Every Amazing Alaska National Park

Whether you’re looking for a full-blown adventure over glaciers or a few days spent spotting wildlife unique to the state, here are the top national parks in Alaska you need to visit during your trip.

Wildlife viewing is a treat at Kenai Fjords as well, with sightings of whales, orcas, seals, and many other animals being very common.

Kenai Fjords National Park

Not only will you get to see some of the best scenery at Denali, but you’ll also get access to plenty of hiking trails in case you want to park the car and explore further afield.

Denali National Park and Preserve

You’ll get to immerse yourself in a world of enormous glaciers, glorious snow-capped mountains, and pristine Alaskan wilderness.

Glacier Bay National Park

This drive provides wonderful views of the landscapes as well as the chance for plenty of wildlife encounters (you may get to spot bears, eagles, moose, and more).

Wrangell-St. Elias National Park

Aside from seeing glorious views of bears catching salmon, other wonderful things to do at Katmai include boating on Naknek Lake, hiking Dumpling Mountain.

You’ll be treated to expansive views of glaciers, mountains, and the ocean. Moreover, you’ll also find lakes, rivers, and even two active volcanoes!

Lake Clark National Park and Preserve

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