• 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

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  • Road Closure: Friday, September 26

    On Friday, September 26, a contractor will be working on a utility below the park road near Headquarters. Therefore, the road will be closed to all vehicle traffic at roughly Mile 3. The road will re-open on Saturday morning.

Plans & Studies: Research & Resource Management

Denali Park Road Capacity Study

- Fact Sheet, Information and Updates



Resource Stewardship Strategy (RSS) in process

- Fact Sheet about RSS

- Near-final RSS Summary (full-color expanded executive summary with highlights of strategies and projects; 64 pages; print double-sided to view as "booklet" as intended)

- Near-final RSS (currently in Alaska Regional Office for review and approval by Alaska Regional Director; 252 pages, needs Acrobat 8.0 to open/read)



Visitor Use Survey

- 2006 Visitor Use Survey



Bear-Human Conflict Management Plan (2003)

- Plan (main text)

- Appendices A-N

- Appendix O

- Appendices P-R



Hazardous Vegetative Fuel Treatment Plan (2003)

- Environmental Assessment

- Finding of No Significant Impact

Did You Know?

grizzly bear silhouetted against sky

Denali is home to both black bears and grizzly (brown) bears. Black bears inhabit the forested areas of the park, while grizzly bears mainly live on the open tundra. Almost all bears seen by visitors along the Park Road are grizzlies.