Landscape shot of the Denali mountain range taken during a hazy afternoon.

Denali Park Bus Tours

Travel with a driver-guide for an in-depth look at Denali National Park’s unmatched scenery and wildlife.

Clear shot of grizzly bear in Denali National Park.

Denali Park Bus Tours

Travel with a driver-guide for an in-depth look at Denali National Park’s unmatched scenery and wildlife.

Bus crosses a bridge on a cloudy day in Denali National Park.

Denali Park Bus Tours

Travel with a driver-guide for an in-depth look at Denali National Park’s unmatched scenery and wildlife.

The National Park Service will begin construction of a bridge to bypass an ongoing landslide on the Denali Park Road in the summer of 2022. The project is expected to take two years. During construction visitors will have access to 43 scenic miles of the Park Road. For more on special 2022 park bus tours, please check the Park Road information page.

Denali Park Bus Tours

Guided bus tours into Denali National Park combine storytelling of the area's rich history with information about the plants and animals thriving inside the park. Here you'll find info, availability, and reservations for all bus tours running within the park.

The Tundra Wilderness Tour is the classic Denali bus tour. In 2022 this tour travels 42 miles along the Park Road to the East Fork River, a sweeping glacial wash and one of the park's most iconic landscapes. Wildlife sightings are quite common during this five-hour tour, with grizzlies, caribou, Dall sheep, and moose regularly spotted from the Park Road.

The Denali Natural History Tour travels 17 miles to Primrose Ridge. This tour's focus is on the history of the park, with two interpretive presentations along the way focusing the cultural traditions of the park's human inhabitants.

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While Denali National Park's shuttle buses head into the park on a regular schedule, they do not offer the fascinating narratives delivered by professional drivers on park tours. If you are interested in learning more about the park's history and wildlife, a guided tour is the best choice.

We always recommend that guests plan at least two consecutive nights in Denali National Park to allow for a full day to explore the park. Park tours do fill up quickly, so reserve early. Buses pick up passengers at many Denali Park hotels, making it easy to access your tour. Guests on all tours should remember to bring a camera, water, snacks, warm clothing, and sturdy shoes for stops along the way.

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Denali Park Bus Tours