Flight over Denali National Park


Denali National Park Alaska

Visit Alaska's tallest mountain

One of Alaska's most popular attractions; Denali National Park is a vast, unspoiled wilderness of mountains and glacial rivers and Mount McKinley - as Denali was previously known - is the tallest peak in North America. Denali is approximately 5.5 hours from Anchorage, so we recommend staying at least 1 night here to explore the area. The main season for visitors is through the summer; May to October, however there can be plenty to see and do outside of these months.

Bus tours, bicycle hire, rafting, flight seeing, kayaking and hiking... there are some incredible ways to see and experience Denali National Park you will be sure to want to stay longer no matter what you plan for your holiday.

For Denali National Park, the main show stopper is the wildlife; where it is abundant. From the iconic moose, caribou, grizzly and black bears, dall sheep and wolves to the smaller mammals such as arctic ground squirrels, red squirrels, foxes and marmots. 

Essential Information

  • Useful Information:  National Parks across the United States of America charge an entrance fee year-round from approx. $10 per person. If you are planning on visiting more than one National Park on your trip to the USA, then consider the 'America the Beautiful Pass' which costs approx. $80 and provides you access to more than 2,000 National Parks and National Wildlife Refuges annually. Please visit www.nps.gov for more information.