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Lake Clark National Park

Created in 1980 to protect the amazing scenery, abundant wildlife and traditional lifestyles of its residents, Lake Clark has been hailed as Alaska’s epitome and for Alaska Alpine Adventures it remains home.

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Denali National Park

Denali National Park encompasses 6 million acres of Alaska’s wilderness, and is often seen as the crown jewel of the National Park System.

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Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve

Designated as a National Wild and Scenic River, the Charley offers varied and spectacular scenery as well as unspoiled wilderness.

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Wrangell-St. Elias National Park

Wrangell-St. Elias is home to the continent’s largest assemblage of glaciers, the second highest peak in the US, and the greatest number of peaks above 16,000 feet.

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Gates of the Arctic National Park

Gates of the Arctic National Park, despite being the recipient of frequent media attention over the past 45 years, remains one of the most remote and unspoiled places on earth.

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Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

ANWR is one of the least visited and remote areas left in North America, and, despite the media attention it receives, it offers the opportunity for unparalleled exploratory adventure.

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Katmai National Park

Katmai National Park is home to the largest brown bear population in the world, the spawning grounds of millions of sockeye salmon, and contains evidence of one of the world's most powerful volcanic eruptions.

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Prince William Sound

Part of Alaska's pristine and abundant marine ecosystem, Prince William Sound offers a wonderland of fjords, islands, glaciers, waterfalls, tideland estuaries, among the spectacular backdrop of Alaska's mighty Chugach Range.

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Kenai Fjords National Park

From its miles of coastline to surreal glacially carved valleys, this National Park gem is not to be missed.

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Aniakchak National Monument

Aniakchak offers amazing hiking, incredible rafting, and some of the wildest weather in Alaska in one of the least visited and most remote units of the National Park System.

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Denali State Park

Denali State Park is known for its miles of uninterrupted wilderness, countless species of wildlife, and striking views of the North America’s tallest peak, Mt. McKinley.

Alaska Alpine Destinations

Lake Clark National Park Lake Clark National Park
Created in 1980 to protect the amazing scenery, abundant wildlife and traditional lifestyles of its residents, Lake Clark has been hailed as Alaska’s epitome and for Alaska Alpine Adventures it remains home.
Katmai National Park Katmai National Park
Katmai National Park is home to the largest brown bear population in the world, the spawning grounds of millions of sockeye salmon, and contains evidence of one of the world's most powerful volcanic eruptions.
Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
ANWR is one of the least visited and remote areas left in North America, and, despite the media attention it receives, it offers the opportunity for unparalleled exploratory adventure.
Gates of the Arctic National Park Gates of the Arctic National Park
Gates of the Arctic National Park, despite being the recipient of frequent media attention over the past 45 years, remains one of the most remote and unspoiled places on earth.
Kenai Fjords National Park Kenai Fjords National Park
From its miles of coastline to surreal glacially carved valleys, this National Park gem is not to be missed.
Wrangell St. Elias National Park Wrangell St. Elias National Park
Wrangell-St. Elias is home to the continent’s largest assemblage of glaciers, the second highest peak in the US, and the greatest number of peaks above 16,000 feet.
Yukon Charley National Preserve Yukon Charley Rivers National Preserve
Designated as a National Wild and Scenic River, the Charley offers varied and spectacular scenery as well as unspoiled wilderness.
Denali National Park Denali National Park
Denali National Park encompasses 6 million acres of Alaska’s wilderness, and is often seen as the crown jewel of the National Park System.
Denali State Park Denali State Park
Denali State Park is known for its miles of uninterrupted wilderness, countless species of wildlife, and striking views of the North America’s tallest peak, Mt. McKinley.
Aniakchack National Monument Aniakchak National Monument
Aniakchak offers amazing hiking, incredible rafting, and some of the wildest weather in Alaska in one of the least visited and most remote units of the National Park System.