A six-million-acre wilderness area home to Mt McKinley, the highest peak in North America, as well as the Alaska Mountain Range, vast glaciers and the subarctic vegetation.
With just a single road leading 92 miles into the park, the large proportion is left to the wildlife. It is a fascinating region to explore not only for its scenery but for its history. People have been living within the park boundaries for 12,000 years. It is also a great place for viewing Alaskan wildlife, including bears, caribou and moose. . Within the preserve find a mix of forest, tundra, glaciers and mountains offering a playground to go hiking, climbing, fishing, dog-sledding and cross-country skiing.