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National Parks in Alaska

The GANP is here to help you discover, explore, and learn more about the national parks in Alaska and why we need to protect them.

Denali National Park

Denali, also called Mount McKinley, is the tallest mountain in North America and the pinnacle attraction of Denali National Park.

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Gates of the Arctic National Park

Gates of the Arctic National Park is the furthest north national park in the United States and the second-largest in both Alaska and the US.

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Glacier Bay National Park

Glacier Bay National Park in Alaska is home to over 100 glaciers offering some of the best calving glacier experiences.

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Katmai National Park

Katmai National Park is home to the largest population of grizzly bears in the world and one of the best bear viewing spots in Alaska.

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Kenai Fjords National Park

Kenai Fjords National Park is renowned for Exit Glacier and the abundant fjords that shared the rugged Alaskan coastline.

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Kobuk Valley National Park

Kobuk Valley National Park is the furthest northwest national park in the US and is complete remoteness.

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Lake Clark National Park

Lake Clark National Park is renowned for the diverse ecosystems and abundance of Alaskan wildlife.

North America / United States / Alaska

Wrangell-St. Elias National Park

Wrangell-St. Elias National Park is the largest national park in the United States as well as the single largest wilderness area.

North America / United States / Alaska