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Can you drive your own car into Denali National Park?

Can you drive through Denali National Park? Personal vehicles can drive as far as Mile 15 on the Denali Park Road. Past that point, only buses run by outfitters including the Denali Backcountry Adventure and those run by the National Parks Service have road access.

What is the difference between Denali State Park and Denali National Park?

Denali National Park is where the tourists go, although we local backpackers & hikers love it too. It is one of the best opportunities for viewing of wildlife & scenery. In contrast, Denali State Park is accessed mainly for wilderness hiking & backpacking.

How many bodies are on Denali?

The NPS has recorded 123 fatalities on Denali since 1932. The most common cause of death is climbing falls, followed by exposure, avalanches and acute altitude illness. “It’s a very rigorous climb,” Gualtieri said. 208 climbers are on the mountain, according to NPS logs.

Where should I stay in Denali without a car?

Denali National Park and Preserve Hotels and Places to Stay

  • Denali Park Village. 1,188 Reviews. …
  • McKinley Creekside Cabins & Cafe’ 1,033 Reviews. …
  • Denali Park Hotel. 502 Reviews. …
  • McKinley Chalet Resort. 1,423 Reviews. …
  • Denali Bluffs Hotel. …
  • Grande Denali Lodge. …
  • Aurora Denali Lodge. …
  • Denali Touch Of Wilderness Bed and Breakfast Inn.
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Can I drive from Fairbanks to Denali?

Yes, the driving distance between Fairbanks to Denali (Station) is 123 miles. It takes approximately 2h 14m to drive from Fairbanks to Denali (Station).

Are bus tours in Denali worth it?

The Tour bus is the only way into the heart of Denali National Park, beyond the first few miles. It is a long, all day trip, lasting 8-12 hours, depending on where your last stop is. The trip is totally worth it and the drivers are super cool, patient and knowledgeable!

Is there cell service in Denali?

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.

Where is the main entrance to Denali National Park?

There is one road entrance into Denali. The entrance is along Alaska Highway 3 (also called the George Parks Highway) about 240 miles north of Anchorage, 120 miles south of Fairbanks, and 12 miles south of Healy – the nearest year-round community.