Denali National Park Tours

Denali National Park Tours
Denali National Park and Preserve restricts private automobile entry. See the sights by bus or by air on a narrated tour. Though you can climb Denali on your own, a guided expedition gives you the expert edge.

Denali Natural History Tour

Board a bus for the half-day Denali natural history tour. You'll go to mile 17 of the 90-mile Denali Park Road, learning about nature, and pioneer and native history.

Tundra Wilderness Tour

The seven- to nine-hour tundra wilderness tour, also by bus, provides interpretation by a driver-naturalist. You'll reach mile 53--prime grizzly habitat--and, weather permitting, views of Denali.

Kantishna Experience

Kantishna Experience is a 12- to 13-hour bus tour, guided by an interpreter and a park ranger. See prime wildlife habitat, views of Denali and dog-mushing.

By Air

See the peak of Denali up close on a guided helicopter or airplane tour. Or drop into wild territory on a heli-hike.


RMI Expeditions provides expert guidance up 20,320-foot Denali via West Buttress or West Rib. Not ready for the peak? Hone your skills in their Alaska mountaineering seminar on Kahiltna Glacier.

Article Written By Kelly Aspen

Kelly Aspen's writing focuses on natural places, cultural sites and wildlife. She has more than 10 years of experience as an editor and writer for various magazines, books and websites.

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