• SPECIALS SIGNUP
  • SEARCH
  • YOUR ITINERARY
  • YOUR ACCOUNT
submit
866.761.6629
Denali Park Road Map
View Reserve Denali Area Map

Tours
Experience the best of the Park, with an awe-inspiring interpretive tour
Campgrounds
Six campgrounds, all unique in location and access they provide
Shuttle Buses
Enjoy Denali's vast landscapes and unparalleled beauty

Grizzly Bear
Grizzly Bear
Grizzly Bear
Grizzly Bear
Caribou
Caribou
Wonder Lake
Wonder Lake
Mt. McKinley
Mt. McKinley
Bull Moose
Bull Moose
Lynx
Lynx
Northern Lights / Aurora Borealis
Northern Lights / Aurora Borealis
Young Grizzly Bear
Young Grizzly Bear
Dall Sheep
Dall Sheep
Fox
Fox
Wonder Lake
Wonder Lake
of
Play Video
Discover Denali Parks

Getting Here

TEXT SIZE

Making Your Way

Denali National Park and Preserve, located in Interior Alaska, is accessible by train or car.  Located at Milepost 237 on the George Parks Highway (Alaska 3), Denali National Park and Preserve is 237 miles north of Anchorage and 125 miles south of Fairbanks. Car and RV rentals are available in Anchorage and Fairbanks. Contact us if you would like assistance.

Commercial airlines fly into both Anchorage and Fairbanks throughout the year. During the summer months, the Alaska Railroad Corporation makes daily trips from both cities to Denali. The Park Connection, a private motor coach company, also offers daily coach service between Anchorage and Denali. Contact us and we can assist you in making transportation reservations from either Anchorage or Fairbanks to Denali.

  • If arriving via cruise ship into Whittier or Seward, ask about transportation options and overnight accommodations that you can add on to your Denali National Park and Preserve packages.
  • If arriving via the Alaska Railroad, don’t forget to book your shuttle service between the Denali National Park and Preserve Train Depot and your hotel. The depot is located several miles from most hotels and taxi service is not readily available.

Exploring Denali National Park and Preserve

To preserve Denali National Park and Preserves' sub-arctic ecosystem, private vehicle traffic is limited. Beyond the Savage River Bridge, located 15 miles inside the park, visitors must travel by foot, bicycle, or shuttle bus. Visit our Tours page or Shuttle Busses page for more information on easy access into Denali National Park and Preserve.

Courtesy Shuttle Buses

Denali National Park and Preserve Resorts offers complimentary shuttle buses between lodging properties and the Denali National Park and Preserve Visitor Center, Wilderness Access Center, or the Riley Creek Mercantile. The shuttle runs approximately every hour. Ask your front desk for hours of operation.

CityMiles from DenaliApprox. Drive TimeApprox. Train Time
Anchorage

240

4.5 -5 hours 8 hours
Fairbanks 125 2 hours 4 hours
Seward 364 8-10 hours 2 days
Talkeetna 120 2.5-3 hours 4 hours
Aramark Parks & Destinations
Retrieve Reservation
|
Contact Us
|
Management Services
|
Press Room
|
Employment
|
Privacy Policy
|
Site Map
|
About Doyon Limited Twitter

©2013 Aramark Parks and Destinations
Mile 238 George Parks Highway, Denali National Park, AK 99755 | Reservations: 866.761.6629
green thread