Denali National Park

Seeing Denali and all this National Park’s incredible wildlife is an unforgettable journey.

At six million acres, Denali National Park is larger than Massachusetts and is well known for its diversity of wildlife, flora, fauna and pristine habitat. The park is home to Denali, an Athabaskan Indian name meaning “The High One,” and is the highest peak in North America at 20,320 ft. The region’s glaciated landscape consists of alpine tundra and taiga forest, and supports a grand array of wildlife including grizzly bears, caribou, Dall sheep, moose, golden eagles and wolves. The park is renowned for its magnificent vistas and the sought-after vision of stunning Denali.

When you join an Alaska Wildland Adventures trip featuring Denali, you’ll stay at Tonglen Lake Lodge, located just south of the entrance to Denali National Park. This lodge is a charming, secluded property away from the hustle and bustle of the park entrance. Featuring a small number of beautifully crafted private guest cabins, our guests will enjoy gorgeous mountain and lake views, an artisan café for delicious meals, and optional evening programs to round out a delightful Denali visit. Alaska Wildland Adventures also facilitates special activities to further enjoy the park and surrounding areas, including nature hikes, sightseeing bus trips and more.

Several of our Alaska Adventures include opportunities to explore Denali National Park.

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