Denali National Park offers end-of-summer deals
Often referred to as the Land of the Midnight Sun, Alaska offers travelers the perfect end-of-summer destination to enjoy mild weather, nearly 24 hours of sunlight each day, and an endless array of outdoor activities. From hiking and biking to mountaineering and river rafting, adventurers will never have a shortage of things to do. This summer and early fall, Denali Park Resorts in Denali National Park and Preserve is offering travelers the chance to vacation in Alaska at an affordable rate.At just $219 per night, per unit, the Colors of Denali* package includes a two-night stay at any of the four Denali Park Resorts properties, a $50 Denali gift card, 500 Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan Miles and a packet of Alaskan wildflower seeds. Available through September 20, 2009, this package saves guests more than 25 percent and allows them to take advantage of the scenic beauty and unique wildlife of Alaska before the summer ends. With this year being the 50th anniversary of Alaska’s statehood, there is no better time to visit Denali National Park. Seemingly untouched by man, the park includes Mt.McKinley and is the home of moose, Dall sheep, wolves, caribou and many other wildlife creatures. A subarctic ecosystem, Denali also features rare taiga and tundra plant life that make for an exhilarating adventure in one of Mother Nature’s finest creations. For more information or to book a Colors of Denali package, guests may visit www.denaliparkresorts.com or call (866) 296-0327 and use the promo code: COLORS.
July 30, 2009