett, ma669 contributions270 helpful votes
Our bus driver was Aaron and he was interesting, well informed and entertaining. We were lucky to see 5 grizzly bears and the most incredible clear view of Denali. Definately try to hike the steep path behind the parking lot when you arrive at Eielson. We had 1 1/2 hours and we made it to the very top and back with time to spare for a picnic lunch. We saw so much wildlife and beautiful views. This was not suppose to be a tour but Aaron shared his enthusiasm and expertise about the history and animal life of Denali.
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Date of experience: August 2020
Jay M wrote a review Aug 2020
20 contributions6 helpful votes
We worried about being on the bus for a total of 8 hours, but it went by really fast. This is a great way to see wildlife. We saw bears, moose, caribou all up close, along with lots of other animals/birds from farther away. Once at Eielson there are some nice day hikes to choose from. The center was closed due to Covid when we were there but the rangers were outside and available. They were always kind and helpful. If you are going to take the time to get to the park then it is worth taking the time to travel deep into the park.
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Date of experience: August 2020
Grace L wrote a review Aug 2020
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The flowers were so abundant. I took many photos of Alaska's flowers. The history of the area , the covered Glacier, didn't know there was such a thing. The Perma Frost's affect on the trees.
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Date of experience: August 2020
MountainMama wrote a review Jul 2020
CANTON, United States555 contributions25 helpful votes
This is a great spot to stop, take in the views, use the restroom, take pictures and view Denali. There are antlers here of two moose that got stuck together which is cool to see.
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Date of experience: June 2020
ccsantos wrote a review Dec 2019
Brookline, Massachusetts98 contributions28 helpful votes
TIP: Try to get on the first bus out to Eielson, especially if it's a clear day! We could see Denali from the Savage River Campground early in the morning, so knew that we had a good chance of still being able to see it 2+ hours later, and we were right! It clouded up about 3 hours after that. The Visitor Center, where our bus was greeted by two hoary marmots, one of which emitted its warning whistle, has great exhibits for visitors of all ages. We spent more than an hour (after hiking up Thorofare Ridge Trail) taking everything in.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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