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2.5-Hour Denali Wilderness ATV Adventure Tour

  • 2.5-Hour ATV tour of Denali National Park
  • Choose to ride either a single or double ATV
  • Look for Alaskan wildlife like moose
2.5-Hour Denali Wilderness ATV Adventure Tour
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2.5 hour guided ATV tour in the wilderness just outside of Denali National Park, Alaska at 8:00 am on a 2 passenger Side by Side ATV.
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3:00 PM Side by Side ATV
2.5 hour guided ATV tour in the wilderness just outside of Denali National Park, Alaska on a 2 passenger Side by Side ATV.
From US$95.00
1:00 PM Side by Side ATV
2.5 hour guided ATV tour in the wilderness just outside of Denali National Park, Alaska on a 2 passenger Side by Side ATV.
From US$95.00
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Explore the Alaskan wilderness on a 2.5-hour tour by ATV from Denali. Stop to view Denali National Park landmarks such as Otto Lake, Healy Valley, and the Alaska Range, and look for wildlife such as moose. Ride either an automatic single or double ATV through rugged terrain, splashing through water (weather permitting) and traversing rocky creek beds on an ATV that can reach speeds of up to 30 mph (48 kph). Includes guide, use of equipment, and pickup and drop-off at select hotels.
What to Expect

Your Denali ATV tour starts with hotel pickup for the drive to the location where you'll begin riding your ATV. Total tour time is 2.5 hours; you'll spend 1.5 hours on the trail, covering about 10 miles (16 km). There are four types of ATVs available: one single-rider option and three multi-rider side-by-side options. Each ATV is 4-wheel-drive and has automatic transmission, and the side-by-side ATVs have roofs and windshields.

You have several options for departure time when booking. Morning and late-afternoon/evening tours, when the light is low, typically provide the best chance of seeing animals. Moose are not frightened by ATV engines and are often spotted on or along the trails or walking through the launch site. Smaller animals are more skittish, though, and harder to spot in the brush.

All tours are guided, and your group will be made up of people with various skills and riding abilities; novices and experts are all welcome. Your guide will assess the speed that is best and safest for your group.

When your time on the trails around the Denali Wilderness is up, you'll be returned to your pickup location to end your tour.

Reviews (154)
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Reviewed 20 September 2018
side by side self drive ATV guided tour

We had a tremendous time on our tour with our guides Jane and Rachel. We and another two couples were given a safety check out and instruction and then with Jane in the front and Rachel bringing up the back we all drove over twisty...More

Thank alexandernmihamilton
Reviewed 17 September 2018
Great ATV Trip!

This ATV trip was one of the biggest highlights of my Alaska trip this year. It. Was so much fun and the sights were magnificent. We road trails, through mud puddles, crossed rivers, some deeper than expected. Be sure to bring a rain suit and...More

Thank rickneu88
Reviewed 13 September 2018
Incredible time, even with a few hiccups

The sights seen on this tour were incredible. I had ridden ATVs before and my fiancee had not. The guides do everything in their power to ensure a good pace for everyone to have fun. We luckily had a decent group that was able to...More

Thank Mike R
Reviewed 11 September 2018
fun stuff

had a great time riding around in the mud and the water. clay, jdot, and jane were great guides. super laidback, knowledgeable, and fun. would definitely recommend

Thank bloz182
Reviewed 11 September 2018 via mobile
So much fun and excellent guides!

My family and I had a great time at Denali ATV. Our tour guides Tyler and Rachel were amazing and took us on some great trails. We had a two year old in our group and he had a blast as well! We saw a...More

Thank marissahatcher27
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Deborah D
25 April 2018|
Response from zabranskya |
How far is this from the Denali National Park and Preserve Mt. McKinley?