Once the gateway to Denali National Park, this 135-mile gravel road is surrounded by pristine nature & is a photographer's paradise. Snow-capped mountains, icy glaciers & panoramic vistas flank the Denali Highway.
During your guided & narrated 100+ mile round trip excursion, there are opportunities to see Denali & wildlife (both weather permitting). New, 4-door, 4x4 Jeeps hug the dirt road, while comfortably seating four adults who can trade off driving. Each Jeep has a CB radio for communicating with the guide so stops can be made whenever desired.
As driving the Denali Highway is prohibited by most rental vehicle companies, this exclusive excursion provides access to more of Alaska's spectacular scenery and wildlife & is a great alternative to crowded bus trips.
Included: Snack & drinks. Car and booster seats are available upon request.
Please note: Must be at least 25 years of age with valid Driver's License to drive. We will pair parties of one or two with other guests in a Jeep. This excursion does not travel on the Denali Park Road or into Denali National Park.
Duration: 4 hours (Roundtrip from pick-up location.)
- There is no minimum age, however, please note if you will be needing a car and/or booster seat in the comment box at check out
- Must be at least 25 years of age with a valid driver's license to drive
- Signed liability waiver
Duration: 4 hours. Tour times below are approximate:
- 1 hour roundtrip transportation
- 3 hours for touring
- This tour meets at several locations. Fully detailed instructions are included on your finalized ticket vouchers.
ADA Accessibility of Tour:
- This tour is limited mobility accessible. Guests must be able to climb 4 steps into and out of the bus. Guests must be able to get in and out of the Jeep with limited assistance. There is no space for collapsible wheelchairs and walkers. Please leave a comment during checkout if ADA accommodations will be required on tour.
Does this tour go into Denali National Park?
No. Our tour travels on the Denali Highway, which is just outside the National Park boundaries. The Denali Highway is a public dirt road that is located on the south side of the Alaska Range.
Do I get to drive my own Jeep?
Our 4-door Jeeps are spacious enough for 4 adults. We allow all riders that meet our driving requirements the opportunity to drive during the tour if they want. There are several stops during the tour and drivers can switch off driving at the time.
Can my children go?
Yes! The back seat can fit up to 3 passengers. We also have car seats and booster seats for you to use free of charge. Be sure to request them at the time of reservation.
What type of food is provided?
We provide drinks and snacks. Usually we have bottle water and several different selections of soda to drink. Our snacks typically consist of selection of chips, nuts, trail mix, cookies, granola bars, and cracker sandwiches. There is plenty of room in each Jeep to bring your own food or drinks as well.
Will we see wildlife?
Although we can't control the animals, there are usually out there if you're looking hard enough. You will have the opportunity to see Moose, Bears, Caribou, Fox, Wolves, Bald Eagles, Porcupines, and several other small critters.
What is the policy for bad weather?
We run our tours rain or shine. Although it's nice to have clear weather to see the mountains, there are far more wildlife sightings when its overcast or raining.
What type of clothing should I wear?
Dress appropriately for the weather.
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Sep 2019 - Rhonda Y.
Fun excursion and a great way to see a lot of the Denali area without the crowds. Very efficient and organized organization., The jeeps were very comfortable and we made several stops to view the local environment. Only one suggestion for improvement, the guide could talk less to allow those riding together in the jeeps to have some time for conversations, especially at the end of the tour.
Sep 2019 - Linda S.
This tour was beautiful. We saw beautiful scenery and a few Moose. The guide was very good and the jeeps were comfortable. One of my favorite things we did in Alaska.