Following on from the original photographs of Chris I posted last year, which can be found here:
Also, there is a post here telling you the story of Chris, and into the wild:
Here are some more photos of Chris Mccandless, made famous by the Sean Penn film “Into the wild” and the book by Jon Krakauer.
These photos are mainly of Chris in his younger days, with his family, and also a shot of his sister, as well as another shot of the “magic bus” in Denali national park.
Also, a new photo to me of Chris’s wallet, found on or near the bus.
Denali Park is home to North America’s highest mountain, Mt. McKinley, towering over 20,300 feet tall. The 6 million acre National Park will also give you one of your best opportunities to see Alaska’s wildlife such as grizzly bear, moose, wolves, Dall sheep and caribou. Denali Park is located about 240 miles north of Anchorage, about 5 ½ hours by road or 8 hours by train. The park is open year round, but the road into Denali Park and most visitor facilities are only open from mid-May through the third week in September. Denali Park offers a wide selection of lodging choices as well as an exciting line up of excursions and activities, and no one offers a more complete selection of Denali Park hotels, tours and transportation than Alaska Tour & Travel.