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  • early morning view of Wonder Lake and Mt. Mckinley in Denali

    Morning view of Wonder Lake and Mt. McKinley in Denali National Park
    A visit to Denali National Park and Preserve and its crown jewel, Mount McKinley, is at the top of many Alaska visitors' "must-do" lists. Here, the 20,237-foot mountain - the tallest in North America - is reflected in the still waters of Wonder Lake. (Photo: Michael DeYoung) Find out more

  • Humpback whale in Southeast Alaska

    Humpback whale in Southeast Alaska
    Wildlife viewing is among the most popular activities in Alaska, whether on land or at sea. Here, a humpback whale's tale is seen as it prepares to dive deep below the surface. Each summer, thousands of humpbacks migrate to Alaska's rich waters to feed. (Photo: Mark Kelley) Find out more

  • Glacier Bay National Park

    Glacier Bay National Park
    Lofty mountain peaks, ice-sculptured fjords, an abundance of marine wildlife and massive tidewater glaciers make the Top 10 list of things to see in Alaska and glacier cruises the best way to accomplish that. (Photo: Michael DeYoung) Find out more

  • Glenn Highway, fall view of Lion's Head and Chugach Mountains

    Glenn Highway, fall view of Lion's Head and Chugach Mountains
    Driving in the Last Frontier is unlike driving anyplace else in the country. Spectacular views, majestic lakes and rivers, towering mountains, glaciers, wildflowers and wildlife are all an exciting part of the Alaska Driving experience. (Photo: Michael DeYoung) Find out more

  • Chugach Mountains and Matanuska River near Matanuska Glacier

    Chugach Mountains and Matanuska River near Matanuska Glacier
    Spectacular scenery is synonymous with Alaska so be sure to have your camera ready. By road, rail or air the beauty is endless. Alaska’s national and state parks provide ample opportunities to explore and experience the Last Frontier. (Photo: Michael DeYoung) Find out more

  • Tlingit Ceremonial Dress

    Tlingit Ceremonial Dress
    A Tlingit performs a traditional raven dance in Southeast Alaska. Native culture in Alaska is as diverse as the land with five distinct Native groups, each rich in tradition, dance and arts. (Photo: Robin Hood) Find out more

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