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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 »

Support Your Park

Public support is a critical component in the management of National Park Service lands. No other federal agency relies as heavily on the generosity and kindness of its visitors, and we thank you for your past support and look forward to future partnerships. From volunteering to shopping in our bookstore, there are many ways that the public can support Denali National Park and Preserve.


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Alaska Geographic's mission is to foster the public's understanding, appreciation and enjoyment of all national parks in Alaska, including Denali. Alaska Geographic provides funding and educational products and services.

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Make a Donation
Your interest in making a donation to Denali National Park and Preserve is deeply appreciated.

Please visit our donation webpage to learn how you can make a monetary contribution to Denali.

Whether you have a day or an entire season, opportunities exist for volunteers at Denali National Park in both summer and winter. Learn more about how to volunteer in Denali.

Resources for Working with the Public in Denali
Find resources useful to anyone who routinely works with the public in and around Denali, such as tour group leaders, naturalists, hiking guides, hotel staff, bus drivers, raft guides, flight-seeing pilots, or Bed & Breakfast owners.

Did You Know?

a green hillside and a brown scar denoting where a landslide occurred

Warmer temperatures have led to dramatic thawing of permafrost. Thaw releases carbon, as once-frozen materials decompose, but allows increased plant growth. Researchers in Denali are studying whether thawing permafrost will increase or decrease world-wide carbon emissions.