Denali National Park and Preserve

Denali National Park Marking National Trails Day With New Hiking Trail

A new trail is coming to Denali National Park and Preserve, and in honor of National Trails Day the general public is being invited to help with the construction.

Finnish Mountaineer Second To Die This Spring On Mt. McKinley In Denali National Park

A Finnish mountaineer descending Mount McKinley on skis became the second climber to die on the mountain this spring when he fell and tumbled 2,000 feet and became lodged in a crevasse, Denali National Park officials said Thursday.

Climber Dies In Fall From Mount McKinley In Denali National Park

A climber trying to stop a sliding backpack fell more than 1,000 feet to his death on Mount McKinley in Denali National Park, becoming the first fatality of the mountain's climbing season, according to park officials.

National Park Week Quiz #8 Revealed: The Unjumbled Jumbles


Visiting Denali National Park This Summer? Join A Ranger For A Discovery Hike

Got your ticket punched for a visit to Denali National Park and Preserve this summer? Don't miss the opportunity to join a park ranger for a Discovery Hike into the park.

Reader Participation Day: What National Park Place Names Should Be Changed?

Place names in long-standing public use are seldom changed, but it does happen from time to time. What named places in the national parks should be given different names? Should we re-name any of the 397 national parks?

Denali National Park and Preserve Ponders Increased Plowing of Park Road

Visitors interested in winter activities in Denali National Park and Preserve—and the small number of off-season tourists who just want to see the famous mountain—might have increased opportunities in coming years. The park is considering plowing an additional nine miles of road into the park, and is seeking public input on the idea.

Millions Of Dollars Heading To National Parks For Road, Multiple-Use Trail Improvements

Millions of dollars are flowing to the National Park System for work on aging roads and multiple-use trails in need of some TLC, and transportation systems thanks to the Paul S. Sarbanes Transit in the Parks program overseen by the U.S. Department of Transportation.

NPCA Accuses Alaska Officials of Waging "Quiet War" Against Bears

Contending that the state of Alaska has "declared a quiet war" on bears, National Parks Conservation Association officials on Friday urged the Alaska Board of Game to curtail bear baiting, snaring, and spotlighting of bears in national preserves in the state.

Applications Being Accepted for Research Projects In Denali and Other Alaskan Parks

The National Park Service and the Murie Science and Learning Center are seeking applicants for two research fellowships that are available to individuals wishing to conduct research in Denali National Park and Preserve and other arctic and subarctic Alaska national parks.

Rangers Ready To Lead You Into Denali National Park and Preserve This Winter

Rangers are ready to lead you into the landscape of Denali National Park and Preserve on weekends this winter.

New Fee Schedule At Denali National Park and Preserve

A new fee structure is in place at Denali National Park and Preserve. Out is the old $20 per vehicle entrance fee. In is a $10 per person fee for visitors age 16 and older.

2011 Visitation to National Park Units In Alaska Up About 2 Percent Over 2010 Figures

Tourism traffic to Alaskan units of the National Park System grew by roughly 2 percent in 2011 to a total of 2.32 million visitors, according to preliminary National Park Service statistics.

Holiday Video Greetings from Your National Parks

The National Park Service is using modern technology to share holiday greetings from parks across the country. Short videos filmed in 15 parks are airing on the National Park Service's YouTube channel through the end of the month.

Beginning December 1 You Can Reserve Your Seat On Denali National Park Shuttle Buses

Planning to visit Denali National Park and Preserve next year? Then get ready to make your reservations for a seat on the park's shuttle buses.

Running With The Big Sled Dogs At Denali National Park, The Video

Running with the big dogs means something in Denali National Park and Preserve, where Ranger Jess Toubman has been training her sled dogs in a park campground for the coming winter.

Denali National Park Extends Comment Period On Climbing Permit Allocation Plan

Denali National Park and Preserve officials have extended the public comment period on their plans for allocating climbing permits on Mount McKinley by two weeks, and you can pretty much be sure those who make their living guiding climbs will have something to say.

Denali National Park Officials Want To "Simplify" Fee Structure

In a bid to "simplify" their entrance fee program, Denali National Park and Preserve officials want to do away with the multiple fees and charge a flat $10 per person.

New "Puppy Cam" Features Sled Dog Pups at Denali National Park and Preserve

Denali National Park and Preserve is the only national park in America with a working sled dog kennel. It's hard to beat a puppy when it comes to the "aaaw factor," and thanks to a new on-line "Puppy Cam," fans of sleds dogs can now enjoy live views of young canines at the park's kennels.

National Park Service Implementing "Flight Following" Technology in Alaska, Perhaps Nation-wide

"Flight following" technology, which can help dispatchers keep an eye on the whereabouts of aircraft, is being required aboard all National Park Service aircraft, or any aircraft carrying Park Service personnel, in Alaska, and soon could be required throughout the National Park System.

Austrian Climber's Body Spotted on Mount McKinley in Denali National Park and Preserve

The body of an Austrian climber has been spotted on the flanks of Mount McKinley in Denali National Park and Preserve, according to park officials, who say conditions prevented them from immediately recovering it.

Search Under Way on Mount McKinley in Denali National Park For Missing Austrian Climber

A search was under way on Mount McKinley in Denali National Park and Preserve on Thursday for an Austrian mountaineer who failed to return from an intended trek to Denali Pass at 18,000 feet.

Denali National Park Officials Tweak Procedures For Applying for Road Lottery

Denali National Park officials, who last month said all entries for the annual road lottery would have to be submitted on-line, have reversed course in response to public concerns over that method. You'll now be able to make entries by phone, mail, and on-line.

Busy Day On McKinley: Three Climbers Felled By Altitude Sickness Rescued in Denali National Park

What are the odds that three climbers would suffer from altitude sickness and have to be rescued by helicopter from the upper elevations of Mount McKinley in Denali National Park and Preserve...within three hours on the same day!?

Avalanche Claims Climber In Denali National Park and Preserve

An avalanche in the middle of the night has killed a climber in Denali National Park.

Protecting the Sounds of Nature - Denali Aircraft Overflights Council is Making Progress

If you wanted to immerse yourself in nature, away from the frantic pace and sights and sounds of the manmade world, you might think the wilderness of Denali National Park would be the ideal place. And you would be wrong.

Reader Participation Day: Would You Ever Go On A Multi-Week, Or More, Hike?

Would you ever head off down a trail for a multi-week, or longer, hike, carrying all you need in a pack on your back?

Issue Of Climbing Fees At Denali National Park Raises Questions Of Fee Equity

Climbing at high elevations is a highly specialized sport, and the support network for those who aspire to summit Mount McKinley in Denali National Park is a million-dollar proposition. While park officials believe climbers should bear more of that cost, the climbing community is pushing back.
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