The Bus Ride In

The 90-mile journey into the park is the first introduction to Denali National Park for many of our guests.  All our drivers are naturalist guides, who interpret the geology, ecology and history of the park as you travel through it.  We will also stop to enjoy scenery and wildlife sightings.  This may be where you catch your first sight of a caribou, Golden Eagle, grizzly bear or even the high summits of the Alaska Range.

A hearty, picnic-style dinner, served at the midpoint of the drive alongside the East Fork river, is provided as your evening meal on your arrival day.  Regular bathroom stops at National Park Service facilities provide additional chances to stretch your legs.


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Update on the Park Road: We are business as usual! The mud slide in the Park has impacted the road, but the Park Service is doing a great job repairing the damange and letting our buses through.