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“Highest mountain in the U.S.”
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Denali
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Owner description: America's tallest peak, this 20,320-foot mountain is the most famous part of this national park.
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Always wanted to see Mount McKinley and this time I did! The clouds parted and there it was. It’s hard to believe that it has been climbed.

1  Thank jds754
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"the bus"
in 350 reviews
"dall sheep"
in 173 reviews
"entire mountain"
in 30 reviews
"clear view"
in 30 reviews
"awe inspiring"
in 45 reviews
"bucket list"
in 59 reviews
"grizzly bear"
in 47 reviews
"cloud cover"
in 32 reviews
"million acres"
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"beautiful park"
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"sunny day"
in 31 reviews
"dahl"
in 41 reviews
"tundra tour"
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"savage river"
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"eielson visitor center"
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"saw lots of wildlife"
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

What a gorgeous National Park! Very clean, very nice people, and the mountain (which is 90 Miles from the park entrance) is magnificent. Nice little 2 mile hike up the Savage River, and there were caribou!

1  Thank paramagic63
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We just returned from our Alaska trip. We were only able to spend one day at the park, but it was wonderful. We rode the Eielson shuttle bus so we could get off the bus as desired. We saw a fox, moose, grizzly, dall sheep, and lots of caribou. Next trip I will be doing the full route to Kantishna and I would love to camp. We are now part of the 70% club.

Thank Robin G
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Awesome Tundra Wilderness Bus Tour with Chris in June, 2018. Amazing views and saw 5 Grizzly bears, Eagles, Caribou, Moose, Fox, Marmot, and Grouse.

Got lucky and got pictures of Mount Denali (McKinley at the turnaround point)

Cool Visit with family and kids.

Thank gokuyang2018
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We heard the 30% rule, you know, that Mount Denali shows only 30% of the time. We were there in the park for 5 days and saw it every day. And glorious it was! You get accustomed to seeing large mountain peaks on the 90+ mile bus ride through Denali, but when 'the big one' shows itself, it is astounding and humbling when you see how it dwarfs the other peaks! The time we spent in Denali was the highlight of our month-long Alaskan adventure. We saw lots of bear, moose, wolves, caribou and birds. Hiking in the tundra was a new experience for us; like walking on a Temperpedic pillow top mattress. The park limits traffic, so there aren't a lot of cars and motor homes. That's why it is so pristine and wild still. Heart swells just recalling our visit!

2  Thank Ken K
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