The Top 5 National Parks in Alaska

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Lake Clark National Park and Preserve includes almost all of the rugged Chigmit Mountains, which are located at the convergence of the Alaska and Aleutian mountain ranges in Southwest Alaska.  The Park and Preserve was created in 1980 under the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act. This act states that it is to be managed, "to protect the watershed necessary for the perpetuation of the red salmon fishery in Bristol Bay; to maintain unimpaired the scenic beauty and quality of portions of the Alaska Range and the  Aleutian Range, including volcanoes, glaciers, wild rivers, lakes, waterfalls, and alpine meadows in their natural state; and to protect habitats for and populations of fish and wildlife, including, but not limited to caribou, Dall sheep, brown/grizzly bears, bald eagles, and peregrine falcons."

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A breaching male humpback whale puts on an impressive show for visitors in Kenai Fjords National Park Alaska
Autumn on Telaquana Lake in Lake Clark National Park Alaska
Brilliant Colors of Denali National Park, Alaska

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Fall Tundra, Denali National Park, Alaska
Fall Tundra, Denali National Park, Alaska
Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska

Rainbow at the base of Takakkaw Falls, Yoho National Park alaska
Reid Glacier Glacier Bay National Park Alaska

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Calving glacier in Glacier Bay, national park, Alaska

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