Visiting Alaska's National Parks
Background and History on Alaska's National Parks
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Nov 19, 2020 - Katmai National Park and Preserve in Alaska was established in 1918 to protect the region around Novarupta and the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes after volcanic destruction. Today it also protects thousands of brown bears...
Breathtaking wildlife and photo opportunities in Alaska's National Parks.
Alaska has eight national parks with amazing wildlife viewing opportunities. Bring your camera on your next Alaskan national parks adventure, travel around by train, car, plane, or boat to Denali, Glacier Bay, Kenai Fjords and more known as Alaska "Great 8."
Looking for Bears in Alaska's National Parks
Whether you are looking for a great wildlife viewing destination, the opportunity to see bears in the wild, or hoping to do some flightseeing, be sure to visit Alaska's Lake Clark National Park. You can get to Lake Clark in a day from Anchorage or Homer on the Kenai Peninsula.
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An Unforgettable Adventure: 8 National Parks in Alaska
Alaska's Gates of the Arctic, Kobuk Valley, Kenai Fjords, Denali, Wrangell St. Elias, Lake Clark, Katmai, and Glacier Bay National Parks are some of the most remote and wild national parks in the US. Visit them all at once or split your trips to Alaska, taking in a few Alaskan parks by train, boat or plane.