Denali National Park
Explore the ecosystems around North America's highest peak
At 20,310 feet in elevation, Denali is North America’s highest mountain. With its far northern latitude, the summit of Denali is also one of the coldest mountains in the world. But below the summit, in the wondrous ecosystems that surround “The Great One,” are river valleys, forests, meadows and lakes. Exploring these areas on foot is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for many travelers, and one well worth the journey! On our Denali hiking adventures, we’ll watch out for Alaskan wildlife, identify rare plants, and learn about the Native peoples who have called this place home for millenia.