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Alaska. Denali Park Town And Suburbs

Uritsk Andrey • 3 minutes read • April 28th, 2016


Park Town is located near the main entrance of the reserve. Camp "Denali Princess Lodge" is located on a bank of the Nenana river and provides accommodation for visitors. The waters are full of salmon in 


Denali Park views:
Nenana Valley is surrounded by hills and trees:
Tthe outskirts of the town is just 138 miles fom the North Pole, a city in central


The "Denali Princess Lodge" offers fantastic views of Denali Park.
The flags of Alaska, America, and the Princess cruise line:
Denali Park is a very small town, divided by a highway connecting Anchorage and Fairbanks:
The Nenana River:
A foot path by the bridge leads through the forest to the administration building of Denali National Park. Crossing the road of the Denali National Park...

A beautiful bridge-viaduct over Riley Creek valley:
A hanging footbridge:

Walking through National Park can also be quite dangerous, especially at night, given the wildlife that includes grizzly bears, wolves and moose.
The bridge over Riley Creek in the heart of Alaska.
The town is close to the road of the National Park.
Denali (or McKinley Mount) offers visitors a taste of the great outdoors by different means, including by foot and by plane. The town of Fairbanks is 124 miles (200 kilometers) away, on the banks Tanana, the largest tributary of the Yukon. 
Author: Uritsk
Translated by: Zoozi

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