Watch the video below to get a glimpse of breathtaking Denali National Park!

 

Few places on the planet are more rugged, wild and stunning as Denali National Park. And everything here is big, from the mountains to the breathtaking beauty of its unspoiled scenery. This pristine park encompasses roughly 9,500 square miles of northern habitat that attracts nearly a million visitors each year. Located about 240 miles north of Anchorage, the park is home to a multitude of wildlife. Some 175 species of birds and 40 species of animals, including moose, bear, wolves, caribou and Dall sheep, live in the shadows of Denali’s immense mountains.

 


Mount McKinley, the park’s most eminent peak, boasts an elevation of 20,320 feet. The mountain derives its name from the Athabaskan language, its native name of Denali meaning The Great One. McKinley’s bulk of rock, snow and glacier surpasses that of Mount Everest, designating it “the roof of North America.” From Cook Inlet, 200 miles to the south, to Fairbanks, 150 miles to the north, the mountain’s silvery mass governs the horizon.

 

An adventuresome group of Fantasy RV travelers spends the afternoon white water rafting on Nenana River just outside the Denali National Park.  Check out the action packed video below.

 

 

Larger than the state of Massachusetts, Denali National Park represents the natural character of Alaska as one of the last great frontiers. Fantasy RV Tours allows you to explore this vast wilderness setting from the comfort and safety of our tour bus, where you can observe Mt. McKinley peaking above low-lying clouds and watch a moose calf playing among dwarfed shrubs and cotton grass. Step from your vehicle and you can feel the tundra under your feet.

 

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