Denali National Park
Known worldwide for its amazing scenery and wildlife, Denali National Park, home to North America’s tallest mountain, Mt. McKinley, is a place of excitement, inspiration and exploration for travelers. With 6 million acres of wild lands there are plenty of places to go for adventure, solitude and recreation.
Denali National Park and Preserve has one road, simply called the Denali Park Road, and it is the main avenue for visitors to see and experience Denali. It is 92 miles long and only the first 15 miles of it are paved. This is the private vehicle limitation point known as Savage River. Along its route, beautiful landscapes can be seen at every turn, and there are many opportunities to view Mount McKinley as of Mile 9.
Beyond Mile 15, the road turns to gravel and traffic is primarily restricted to buses. We encourage all visitors to take some kind of bus trip while in Denali, as it is a great way to experience the park and build lasting memories.
The park entrance fee is $10.00 per person and provides a 7 day entrance permit.