Lake Clark National Park and Preserve Scenic Vistas

Lake Clark National Park and Preserve protects approximately 4 million acres of undisturbed public land representing a microcosm of Alaska ecological resources characterized by scenic vistas such as; rugged mountain peaks and spires, glaciers, an ocean coast, deep valleys and lakes, high tundra, wild rivers, and a wide cross-section of flora and fauna.

Most visitors to the park and preserve experience scenic vistas by flying in by small airplane and either hiking, boating, fishing, or camping in the area.

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