Denali National Park 1954 USGS Map
Brand Muir Way
USGS Topographic Map of Denali National Park in Alaska from 1954 (Reproduction). It is a quadrant map which shows an area of land and includes a portion of the park.
Denali National Park and Preserve encompass over 6 million acres in the interior of Alaska. The park was originally established as Mount McKinley National Park in 1917. In 1980, it was combined with the newly created Denali National Monument and renamed Denali National Park. Its main feature is Denali, or Mt. McKinley, the highest peak in North America which rises to 20,237 feet. Visitors come to the park to view its vast wilderness and wildlife, explore its interior, and climb its mountains.
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