Denali National Park is home to the tallest mountain in North America, Denali at 20,310 feet, as well as over six million acres of diverse wilderness. This includes the famous Big Five — grizzly bears, moose, wolves, Dall sheep and caribou. With only one park road, nature exists as it has for thousands of years, and your visit offers a glimpse into an era that most can’t imagine, even in their wildest dreams.
Denali National Park Tour Options
See Denali National Park — your way.
Denali's Big Five
The royalty of Alaska.
More to Consider
More information to help you plan your day in Denali.
How to book or change your park tour
Park tour availability is limited and is assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. If your Alaska cruisetour does not include a Denali National Park tour, reserve your spot via the Cruise Personalizer, by calling Princess Cruises or contacting your travel advisor. To change the Denali National Park tour on an existing booking, please call Princess® or your travel advisor.
- Water is provided on all Denali National Park tours.
- A box lunch can be purchased at the Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge®.
- We suggest you bring warm clothes, rainwear, insect repellent, binoculars, a camera and personal medication as necessary.
- Tour buses are school buses. The park road isn't paved after mile 15.
Other park activities
A shuttle service can take you from the Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge® to the main visitor center or the Horseshoe Lake Trailhead – a 3-mile trail full of beautiful pathways and beaver dams. If you choose to explore the visitor center, watch films about the park, check out cultural and historical exhibits of Denali National Park and join hikes lead by knowledgeable park rangers.
Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge®
The perfect home base for exploring Denali National Park.