The Denali Highway parallels the south side of the Alaska Range for its entire 135-mile length between Paxson and Cantwell. Although it was once the original travel route to Denali National Park, today it is often overlooked by many motorists. Nevertheless, this highway rewards the leisurely traveler with outstanding scenery, good opportunities to view wildlife, and majestic landscapes in all directions. The highway also provides access to the Gulkana and Delta Rivers at Tangle Lakes, which straddle the highway 22 miles west of Paxson.
Vendor: Bureau of Land Management, Alaska
Category: Parks & Forests
Size: 107.8 MB
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