Denali Rail Vacations
Denali, set in the interior of Alaska, is six million acres of wild land bisected by one ribbon of road and crowned by North America's highest peak.
The topography and terrain is relatively low-elevation taiga forest, which then gives way to high alpine tundra and snowy mountains.
As such, entry to Denali National Park is only possible by joining a guided park tour from May to September..
Denali National Park INTRODUCTION
Denali National Park is full of wild and wonderful experiences.
Here you’ll find North America's tallest peak, the 20,320-foot Mount Denali (also known as Mount McKinley) surrounded by forest, tundra and rivers.
Wild animals large and small roam these unfenced lands, living as they have for ages in the solitude and tranquility of the last frontier.
Embark on a scenic flight or backcountry adventure and keep an eye out for photo opportunities of bears, moose, wolves, caribou and Dall sheep.
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