• pond surrounded by green brush, reflecting a distant range of snow-covered mountains that are dominated by one massive mountain

    Denali

    National Park & Preserve Alaska

Welcome to Denali

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Welcome


 

 

 

 
We Want to Hear From You

Keep in touch with us on our social media sites, where you can share your stories of park adventures or live vicariously through our updates. You'll find us as DenaliNPS on:


Tell us Your Denali Story. If you have a minute to spare, and a telephone, you can record a story that may soon appear here on the park website, with links from popular social media feeds.

Learn how you can share your pictures with the park
 

Stay in Touch: Blogs and Webcams

 
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• Keep up with the park's sled dogs via the kennels blog

 
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• Follow the progress of the park's research coordinator, Lucy Tyrrell, as she blogs about walking the entire Park Road

 

See how the park looks right now via webcam
 
Featured Items

Planning your trip to the park? Start with some of these key resources:
 
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Learn how to sight-see in the park by tour and shuttle bus

 
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Plan your day hike with an interactive frontcountry trail guide

 
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Find details about the park's annual road lottery

 
An artist in Denali


• Learn about the park's Artist-in-Residence program

 
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• Find information for all national parks in Alaska

Did You Know?

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Warmer average temperatures over several decades have resulted in expansion of woody vegetation. If this warming trend continues, it will change Alaska's ecosystems and drastically alter the physical appearance of Denali's landscape, as treeline marches higher up the mountains.