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Snowy pass to Kantishna Denali National Park
Bear family on road to Kantishna
Bull Moose Denali by Ann Leisenring
Moose in bush Denali
Bears at rest Denali by Ann Leisenring
Bull Caribou Denali by Ann Leisenring
Grizzly pair on a mission by Ann Leisenring Denali
Grizzly feeding on roots Denali
Denali National Park and Preserve covers over 6 million acres of Alaska’s interior wilderness. At its centre is the 20,310-ft.-high Denali (fka Mount McKinley), North America’s tallest peak.
With a landscape of tundra, spruce forest and glaciers, the park is home to wildlife including grizzly bears, wolves, moose, caribou and Dall sheep. Popular means of exploration are biking, backpacking and hiking, on maintained trails. One can access the gateway to the park by Alaska Rail or by road off highway I-A-4. Approximately 8 hours from Anchorage and 4 hours from Talkeetna.
There are hotels located just outside the park and motor camper recreational parking with good facilities just inside the park entrance. To access the heart of this amazing National Park one either takes a day trip on the green/white parks buses which operate a frequent service as far as Kantishna. Martins World Travel recommend that you book a 2 night or longer package at a lodge in Kantishna (using the red/white luxury bus). You will see wildlife along the gravel road. Once at Kantishna there are lots of things to do in this great outdoor wilderness. Accommodation is of a high standard.
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