Guided Hiking in Denali National Park
Denali National Park has some incredible hiking trails, as well as off-trail wilderness to explore. But, not everyone is ready to go it alone. And even if you're an experienced hiker, joining a local guide gives you so much more. They'll provide local knowledge on the geography, flora, and fauna, and maybe even a few backcountry tips you can use in the future!
To get even more remote, opt for a heli-hike adventure!
Forget the trailhead on your next hike. Instead, take a short but very scenic helicopter ride to a special wilderness area just outside Denali National Park and start your trek from there. Your guide will lead your small group on a soft-adventure hike above the tree line, with sweeping views. You’ll learn about identifying animal tracks and the local flora and fauna, and of course have the opportunity to spot wildlife like bears, moose, and Dall ...more
New Wave Adventures provides experienced guides who go beyond guiding your way — they enrich your journey with insights into the area’s history, flora, fauna, and geology. Choose from 3 hikes in the Denali area: Oxbow, Triple Lakes, or Rock Creek.
Traverse Alaska can craft fully-guided custom adventures, or set you up on a trip into the Alaska wilderness arming you with some know-how — and providing you with the independence to freely explore. Excursions include private day hikes, rafting and packrafting, and multi-day backpacking.
The Denali National Park Visitors Center is actually more of a campus. The center itself is the main National Park Service welcome and information center and it is surrounded by other facilities that include a restaurant, bookstore/giftshop, bag check, bus stop and the Alaska Railroad depot.