Attractions

Mountain in Denali National Park & Preserve

Denali

What makes 20,310ft Denali (formerly Mt McKinley) one of the world’s great scenic mountains is the sheer independent rise of its bulk. Denali begins at a base of just 2000ft, which means that on a clear day you will…
Nature Center in Denali National Park & Preserve

Eielson Visitor Center

Eielson is the most common turning-around point for day trippers taking the shuttle or tour buses into the park. This remote outpost is built directly into the tundra slopes and the mountain seems to almost loom ove…
Nature Center in Denali National Park & Preserve

Toklat River Contact Station

This station, situated at the crossing over the eponymous river, is one of the major stops on both the Denali shuttle route and Denali bus tours. On site, you'll find some indoor toilet blocks, a few displays and so…
Viewpoint in Denali National Park & Preserve

Polychrome Pass Overlook

This scenic area, at 3500ft, has views of the Toklat River to the south. The pass, which is a regular stop on Denali tour- and shuttle-bus routes, gets its name from the multicolored hues of the local rock faces. Th…
Viewpoint in Denali National Park & Preserve

Sable Pass

This pass – the first major pass you cross on Park Rd – is known as a prime habitat for Toklat brown bears.