Camp Denali and North Face Lodge specialize in learning adventures for active travelers who seek more than a drive-by in Denali National Park. If you want to hike Denali's backcountry, watch (not just see) its wildlife, and understand more about the sub-arctic, then Camp Denali and North Face Lodge will exceed your expectations.
Minimum stays at the Lodge are three or four nights; however, the extraordinary setting and the depth of the program at Camp Denali are well worth a weeklong visit. Travel from the park entrance is furnished by the lodge's custom-designed busses. The naturalist-guides lead this seven-hour, 89-mile, introductory journey twice a week on Mondays and Fridays.
Your interests and abilities are kept in mind each day as the staff designs naturalist-guided trips, or you can seek their assistance in planning independent adventures. Hike, bird watch, botanize and observe wildlife with naturalist guides who know Denali's "off-trail" terrain and who are students of its flora, fauna, geology and cultural history.
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180-mile round-trip transportation from the Denali Park Rail Station, lodging, all meals, guided outings, natural and cultural history interpretation, evening programs, use of recreational equipment, park entry fee.
Gratuities, taxes, flightseeing and items of a personal nature.