Denali National Park and Preserve is situated in the Interior Alaska. The national park and preserve lies in the center of Mount McKinley. Mount McKinley or Denali is the highest mountain in whole North America. Denali National Park and Preserve also cocoons the longest glacier called The Kahiltna Glacier in it. While the upper most part of the preserve includes snow, glaciers, and rocks, the middle most part of the preserve includes tundra. The Denali landscape in the park is a hybrid of jungles including deciduous taiga.
The Denali National Park and Preserve charms tourists with its wildlife, and keeps them engaged with mount climbing, and backpacking. During the winters the tourists can also take pleasure skiing and can take an easy and joyful ride on the dog sledge and snowmobile. George Parks Highway is the main road that leads visitors to the park. The private vehicles are allowed on this road for first 24 kilo meters and after that tourists can take ride of the concessionary buses to manoeuvre inside the park. It takes some 6 hours to reach Wonder Lake from the Wilderness Access Center via bus. There is also a visitor’s center called Eielson Visitor Center situated in the park at 4 hours distance from the entry into the park. The Denali Wilderness covers almost one- third of the Denali National Park and Preserve.
Among the various tours available at this park and preserve, the most popular tour is Tundra Wilderness Tour. This tour acquaints the visitors with boreal forests and gradually developing tourists’ cognizance with tundra. There is 20% ghost of chance to have a scenic view of the mountain even in summers. The mountain though is visible throughout the winter.
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