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Tallest Mountain In North America

Denali claims the title of tallest mountain in North America, standing an impressive 20,310 feet tall. Situated 4 hours North of Anchorage, visiting Denali National Park & Preserve, 6 million acres of wild land, and its surrounding, offers a glimpse into pristine, untouched beauty, panoramic vistas, and animal sightings like grizzlies, moose, caribou, and dall sheep.

Denali Shopping

The heart of Denali shopping is a stretch of the Parks Highway just north of the Park entrance at Mile 238 of the highway. Here you will find a row of shops lining the highway, including local gifts, outdoor rental gear for last minute hiking needs, photography, and art.
Shops and galleries are open mid-May to mid-September with a nice selection where you are sure to find that perfect Denali keepsake.

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Denali Activities

Denali is an outdoor lover's paradise with activities for all ages and interests.
Whether you are seeking adventure activities like hiking, rafting, or ziplining or more relaxed options like a scenic jeep tour or photography excursion, take advantage of the midnight sun and explore Denali to the fullest!

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Denali Restaurants

There are options when it comes to eating in Denali. In addition to award winning cafes and dining offered at many of the hotels and lodges, there are independent restaurants offering a variety of fare from sandwiches to thai food and even a local brewing company!
Whether you need to pack a lunch for a day of exploring outside or are looking for a fine steak to end the day, Denali can accommodate your taste buds.

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About Denali

Denali is larger than life and a bucket list-worthy destination! Whether you are looking to climb a new peak, spot Alaskan wildlife, or just take in the fresh mountain air and picturesque views, you will undoubtedly enjoy your visit to this wilderness retreat.
Make sure to stop by the Denali National Park visitor center to learn about the incredible history of the land, including Denali's Native ancestry, man's first ascent of the mountain in 1913, and the many animal ecosystems and habitat it supports today.

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