A Wonderful Experience in Denali


We have had a fantastic few days in Denali Park and are looking forward to a few more. The 29th we drive in to the Teklanika campground on the Park road.

Below are some images we have obtained in the Park. Some from the bus ride to the end of the Park road, others from publicly accessible locations in the Park. The one of the barista was at the Wilderness Access Center. Excellent Mocha coffee!

We were fortunate enough to be among the 30% of the Park visitors to get to view both peaks of Mt. McKinley which is called Denali by the natives.

We hope you enjoy our images and in a few months when we get back home we will place selected images on our photo site, http://www.OzarksPhotos.com

Mt. McKinley, called Denali by the natives.

Mt. McKinley, called Denali by the natives. This image shows both the north and south peaks.

Alaska Railroad in Denali

Alaska Railroad in Denali

Alaskan Squirrel

Alaskan Squirrel

Park road along the mountains, steep fall offs.

Park road along the mountains, steep fall offs.

Close up of a caribou bull in velvet.

Close up of a caribou bull in velvet.

Kelly, the best barista in Denali.

Kelly, the best barista in Denali.

Mt. McKinley, called Denali by the natives. From 75 miles away.

Mt. McKinley, called Denali by the natives. From 75 miles away.

Caribou leading the buses down the Parks road.

Caribou leading the buses down the Parks road.

Mt. McKinley, called Denali by the natives. From 75 miles away.

Mt. McKinley, called Denali by the natives. From 75 miles away.

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4 Responses to A Wonderful Experience in Denali

  1. Gail Davis says:

    Love all the photos but that Park road may have great view but talk about scary!

  2. Shelly Walton says:

    Beautiful pictures. The squirrel is so cute. It may just be me but it does look a little different than ours here in Missouri but I can’t decided what is different about it. I have a niece in Juno maybe I will get to see it someday.

  3. Tammy & Jackie says:

    If you see a red Toyota from Kansas, that’s Jackie’s brother! They’re headed to Denali from Fairbanks. Great pics!!

  4. Kent Graves says:

    Nice pictures. The Caribou appear to be pretty tame. Denali on the other hand seems rather threatening!

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