Where is Denali National Park?
Denali National Park is one of Alaska‘s main attractions. The entire region is dominated by the 6,194 m high Denali. The Athabascan Indians called him – “the high one” – and he is actually the highest mountain in North America.
The Denali is part of the nearly 1,000-km-long Alaska Range, which includes many other spectacular mountains and large glaciers. With an area of approximately 24,000 km2, the National Park is also the largest protected ecosystem in the world, where there are 750 different plant species, 39 mammal species and 165 bird species. The animals most commonly seen here include grizzly bears, caribou, moose, Dall sheep, as well as foxes, wolves, marmots and many bird species, such as the Ptarmigan snow grouse, one of Alaska’s state symbols.
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