Denali is largely wilderness without trails, designated by Congress to remain a "primitive" area in many respects. The National Park Service strives to make the park as universally accessible as possible. However, extra obstacles will be encountered because of the remote, wilderness nature of this special place.
If your questions concerning accessibility are unanswered after reading the below information, please contact us at 907 683-2294 [TDD users call 907 683-9649] or email us.
Find information on:
- Physical / mobility
This section includes physical details about trails, facilities (e.g., campgrounds, visitor centers, bathrooms) and activities, like bus trips.
- Deaf / hearing loss
This section includes information on toipcs like films, ranger programs and tours where assistive listening devices, captions and/or sign language are available.
- Blind / low vision
This section offers trip planning advice for visitors who are blind or have low vision.
- Cognitive disabilities
This section pertains to visitors planning a trip where one or more of the party has a cognitive impairment.
- General information
Overarching accessibility-related details about planning a trip to Denali.
- Service animals
Info about visiting with a service animal.
Also, learn about the The America the Beautiful National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Access Pass -- or simply, the Access Pass -- which provides a wide range of discounts on activities and services when you visit federal lands.