Does Denali have cell service?
Cell phone coverage exists only within three miles of the park entrance. Since there are no phones west of Park Headquarters, emergencies in those areas should be reported to rangers on patrol, campground hosts, bus drivers, or to staff at Eielson Visitor Center or the Toklat Rest Stop.
Is going to Denali worth it?
57% of travelers to Denali National Park say it is worth it. 90% of those people recommend Denali to rent a car and jump on a shuttle bus. However, among the ones who do not recommend Denali National Park, 80% say that Denali is not worth it for a family trip.
Can you see bears in Denali National Park?
Bears – Denali has grizzly and black bears, but it is very rare to see a black bear. Grizzlies are more common, especially along rivers in the park, such as Savage River, Teklanika River and Toklat River.
Where can I see bears in Denali?
Your best chance to see bears lies between mile 20 and 60 of the Park Road, with the Sable Pass area at mile 39 being the sweet spot. Since the Park Road is closed to private vehicles after mile 14, your options are to ride the Park Shuttle or take a private bus tour offered by several concessionaires.
How many days should you stay in Denali?
Located far from any airport or large city, Denali is a wilderness park. Reaching the park can take several hours (or even most of a day), so we recommend that you plan a minimum itinerary of 2 nights in the area, which gives you one full day and part of two others.
Are there Ubers in Denali?
DENALI — The ride-sharing service Uber has come to the Denali area, offering another transportation option to locals and visitors.