Denali National Park Climber Registration Information

National Park Registration

Please complete the attached National Park Registration Form for your upcoming climb. This must be done prior to entering the park and completing the form on line and paying prior to the start of your climb will save us time in Talkeetna.

After you complete the first page you will be directed to a payment page.

Please complete the form as best you can. For the group section please enter:

  • Expedition Name – Alpine Ascents International
  • Leader’s Name – Please refer to the Schedule & Prices page for your guide
  • Route – West Buttress
  • Air Taxi Service – Talkeetna Air Taxi
  • Number in climbing party – 9
  • Departure and return date – See your confirmation letter, dates can be approximate

Please complete form and submit payment by clicking this link

I thought AAI lived up to its reputation as a great company to climb with. Both guides were very competent and I liked how you required everyone on the team to complete some sort of Prep course. That made the reviewing of skills much easier.

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