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    Denali

    National Park & Preserve Alaska

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    The Denali Park Road is currently open to Mile 30, Teklanika River. If wintry conditions occur, the road may close at some point closer to the park entrance. More »

Sounds of Denali: Ring Tones

Just as many virtual or in-person visitors seek inspiration in the wild landscape of Denali, so too can inspiration and beauty be found in the wild soundscape of Denali. Scientists in the park study up to eight new locations each year, as part of an on-going study to document the natural, non-human sounds of Denali, and assess the incursion of human-caused sounds.

Recordings from remote sound stations offer an audio window on the secret lives of animals and natural features in Denali. Available below are a number of sound clips taken from these sound stations to use as ring tones on your phone. We hope they remind you of memories you formed during a visit, or hint at the audio beauty of the park, if you've not yet visited.

 
Bear cubs mp3
Boreal chickadee
mp3
Dall sheep
mp3
Dawn chorus
mp3
Sled dogs barking
mp3
Stream mp3
Swainson's thrush
mp3
Trumpeter swan & tree sparrow
mp3
White crowned sparrow
mp3
Wood frogs
mp3

Did You Know?

scenic view from a mountainside, overlooking a wide gravel plain and distant mountains

Small amounts of airborne pollutants from around the world arrive in Denali every year. Remoteness alone cannot protect the park's clean air. As global human population grows, it is likely that increasing global emissions will affect Denali's air quality.