• 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

Your Denali Story

Park ranger walks and listens to a young girl
NPS / KENT MILLER
 
To record Your Denali Story, please call ... 907 683-6400

We've made it easy for you to tell others about the things you've seen and experienced during your visit to Denali. If you have a minute to spare, and a telephone, you can record a story that may appear here on the park website, with links from popular social media feeds.
 

 
Image of three female hikers

Learn how to Share Your Pictures with the park
 
  • To preview each story prior to listening, click "Audio Transcript."

  • If you're connecting to us by iPhone, or other device that has trouble with a Flash-based interface, please click direct links to stories that appear beneath labels that read "Download Original File."

  • If you want to help us make this offering known to others, please share the URL to this page from your browser, or this shortened link, http://go.usa.gov/gQEQ. Please don't advertise the telephone number by itself since it may need to change from time to time.





 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Did You Know?

a thermometer with the mercury indicating -40 degrees C

The coldest recorded temperature at Denali National Park & Preserve headquarters is -55° Fahrenheit (-48° C).