Alaska The Great Land Support Environment

Alaska's Parks

Fifty-eight percent of Alaska is federal land managed by the Department of the Interior (Fish and Wildlife Service, National Park Service and Bureau of Land Management. The National Park Service alone manages 54 million acres as parks (17 units), preserves, and monuments, including 20,000 protected river miles.

Alaska Glacier Park

Take Glacier National Park E-Hikes - Did you know that if current trends continue, some scientists have predicted that by the year 2030, there will be no more glaciers in Glacier National Park due to global climate change.

Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve

Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve - This spectacular wilderness includes the continent's largest assemblage of glaciers, and greatest collection of peaks above 16,000 feet, including 18,008’ Mount St. Elias, the second highest peak in the United States.

Katmai National Park & Preserve - Katmai was created in 1918 to preserve the famed Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes, a spectacular forty square mile, 100 to 700 foot deep ash flow deposited by Novarupta Volcano. 

State Marine Parks in Prince William Sound and Resurrection Bay  - This area is a boater’s paradise. Fiords, bays, coves, lakes, glaciers, mountains and hundreds of islands provide a rich and unspoiled beauty. 

Denali National Park - Visit Denali National Park and enjoy wildlife and breathtaking view points or take take interesting tundra wilderness tour. Denali National Park is home to North America's largest mountain, Mount McKinley. Flightseeing Mt. McKinley is also a very special treat for your eyes.

Beringian Heritage International Park Program

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Alaska: Places To Visit

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Alaska State Parks

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