10 Best Hikes in Denali National Park 

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Savage River Loop – This is another great trip if you're looking for something easy. The Savage River Trail makes a loop around a section of the Savage River.

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Savage Alpine Trail – This hike can be done as a point-to-point hike or an out-and-back hike, and either way, the distance comes to about 4 miles.

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Mountain Vista Trail – This loop hike is located on mile 13 of Denali Park Road. Park at the Mountain Vista Rest Area and follow signs to the Mountain.

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Oxbow Loop Trail – This easy hike loops around the oxbow bend of the Nenana River. It begins and ends on Highway 3, about 7 miles south of the entrance to Denali National Park.

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Spruce Forest Trail – The Spruce Forest Trail winds through the forest behind the Visitor Center. It forms a loop of the McKinley Station Trail.

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Morino Trail – This short, easy trail starts behind the Visitor Center and takes you to the original location of the Morino Roadhouse.

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McKinley Station Trail – This is one of my favorite easy hikes in Denali National Park. I hiked the McKinley Station Trail alone with Tim and Tyler.

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Triple Lakes Trail – This is the longest hike in Denali National Park.

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Horseshoe Lake Trail – It's short, it's easy, and the scenery on the trail is constantly changing. On this walk you will walk along the beautiful Nenana River.

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Mount Healy Overlook Trail – The main reason for this hike is the views. From the overlook, you get a 360° view of the country overlooking the park.

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