Denali, Alaska

Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska offers a variety of independent shore excursions in Denali.

Denali National Park and Preserve, formerly known as Mount McKinley National Park, is located in Interior Alaska.  With a summit elevation of 20,310 feet above sea level, Denali is the highest mountain peak in North America. Glaciers cover approximately 16% of the 6 million acres of the park.

Known around the world for its amazing scenery and wildlife, Denali National Park and Preserve is a place of excitement, inspiration, and exploration for travelers. At, we offer activities at all levels of difficulty and exertion.  From exhilarating river rafting, helicopter flightseeing to the stunning glaciers, dog sledding, kayaking through scenic waterways, and hiking in Denali’s rugged wilderness, let be your guide.

Cruise passengers usually arrive in Denali via train or motor-coach, which is located about 6-hours north of Anchorage, and 3-hours south of Fairbanks.


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Husky Homestead
Denali Helicopter Excursion
Denali Heli-Hike Adventure
McKinley Run Rafting Experience
Canyon Run Rafting Adventure
Healy Express Rafting Experience

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Helicopter Flight with Tundra Landing
A Visit to Husky Homestead
Helicopter Denali Heli Hiking