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Denali Backcountry Kantishna Wilderness Trails

Denali to Denali
From USD$244 per person
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Coach Option (Tour Code: DENKRHWT) Departs Daily @ 6.45am Duration 12-13 hours

Coach / Flight Option (Tour Code: DENKRHWTF) Departs Daily @ 6.45am Duration 9 hours


All pricing is in United States of America USD$

Coach Option

04 Jun - 12 Sep, 2020


Coach / Flight Option

04 Jun - 12 Sep, 2020


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The Kantishna Wilderness Trails tour is the premier Denali Park wilderness bus excursion. Spend the entire day in Denali National Park and discover a piece of Alaska’s gold rush history and warm hospitality at the historic Kantishna Roadhouse, located just past Wonder Lake on the banks of Moose Creek. Your 12 to 13-hour fully-narrated excursion to Kantishna travels via a custom motor coach through 95 miles of Denali National Park’s prime wildlife habitat. The last 30 miles allow for full viewing of Mount Denali, weather permitting. The wilderness backcountry of Denali Park provides diverse habitats which support big-game species such as black bear, grizzly, moose, caribou, Dall sheep, wolf, and wolverine. Forests and high alpine tundra are also home to porcupine, hare, squirrel, marmot, mink, marten, beaver, lynx, fox, and coyote. Hot beverages and refreshments are included en route to the Kantishna Roadhouse. After a hearty home-cooked lunch in the dining room at the Roadhouse, relax and visit the Historical Recorder’s Cabin and pan for gold in Moose Creek before returning to the park entrance by coach or return to the park entrance on a small bush plane for a flightseeing tour of the park.