Greetings from Denali National Park & Preserve

One of the greatest places anywhere in the world, not to be missed! This photo, showing Upper Muldrow Glacier, was taken on a small plane flight around the mountain. These are easy to set up, reasonably priced, and it’s easy to find people to share a plane with.

Sincerely,
Pete

Denali National Park & Preserve

Home to North America's highest mountain, Denali National Park and Preserve encompasses more than 6 million acres of varied settings.

State(s): Alaska

Established: 1917

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