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National Parks of Alaska

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Alaska National Parks Region

Grizzly Bear in Denali National Park

Alaska, the Great Land, is the largest U.S. state by land area, bound by Canada and the Arctic and Pacific Oceans and filled with 3 million lakes, several mountain ranges and 16,000 square miles of glacial ice. It is home to a wide variety of wild life ranging from grizzly bears, gray wolves and caribou to whales, seals and eagles. It is also host to some of the most breathtaking scenery in North America—much of which can be found in and around its 8 National Parks and 12 national monuments, historical parks, preserves and rivers.

Tern Lake in Kenai Fjords National Park

From the northernmost Park, Gates of the Arctic, to the least visited, Kobuk Valley, and everything in-between, there are colorful sights and exciting activities to be had for every visitor. Highlights of an Alaska Parks vacation can include majestic Mt. McKinley, the tallest mountain in North America and the centerpiece of Denali; the four active volcanoes found in Lake Clark; the calving tidewater glaciers, fjords and temperate rainforest of Glacier Bay; and, Hubbard Glacier, the longest tidewater glacier in Alaska found in Wrangell-Elias.

Skagway, Alaska

Additional possibilities can include a visit to Skagway’s Klondike Gold Rush national historical park protecting the pioneer trails and buildings associated with the 1897 gold rush; Sitka national historical park with its famed Totem Trail; and, the Bering Land Bridge complete with hot springs and prehistoric animal fossils.

Popular Trips in Alaska

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