Denali Natural History Tour

Denali Natural History Tour


Go into the Wild!

Go into the Wild!

Operating Dates: May 13 - September 20, 2016

Focusing on the rich natural and cultural history of the park, this 4 ½ to 5-hour tour travels to Primrose Ridge (mile 17). Several interpretive stops enhance the experience, beginning with a stop at the Wilderness Access Center for a viewing of the film “Across Time & Tundra” – an award winning presentation on the building of the park road. A stop at the still-used ranger cabin, Savage Cabin, provides a living history glimpse of the folks who might have used the cabin at one time. At the Primrose turnaround point, 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 (17 miles one-way)
Morning Tours Depart 5:30 - 7:30 am
Afternoon Tours Depart 1:30 - 3:00 pm
Tour Buses Comfortable, upgraded motor coaches
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.
Reservations Check Availability
Rates 
Adult $90.70
Child (Ages 0-15) $40.50

NOTE: Exact departure times are based on tour demand and will be provided to you within 48 hours of departure.