Savage Alpine Trail, Denali National Park and Preserve

Categories: Hiking Trails, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
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4.9/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web
Savage Alpine Trail is located in Denali National Park and Preserve. Plan to visit Savage Alpine Trail and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Denali National Park and Preserve attractions using our Denali National Park and Preserve tour planner.
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  • From the Savage River Bridge, you can hike the trail to the footbridge and back in about an hour or less. There were lots of flowers to photo and identify in June and July. You can go beyond the footb...  read more »
  • Vast stunning views right on the track around the savage River parking Savege Campground parking between mountain ridges. One way 3-hour from either parking on travellers at the parking lot of the original return. And in the deepest within driving distance of views are different and the entrance area is within driving distance of staff who is extremely small charm. It is a course if the Denali National Park visit, never a good idea. A couple was passed during the three hours in the first week of September. I think it should return to the Savage River goes astray and to start from the car park which is good. Touching is a panoramic view of 360 degrees of reason becomes the first steep climb, climb off the left edge and then later slowly down the loose slope so easy. End passes through the Woods, but here is where a number of moose observed watched player 3 parent-child. I think the course can experience the epic nature of Denali National Park on the bus to go to the outback, also easily. It is recommended that the savage River parking area there is also a promenade on the River, except for people with disabilities of any climb here. 20-I do not care if 30-minute climb up to scenic Ridge, so go back in there. This is a level preferred climbing shoe is fine in regular sneakers.
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  • The vistas were fantastic! The hike begins next to a steam and winds it way up a short mountain via switchbacks from the Savage River Campground. We hiked from the Savage Campground rest stop (where t...  read more »
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