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    Denali

    National Park & Preserve Alaska

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    The Denali Park Road is open to Mile 15, Savage River. Conditions beyond this point prevent vehicle travel, though pedestrian travel is permitted. More »

Guest Speakers

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Denali Days -- Ranger Visit to Your Classroom

A park ranger will visit your K - 6 class to teach students about the biological or physical sciences relevant to Denali. Programs are typically one-hour in length, during the fall and spring, and we strive to coordinate delivering multiple programs across several grades at one school, during one day.

These programs are offered to the following local Alaskan communities: Anderson, Cantwell, Healy, Nenana, Nikolai, McGrath, Talkeetna, Tanana, Trapper Creek, and Willow. Homeschooled students from these communities as well as preschool groups may also be eligible.
 

Speaker Series -- In the Park

In summer, check out the evening speaker series at the Murie Science and Learning Center for topics ranging from archaeology to vegetation studies. Guest speakers include past and present park scientists, notable photographers, long-time local residents, and others.

Did You Know?

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Denali pays close attention to visitor comments. Please tell us: Were your expectations satisfied by your experience? What worked, and what didn't work during your visit? Do you have suggestions for improvement? More...