Built in 1954, Camp Denali in Denali National Park is one of the first wilderness lodges in Alaska. The lodge is surrounded by 67 acres of nature terrain, a pond and eleven of the major peaks of the Alaska Range, creating the ideal destination for the adventure traveller. Camp Denali guides are highly trained at providing learning and hiking adventures to explore the native tundra and taiga habitats located right outside the front door. Guests are housed in cabins that stretch along the ridgeline and give way to magnificent surrounding views and an abundance of outdoor activities within short reach. Room décor is true to the rustic hand-hewn history of the lodge and offer hand-made quilts, wood stoves and propane lights. Camp Denali staff live by the concept of ‘reduce, reuse, and recycle’ and are dedicated to striding lightly on the land. Visitors are encouraged to embrace this concept by living close to the land, exploring the wilderness and learning about its ecology and history.