The Bus System For Denali National Park

Denali National Park offers trail hiking and off-trail hiking.

Buses are essential for getting around in the park. So, where do you catch a bus?

From late May to early September, you may drive your vehicle to Savage River (Mile 15).

Private cars are not permitted beyond Savage River.

The park offers two primary types of buses: – Tour bus – Transit bus

This is where you  purchase bus tickets and catch the bus.

Denali Bus Depot

These buses are tan and make scheduled stops for restroom breaks and will stop for wildlife sightings.

Narrated Tour Bus

You will have a trained naturalist at the helm who provides narration throughout your tour.

Narrated Tour Bus

These buses are for people who want to enjoy the scenery and learn about the park on the ride.

Narrated Tour Bus

If you desire to take a day hike or explore on your own, this is NOT your bus.

Narrated Tour Bus

These buses are green. The ride is free and is not a narrated tour.

Savage River Shuttle

Savage River Shuttle

Can you see wildlife on this bus route? Absolutely! Please do not let people tell you that you can’t.

East Fork Transit

This bus will take you as far as Mile 43.

East Fork Transit

Plan on this ride taking over four hours. The cost is $30 per person.

East Fork Transit

Note that these buses are also green. Careful read the bus signage to ensure that you catch the correct ride.

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