Great Alaska's guided trips get to Denali on their private vans. Our tours are typically designed not to backtrack, so you till travel to Denali Nat. Park on our vans, and return to Anchorage via the historic and scenic Alaska Railroad, arriving into Anchorage approximately 8:30 pm.
Wildlife viewing. The must-do activity is a guided and narrated wildlife and natural history drive along the 95-mile restricted access Denali Park Road. Public access to the park runs the first 14 miles of the road, to the Savage River Ranger Station. From there are excellent hiking options or a perfect quick day use - but to really experience the park the Concessionaire Wilderness Tundra Tour is a number of various length excursions into the park on the famous school buses operated by drivers/wildlife guides.
Denali Natioal Park and preserve is a giant park, encompassing more than 6 million acres. The national preserve is 1,334,200 acres On December 2, 1980, a 2,146,580 acre (8,687 km2) Denali Wilderness was established within the park. The park is located approximately 225 Miles north of Anchorage, Alaska and is serviced by the Parks Highway and the Alaska Railroad. Besides the park entrance, the largest local community is the town of Healey, Alaska.