Official State of Alaska Vacation and Travel Information
2016 marked the 100th anniversary of national parks in the United States, and Alaska is one of the best places to celebrate. With 8 national parks, some of them covering more land than an entire European country (or two, or three), raw and wild nature is yours to explore. View wildlife such as grizzly bears and caribou herds, gawk at some of the tallest mountains in North America, or discover the history of a region at a comfortable visitor center. And the parks not only protect wild land and ecosystems, but also Alaska's rich cultural history.
We’ve highlighted some national parks from each of Alaska’s regions. Read More
Experience the majestic parklands of Alaska with this 12-day trip that begins with Denali National Park, home of the tallest peak in North America, Denali, and rolls into Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, the largest national park in the United States. The journey concludes with tours of Valdez, the McCarthy-Kennicott Copper Mine and the Mat-Su Valley. Read More
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