Helpful Information and Links


Getting the Most from Your Visit

Bike Denali is owned and operated by long-time Alaskans. We are very familiar with Denali National Park, it’s incredible scenic beauty, spectacular wilderness, and abundant wildlife. We also know about the challenges visitors may face.

We pride ourselves on being able to share our specialized local knowledge. We are here to help you prepare to get the most from your visit.

Here are some online resources you may want to review for additional helpful information.


Denali National Park Resources

Access Denali with a Bike Shuttle

The bus system is an integral part of almost every Denali Park experience. Denali National Park allows Bike Denali to offer our customers Transit Bus tickets for use in the Park.  You can choose this add-on when you reserve any of our Park Road packages, gravel bike rentals, or eBike rentals (except for 4 hour and 8 hour eBike rentals.) These tickets may only be used for boarding the East Fork Transit buses once past mile 15 at Savage River.  Buses have capacity for two bikes or e-bikes per bus and are available first come/first serve with this ticket.  This ticket is a great option for riders who want to bike one way or choose particular sections of road to ride in the Park.  Return trip can take riders all the way to the Bus Depot at the Park entrance.  Groups of more than two will need to use multiple buses.  The free front country shuttle bus, also featuring first come/first serve availability with two bike slots, can take riders from the Bus Depot to Mile 15, Savage River.