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Alaska Parks

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Alaska Parks

Alaska is home to some of the most stunning national and state parks in the United States, making it a nature lover's paradise. One must-see park is Denali National Park, where visitors can catch a glimpse of North America's tallest peak, Mount McKinley. With over six million acres of wilderness to explore, visitors can hike, camp, and spot wildlife such as grizzly bears and moose. Another popular park is Kenai Fjords National Park, known for its icy glaciers, marine wildlife, and fjords. Visitors can take boat tours to get up close and personal with the park's stunning landscapes.

Alaska boasts a total of 24 national parks and 3 state parks, offering a wide range of outdoor activities for visitors to enjoy. The state also has an impressive 3.2 million acres of designated wilderness area, providing ample opportunities for hiking, fishing, and wildlife viewing. With its vast and diverse landscapes, Alaska's parks offer a truly immersive experience for nature enthusiasts. Whether you're exploring the towering mountains of Wrangell-St. Elias National Park or kayaking through the pristine waters of Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska's parks are sure to leave you in awe of the state's natural beauty.

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For more than a decade, Snoflo has stood as a prominent steward of the great outdoors.

We strive to safeguard the essence of the great outdoors, aligning seamlessly with our mission in climate research and outdoor recreation. Our dedicated efforts focus on preserving the natural wonders of our nations parks for the benefit of present and future generations. Join us at as we continue our journey to protect, promote, and celebrate the unique intersection of environmental conservation and outdoor adventure.

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We are leveraging science, education, activism, and policy to support climate-resilient parks.

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We believe that parks are essential to the health, happiness, and quality of life for all people.

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