These photo tours offer exquisite light on the Alaska Range, potential for reflection shots over mountain lakes, and optimal lighting on Mt. Denali when visible.
Explore Alaska on a 5-Star Photography Tour
Capture the majesty of Alaska with your personal guide.
Whether you are a beginner or seasoned pro we will help you get the most out of your camera and take you to the best locations Denali has to offer.
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We honor and acknowledge Denali as the homeland of Alaska Native people, and we are thankful to be in such an inspiring place.
Alaska Native peoples have used Denali, the highest peak in North America, as a landmark for millennia. At 20,310 feet above sea level, the peak can be seen from hundreds of miles away on a clear day. Several Alaska Native groups have their own names for the mountain. The Koyukon Athabascans, who live closest to it, called it “Denali”, which means “the great one”. The area in and around Denali comprises part of the aboriginal homeland of five Northern Athabascan groups—Dena’ina, Koyukon, Lower Tanana, Upper Kuskokwim, and Western Ahtna. The affiliation of five Native groups with one national park is unique and illustrates the rich and diverse cultural heritage of the Denali area.