Hike the Teklanika Trail

Rate this Adventure 2 miles 100 ft gain  - Out-and-Back Trail

Added by The Outbound Collective

The Teklanika Trail is a perfect "create your own hike" in Denali National Park.

On sunny days, expect glorious views of Double Mountain and Cathedral Mountain. Located at mile 30.2 in Denali National Park. Watch for amazing wildlife, this is a truly unmatched opportunity to see incredible species. You can follow the trail as far as you want in either direction down the Teklanika riverbed.

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