Denali National Park is located in the McKinley Mountain Range in the Alaska Range. It is the tallest mountain in North America and the third largest after Mount McKinley and Mount Logan. Denali has over 20 glaciers with some of them reaching over 12,000 feet high.
The park was created to protect wild animals such as grizzly bears. The wildlife has been preserved thanks to efforts from conservationists, local people and government bodies like National Parks Service, US Forest Service and US Fish & Wildlife Services
Denali National Park is one of the most popular American national parks among tourists across the globe.