Best Time to Visit Denali National Park and its Wildlife
The Denali National Park is located 240 miles north of Anchorage and includes the highest north-American mountain (Mount McKinley) and a superb park where visitors can watch a huge variety of wildlife: wild bears, caribous, moose, wolves, porcupines, red foxes and hares, eagles and many other species of birds.
The mountain sceneries and the beautiful sights around Denali (the glaciers, the tundra, the taiga, the wildlife) explain the persistent throngs demanding Denali in Summer.
DENALI WEAHTER / CLIMATE
All in all, the big picture for weather in Denali is the same as for the rest of Alaska: harsh winters, and relatively agreeable summers (mid May to mid September).
For details, see the Anchorage weather map:
Anchorage Weather Map
BEST TIME TO VISIT DENALI PARK
Summer period is the only period to visit Denali. June, July and August are the most popular months (with hotel prices reflecting that).
Winter – mid September to mid May - Denali is virtually closed to visitors and travelers. Denali becomes a dark snow world, where motorized transportation is banned even for park staff.
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