• 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

Plans & Studies: Entrance Area/ Headquarters/Savage River

Wastewater Treatment Facility Plan (2008)

- Environmental Assessment

- Finding of No Significant Impact



Entrance Area and Road Corridor Development Concept Plan (DCP) (1997)

- Draft EA for Rock Creek Bridge Replacement


- Final DCP and Environmental Impact Statement

- Record of Decision



Headquarters Area Plan (2008)

- Environmental Assessment

- Finding of No Significant Impact



C-Camp Improvements (2006)

- Environmental Assessment

- Finding of No Significant Impact



Savage River Rest Stop (2006)

- Environmental Assessment

- Finding of No Significant Impact



Savage River East Parking Area (2002)

- Finding of No Significant Impact



Entrance Area Visitor Facilities (2001)

- Environmental Assessment

- Finding of No Significant Impact

- Wetlands Statement of Finding



Community Transportation System Needs Assessment & Feasibility Study (2006)

-
Final Study



Triple Lakes & Savage Alpine Trails (2006)

- Environmental Assessment

- Finding of No Significant Impact



McKinley Station & Meadow View Trails (2005)

- Environmental Assessment

- Finding of No Significant Impact



Multi-Purpose Trail & Fiber Optic Line (Bike Trail) (2004)

- Environmental Assessment

- Finding of No Significant Impact



Rehabilitate Mile 4.0 and 4.5 of Denali Park Road

- Environmental Assessment

- Finding of No Significant Impact

Did You Know?

an arctic ground squirrel on its hind legs

Nearly 500 vegetation plots have been installed in Denali, to monitor climate change. Warmer temperatures allow woody plants to grow at higher elevations, invading the fragile and unique plants already in high alpine tundra - and threatening the animals that depend on those specialized plants.