Denali Natural History Tour

Denali Natural History Tour

Operating Dates: May 12 - September 20, 2019

Focusing on the rich natural and cultural history of the park, this 4 ½ to 5-hour tour travels to the Teklanika River (mile 30). Several interpretive stops enhance the experience, with an hour of off-bus experience. Beginning with a stop at the Savage Cabin, the original ranger’s cabin, provides a living history into how the cabin was once used and how it continues to be used today. At the Teklanika River Rest Area you may have the opportunity to see wildlife on the glacially braided Teklanika River from the overlook. At Primrose Ridge, you will experience a memorable Alaskan Native presentation that will enlighten you with how the land has been used for nearly 10,000 years! Your driver/naturalist will provide a great introduction to the landscape, geology, and history of Denali National Park.

Tour Overview

Tour Duration 4.5 - 5 Hours (30 miles one-way)
Morning Tours Depart between 5:30 am and 7:30 am from the Wilderness Access Center
Afternoon Tours Depart between 1:30 pm and 3:30 pm from the Wilderness Access Center
Tour Buses Comfortable, modified school bus with coach seating
Tour Bus Color Tan
Tour Restroom Breaks Approximately every 90 minutes
Accessibility Wheelchair accessible buses are available upon request when you make your reservation, and all stops are wheelchair accessible. If you have a need for a wheelchair seat on your tour, please call 866.761.6631
Adult* $100.50
Child (Ages 0-15) $42.75

*Price does include the $15.00 Park Entry Fee (Adults Only)