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FJORD YOUR OWN PATH ALASKA NATIONAL PARKS

Witness the wild wonder of Alaskan national parks.
From the pine-covered taiga forests to the long, narrow fjords that run through massive glaciers, Alaska's national parks comprise all different kinds of terrain and ecosystems. Visit Alaska and witness the pristine landscape of Denali National Park, or watch for breaching whales in the waters of Misty Fjords National Monument. For more adventure, zip-line through the treetops of Gulf Islands National Park, or kayak down the ice-covered waters of Glacier Bay National Park. However, you decide to explore, you're sure to find a thrill in the untouched landscape of one of Alaska's national parks during your vacation.

GLACIAL PROPORTIONS
Most known for its glaciers, Glacier Bay National Park is also an ideal spot to watch for baby seals. Keep an eye out for mother seals depositing their little ones on floating chunks of ice while they hunt, but feel free to kayak through the icy waters nearby for a close look at these fierce animals.   

WRANGELL UP THE WILD
Wrangell-St. Elias National Park is the largest National Park in the United States, and it's home to Hubbard Glacier, an imposing, active tidewater glacier. Spend the day cruising near this massive river of ice among graceful porpoises, or trek up one of the 18,000-foot volcanic mountains that line the park to see moose and bears. There's no shortage of adventure — or stunning views — in this national park.
KENAI SHOW YOU PARADISE?
If you're looking for a bit of everything, visit Kenai Fjords National Park, a 1,047-square-mile location where the ocean touches mountains and massive glaciers. Board a smaller vessel for an up-close view of the park, where you can see groups of sea otters basking in the icy sunshine of Resurrection Bay, or board a flightseeing plane to get an eagle-eye view of paradise.

FIND HOME ON THE RANGE
Rising up from the Alaska Range in the heart of the state stands Denali, the tallest mountain in North America, which presides over Denali National Park. With more than six million acres of rugged, natural beauty, Denali National Park offers no shortage of adventure, from climbing the steep Polychrome Pass on the eastern side of the Polychrome Mountains to walking among the pine trees of the park's stunning taiga forest.

THERE'S GOLD IN THEM HILLS
At the end of the 19th century, the city of Skagway sprung into existence to support the Klondike Gold Rush prospectors. Catch a ride on the White Pass rail tour to travel on the route through the Boundary Ranges of northern Alaska, listening to guides tell the history of how prospectors sought their fortune.
KICK IT IN KATMAI
If you're hoping to explore Alaska by foot, check out the five miles of maintained trails winding throughout Katmai National Park and Preserve, or if you're even more adventurous, feel free to take a guided tour through the untouched parts of the wilderness park. Just be sure to keep an eye out for brown bears along the way.



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ALASKA'S NATIONAL PARKS

Seek out the stunning landscapes and soothing waters of the Alaskan national parks. From Glacier Bay to Misty Fjords, these parks offer a chance to walk among wildlife and witness the majesty of looming glacial walls. You can have it all in Alaska.
Alaskan Fjord with Glacier in the Background.

YOU CAN A-FJORD THIS ADVENTURE

Watch for wildlife as you cruise through enchanting fjords, narrow inlets surrounded by massive glacial walls. At places like Misty Fjords or Kenai Fjords, you'll sail across the edge of where mountains, volcanic formations and turquoise waters converge. Be sure to snap a photo while you're there.


Icy Strait Point Beach, Alaska.

VACATION TO THE VILLAGES

Enter the Alaskan national parks through the beautiful Village of Hoonah, located near Icy Strait Point on Chichagof Island. Visit the village to take part in a traditional Tlingit dance performance, or watch for whales as they wave from the surrounding waters.


PARK YOURSELF IN PARADISE

The stunning variety in untouched landscape, and the wildlife that calls it home, is a large part of the charm and draw of Alaska.

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WHAT TO KNOW
BEFORE YOU GO
Embrace Alaska

While Alaska is most well-known for its natural beauty, it also has some fascinating cultural history. To witness Alaskan culture firsthand, be sure to interact with the natives. Learn the local folklore, and leave Alaska with great stories and even better memories. Dine on Alaskan salmon jerky, a local delicacy, before you enter into the depths of the Alaska national parks.

The cultures of Alaska's indigenous peoples are informed and shaped by the terrain in which they live, and in many areas, such as the 33-mile Chilkoot Trail, you'll find that people also shaped the terrain. You'll find wilderness and history teeming within every inch of the Alaskan landscape.

Insider Tips

1 Most of Alaska's national parks are only open with very limited services in winter and even into the spring and fall; late May through mid-September is the best time to go — and luckily, Royal Caribbean cruises to Alaska depart during the summer months.
2 Entrance fees are low or nonexistent: Denali is $10 per person, and Glacier Bay National Park is free to visitors.
3 If you're planning to hike spots like Bartlett Cove in Glacier Bay National Park, pack rubber boots: Though you're here to see the ice, the trails themselves can be muddy.

RELATED PORTS

Whether you're interested in hiking through a forest, trekking to glaciers or a shopping spree downtown, the towns along Alaska's inside passage provide a variety of adventurous activities. Ports such as Juneau and Ketchikan are each small cities with their own personalities. Anchorage is the state's largest city and a gateway to the rest of the state. Denali National Park takes you out of the city altogether, into a wilderness full of spruce forests and snow-capped mountain peaks.

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