|Current operator(s)||Alaska Railroad|
|Distance travelled||358 mi (576 km)|
|Average journey time||11 hours 45 minutes|
|Service frequency||Daily (May through September)|
|Class(es)||"Adventure" and "GoldStar Service"|
|Observation facilities||Viewing deck and dome car|
|Entertainment facilities||Tour Guide|
|Baggage facilities||Available at Anchorage, Talkeetna, Denali National Park, and Fairbanks|
|Track owner(s)||Alaska Railroad|
The Denali Star is a passenger and semi-luxury train operated by the Alaska Railroad between the cities of Anchorage and Fairbanks Alaska. It is a seasonal train, only operating between the months of May and September. The Aurora Winter Train operates along the similar route during the rest of the year at a less frequent weekend schedule. The train is very famous for the stunning scenery it passes and is ridden by many tourists visiting the Denali National Park. The train consists of single level coaches and dome cars.
The Denali Star stops only at the following stations:
- "Alaska Railroad: Our Trains - Denali Star Train Information". Alaska Railroad. Retrieved 2013-12-19.
- "Alaska Railroad: Transit - Schedules". Alaska Railroad. Retrieved 2013-12-19.