August 23 – 29, 2015
Join the Denali Education Center for an unparalleled learning adventure in Denali National Park!
Denali Week is a rare opportunity to discover Denali – as a park, a community, and a way of life. During this six-night program you will learn about Denali’s wildlife, natural history, and culture. You will have the opportunity to attend presentations by naturalists, park rangers, and Denali residents. Through these presentations and field trips in and around Denali National Park you will get to know Denali in a way that few visitors do.
Denali National Park and Preserve is a six million acre subarctic wilderness and the home of the tallest mountain in North America. Presentations to introduce you to Denali’s natural systems, evening programs with local experts, field trips into the Park by bus, and guided walks will connect you to this special ecosystem. Evening programs feature local presenters, and may include topics such as mountain climbing, science, art, homesteading, or other subjects. A highlight of the week is a trip into Denali National Park on the park road via shuttle bus. Along the way, enjoy breathtaking views of the Alaska Range and its many peaks, and – weather permitting – behold majestic Mount McKinley. Have your cameras ready to take pictures of wildlife, which may include caribou, grizzly bears, Dall sheep, moose, caribou and more.
Denali Week is an outstanding value and a unique opportunity to be part of the Denali community!
The program cost is $1500 per person/double occupancy for ages 12 and up, $750 for children ages 5-11, and free for children 4 and under. This extraordinary value includes six-nights double occupancy lodging on our riverside campus, homemade meals starting with dinner on Day 1 through breakfast on Day 7 (17 meals), expert instruction, program coordinators, and the full cost of scheduled activities!
Click here to view the Denali Week itinerary…and start making plans!
To register, call us at 907-683-2597 or print our online form and send it in.