Hike In Denali State Park
fine state park has several different trail systems, ranging from short
walks to major backcountry adventure. Find information about the park at the State of Alaska DNR website here.
MILE 135 (PARKS HWY)
DENALI VIEW SOUTH
Paved walkways, telescopes,
MILE 134.5 (PARKS HWY)
K'ESUGI KEN CAMPGROUND
Tent and RV camping, with cabins, trails,
and an interpretive center. Reserve sites
online at www.reserveamerica.com.
LOWER TROUBLESOME CREEK
Camping, half mile trail to Chulitna River.
UPPER TROUBLESOME CREEK
Trailhead parking, 15 miles to Byers Lake Campground. (Moderate Difficulty)
BYERS LAKE CAMPGROUND
Well kept. Access for boating, canoeing and hiking. With 2 public use
cabins, one of which you can walk or canoe to. Several trails start
& end at the campground. Byers Lake Loop Trail an easy hike about 5
miles long. Trails from Troublesome Creek and Little Coal Creek end
Paved walkways, telescopes, memorial,
visitor center, handicapped accessible.
ERMINE HILL TRAILHEAD
Parking area for trailhead 17 miles from Little Coal Creek. (Difficult)
DENALI VIEW NORTH
Paved walkways, telescopes. Toilets.
LITTLE COAL CREEK
Trailhead to alpine country and 27 miles to Byers Lake. (Difficult)