AK Adventures | Denali National Park

And I've saved the best AK Adventure for last...

Home to Denali, or Mount McKinley, aka North America's tallest peak, Denali National Park is much more than just a mountain. At six million acres of wild land, the park is bisected by just one ribbon of road that allows travelers to enjoy the view as the relatively low-elevation taiga forest gives way to high alpine tundra and snowy mountains. Wild animals large and small roam unfenced lands, living as they have for ages. 
The park was established in 1917 as a game refuge and after several years, a name change and a boundary enlargement of 4 millions acres, today the park exemplifies interior Alaska's character as one of the world's last great frontiers, its wilderness largely unspoiled and full of diversity.

Solitude, tranquility and wilderness await in Denali National Park. So, without further ado, I'll let the beauty do the talking...


Denali's landscapes are big and wide, and sometimes full of silence. They are rich in pattern and process. Wildlife saunters, sings, spars, seduces, and survives in Denali's landscapes. And no matter the season you visit or how far into the park you step, the beauty and vastness of this Alaskan icon quickly gives you an appreciation for the magic Mother Nature can create.




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6 comments :

  1. Beautiful pictures!! This is on our to-do list this summer!! I can't wait to go.

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  2. You take such beautiful pictures! I can imagine how great it would be to see all the wildlife!

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  3. This is so amazing! I wish I could go!

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  4. Wow that place is simply stunning. What an adventure to have had!

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  5. Mar, I am just plain gobsmacked right now. What a stunning place to visit and I can't believe all the wildlife you saw! This is going on my bucket list pronto :)

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