Denali National Park Travel GuideAbout Denali National Park
Denali National Park makes its splendors accessible to everyone. Adventurous hikers and backpackers, comfort-craving visitors, and independent travelers can all appreciate its grandeur.When to visit Denali National Park
Denali National Park is not a four-season destination. Tourist facilities, such as hotels and restaurants, are only open from mid-May through mid-September, though the park is technically open year-round. The most popular time to visit is the summer, when the weather is warm, the wildlife is most active, and the parklands shed their winter browns for seasonal colors. A photographer's wonderland, Denali first wakes up in June with spring greens, bursts into an array of colors when the wildflowers bloom in July, and shows off fiery hues when the leaves change colors in August. You can pick your travel dates by what colors you want to see in the Denali landscape.
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