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Fall 2018 public outreach materials

These posters and other materials summarize Denali National Park's preliminary thoughts on winter and shoulder season planning. At this initial phase, these materials present ideas that the park may or may not incorporate into a final plan document. We need your insight and feedback to inform which ideas to pursue further and whether there are issues and concerns that have not been identified yet.

Additional information can be found on the park's website at https://www.nps.gov/dena/getinvolved/winter-plan.htm
 
Comment Period: Closed        10/01/2018 - 11/30/2018
Topic Questions Instructions:
At this early phase of plan development, comments on the broad direction and scope of the plan are most useful.

Comments may be submitted through this site, or mailed to the address below:
Topic Questions:
1. What is most important to you about the winter and shoulder seasons in Denali?
2. Are there additional issues that the plan should consider?
3. What should the winter and shoulder season visitor experience look and feel like?
4. What visitor opportunities would you like to see Denali foster in these seasons?
5. What are your concerns regarding winter and shoulder season planning in Denali, and how might those concerns be addressed?
Document Content:
Plan Overview.pdfPlan Overview.pdf   (563.8 KB, PDF file)
Plan Scope.pdfPlan Scope.pdf   (43.6 MB, PDF file)
Plan Topics.pdfPlan Topics.pdf   (13.2 MB, PDF file)
Desired Conditions by park region.pdfDesired Conditions by park region.pdf   (144.7 KB, PDF file)
Desired Conditions - full text.pdfDesired Conditions - full text.pdf   (390.1 KB, PDF file)
Concept 1 - Wilderness Focus.pdfConcept 1 - Wilderness Focus.pdf   (1.6 MB, PDF file)
Concept 2 - Accessible Wilderness.pdfConcept 2 - Accessible Wilderness.pdf   (251.7 KB, PDF file)
Concept 3 - Varied Experiences.pdfConcept 3 - Varied Experiences.pdf   (4.6 MB, PDF file)
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