Kantishna, the Heart of Denali
Kantishna is the farthest point in Denali Park and is the closest you can get to the base of Denali without hiking or flying. The Denali Park Road, which meanders 92 miles through Denali National Park, dead ends in Kantishna Valley, a remote location of the park with only a few lodges mixed in among tall trees and secluded wilderness. Kantishna Roadhouse rest on the banks of Moose Creek, a crystal-clear stream that gently flows through the valley. The remote location of Kantishna makes it a true escape for your vacation. Established in 1905, Kantishna served as a gold mining town before becoming part of Denali National Park. You can expect a true taste of Alaska during your stay in Kantishna, as it is truly the heart of Denali National Park.
The modern Kantishna Roadhouse lodge is a contemporary facility with all the amenities you’ll need for a comfortable escape in Alaska. The lodge is fitted with a modern kitchen and dining area, and your stay at Kantishna Roadhouse is all inclusive. The cabins at Kantishna Roadhouse are cozy & comfortable, providing a quiet and pleasant place to sleep after a day exploring Denali or relaxing around Kantishna. The surrounding wilderness and all-inclusive accommodations make Kantishna Roadhouse a premier choice for lodging in Denali National Park.