If you’re planning a trip to Alaska, why not make the most of the drive through this beautiful and wild state by taking advantage of the free audio guides available on the state’s official website? Choose from three fascinating and informational guides that you can listen to while driving or embarking on a preplanned tour. Learn more about each of these guides designed to enhance the tourism experience in Alaska to determine which would be best for your trip.

What Audio Guides Should You Listen to Through Denali National Park?

1. Denali National Park 

tourismLearn all about the highlights of the area and make sure you don’t miss any stops along the Denali Park Road with this audio guide. The tracks are narrated by one of the rangers, Kris Fister, who is a 30-year veteran of the National Park Service as well as a naturalist from Camp Denali Lodge. This tourism guide covers important points such as Savage River, Primrose Ridge, Teklanika Rest Stop, and Igloo Mountain.

2. Alaska Railroad Highlights

Get a unique view of the landscape by riding a train along the Alaska Railroad from Seward on the Kenai Peninsula all the way up to Fairbanks in the interior of the state. Make sure you don’t miss any of the highlights of this tourism journey with the railroad audio guide. You’ll learn about the history of the train system as well as points of interest such as Eklutna, Curry Townsite, and Hurricane Bridge.

3. Parks Highway 

One of the most popular highlights of Alaskan tourism is the Parks Highway, which is a 323-mile road that runs from Anchorage to Fairbanks. The route passes important landmarks such as Denali National Park as well as several less-obvious points of interest. Find areas that are off the beaten path, learn about interesting hiking trails, and get epic photos of your trip by using the Parks Highway audio guide.


Find a beautiful place to stay during your Alaskan adventure at the Totem Inn in Healy, AK. In addition to providing comfortable accommodation, the hotel staff is dedicated to providing useful tourism tips to help you make the most of your trip. This family-owned and -operated hotel is conveniently located a few miles north of the entrance to Denali National Park, giving you the perfect home base for all of your activities. Learn more about the rooms and amenities online, or call (907) 683-6500 to make a reservation.