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Alaska has been called “The Last Frontier,” and at Lake Clark National Park and Preserve that holds true. This backcountry park – accessible by boat or aircraft – has no roads or campgrounds and only one hiking trail. For the intrepid few who reach this remote gem, solitude reigns in a land of immense glaciers, active volcanoes and boreal forests. Photo of crimson tundra on Tanalian Mountain looking towards Port Alsworth and Lake Clark by National Park Service. Posted on Tumblr by the US Department of the Interior, 10/4/16.

Alaska has been called “The Last Frontier,” and at Lake Clark National Park and Preserve that holds true. This backcountry park – accessible by boat or aircraft – has no roads or campgrounds and only one hiking trail. For the intrepid few who reach this remote gem, solitude reigns in a land of immense glaciers, active volcanoes and boreal forests. Photo of crimson tundra on Tanalian Mountain looking towards Port Alsworth and Lake Clark by National Park Service. Posted on Tumblr by the US Department of the Interior, 10/4/16.

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Posted October 21, 2016 by henrymowry in National Parks

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