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We visited Denali as part of our Alaskan road trip. It was on the first day of our trip and we had a great time. We visited in early September, just a couple of days before the park closes down for winter. The fall colors...More
Complete waste of time. Lots of pretty views but no intimacy in a bus. Worst way to see a nature reserve.
Saw a moose. Wow!
Suppose we are spoilt coming from Africa where you travel in an open vehicle and have to stop for herds...More
We visited Denali as part of our Alaskan roadtrip and it didn't fail to live up to it's promise of speactacular beauty. Considering how many people visit the park, you still feel the vastness of space, you don't really notice the other visitors. There are...More
Very Glad and thankful that this park exists!
Earth has some hope , after seeing this place !
The Autumn colours are breathtaking!
Wild life roam free with minimal human disturbances .
Hats off to the rangers and people who are passionate about preserving this...More
Denali National Park is one of the most beautiful parts of the world-completely devoid of human habitation-
Considering the size of 6 million acres we saw only a fraction of the park-it is absolutely amazing!
We visit Denali National Park taking the 11 hour round trip bus from the Visitor Center to Wonder Lake. It seems a long long time, but we arrived fresh and happy, very happy ! The scenery is amazing, the view of Mount Denali from the...More
We took a nature tour excursion into the park and saw Grizzly bears, Moose ,Caribou , Black bear. Eagles , salmon. If we looked for it we found it.! Our tour driver was fantastic and very knowledgeable about the park, We took the excursion from...More
Spent 8+ hours on a bus ride looking at trees and mountains. It could have been and should have been done in less than 2 hours. Caught occasional glimpses of wildlife, but the wildlife was so far away that only people with binoculars could enjoy...More
This park is one of the most incredible national park experiences I’ve ever had. The usage of buses to navigate the one road through the park makes it so that there is a limited amount of air pollution and a minimal human impact. The sheer...More
We were in Denali during the recent rains, and it rained the ENTIRE time we were there. The day we were supposed to leave, a mudslide took out the tracks to the Alaska train, and we had to take a bus to Anchorage instead. That...More
Our trip was May 24th to June 8th.
We had awesome weather. It was a little early to see bears. Although, people did see bears on different excursions. We were told that the bears were eating the dandelions, now, until the... More
Our trip was May 24th to June 8th.
We had awesome weather. It was a little early to see bears. Although, people did see bears on different excursions. We were told that the bears were eating the dandelions, now, until the berries ripen.
We saw Mt. Denali.
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Eppingem - we saw Denali as we were taking the train to go down to Anchorage. We had already been to Fairbanks. Spent a day during the day tour in the park! Everything depends on the weather. If it is clear you will see... More
Eppingem - we saw Denali as we were taking the train to go down to Anchorage. We had already been to Fairbanks. Spent a day during the day tour in the park! Everything depends on the weather. If it is clear you will see it and since Denali creates its own clouds source the likely is not good. Lots of folks saw they see it from an airplane tour. We felt very lucky seeing it from the train. gorgeous!