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3 Ways Your Clients Can Experience Denali National Park

Denali National Park is one of the most awe-inspiring parks in the United States. It comprises 6 million acres of Alaskan wilderness and is home to North America’s highest peak: Mount Denali. The park welcomes more than half a million visitors every year, all year round.

A park this big obviously has a lot to do. How can you be sure you’re helping your clients find the best experience for them?

Let ShoreTrips be your client’s guide throughout Alaska's marvel. With excursions that take you river rafting through its rugged wilderness, flightseeing over stunning mountaintops, heli hiking in Denali's unexplored deep wilderness, and kayaking through its tranquil waterways, ShoreTrips truly delivers here. Denali epitomizes Alaska’s appeal as one of the world’s last great frontiers for wilderness adventure and with ShoreTrips’ small excursion group size and unique, special activities; it’s a place your clients should be sure not to miss. Be sure to note that ShoreTrips offers pre and post cruise packages, and can even customize itineraries to make especially sure that your clients are able to get to Denali!

River Rafting...The Canyon Run

On this amazing journey, which begins below the entrance to Denali National Park, travelers will get wet and enjoy every minute of it as they head for Healy, 11 miles down river. Click to learn more about this tour.

Helicopter Denali Heli Hiking

Trek through the wild Alaskan backcountry with an experienced local naturalist. In this tour, travelers get to explore remote areas that are normally a full day’s hike away. Read more about this heli hiking tour  so you can answer any questions from your clients.

A Visit to Husky Homestead

This is a tour straight out of a Jack London novel. Enjoy a warm welcome and experience a true Alaskan lifestyle at Husky Homestead—home of Iditarod Champion, Jeff King. Learn how your clients can go back to a simpler age with this intimate tour.

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