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Who's ready to play? #Moose volleyball at #Denali National Park in #Alaska. Photo by Nathan Kostegian, #NationalPark Service.

Who's ready to play? #Moose volleyball at #Denali National Park in #Alaska. Photo by Nathan Kostegian, #NationalPark Service.

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It's that time of year when fall colors are cropping up at #LakeClark National Park (@lakeclarknps) in #Alaska, and it is gorgeous. Photo by J. Mills, #NationalPark Service.

It's that time of year when fall colors are cropping up at #LakeClark National Park (@lakeclarknps) in #Alaska, and it is gorgeous. Photo by J. Mills, #NationalPark Service.

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Lake Clark National Park & Preserve in Alaska is a land of stunning beauty. The park is home to volcanoes, salmon-filled streams, foraging bears and craggy mountains reflected in shimmering turquoise lakes. National Park Service photo.

Lake Clark National Park & Preserve in Alaska is a land of stunning beauty. The park is home to volcanoes, salmon-filled streams, foraging bears and craggy mountains reflected in shimmering turquoise lakes. National Park Service photo.

Fall at Denali National Park in Alaska means gorgeous autumn colors and hungry brown bears. To get ready their long winter sleep, bears spend the summer and fall packing on the pounds -- gorging themselves on salmon, berries and grass. Sleeping snugly in their dens, breathing only once a minute and dropping their heart rate to 8-10 beats a minute, bears will live on their fat stores during the dark, cold winter. Photo by Jacob W. Frank, National Park Service.

Fall at Denali National Park in Alaska means gorgeous autumn colors and hungry brown bears. To get ready their long winter sleep, bears spend the summer and fall packing on the pounds -- gorging themselves on salmon, berries and grass. Sleeping snugly in their dens, breathing only once a minute and dropping their heart rate to 8-10 beats a minute, bears will live on their fat stores during the dark, cold winter. Photo by Jacob W. Frank, National Park Service.

Set in a strikingly scenic valley where granite tors (chimney-like rock formations) rise to 100 feet, Serpentine Hot Springs is the most visited at Bering Land Bridge National Preserve in Alaska. The hot springs were formed when surface water or spring water seeped into the ground and was heated by hot rocks. Pictured here is sunset at Serpentine Hot Springs by Alyssa Enriquez, National Park Service.

Set in a strikingly scenic valley where granite tors (chimney-like rock formations) rise to 100 feet, Serpentine Hot Springs is the most visited at Bering Land Bridge National Preserve in Alaska. The hot springs were formed when surface water or spring water seeped into the ground and was heated by hot rocks. Pictured here is sunset at Serpentine Hot Springs by Alyssa Enriquez, National Park Service.

by Kent Miller A moose walks along reflection pond in front of Mt. McKinley in the back country of Denali National Park in #Alaska.

by Kent Miller A moose walks along reflection pond in front of Mt. McKinley in the back country of Denali National Park in #Alaska.

A journey to the far-flung lands of the #Alaska Maritime National #WildlifeRefuge can be difficult, but once you’re there, amazing sights are easy to find. While at the @USFWS refuge, look up to see clouds of seabirds. Explore velvety green tundra ablaze with flowers, sand beaches of every color and steaming volcanoes. And don’t forget to look down into the water, where sea life like this humpback whale are ready to astound you. Photo by Carol Williams (www.sharetheexperience.org).

A journey to the far-flung lands of the #Alaska Maritime National #WildlifeRefuge can be difficult, but once you’re there, amazing sights are easy to find. While at the @USFWS refuge, look up to see clouds of seabirds. Explore velvety green tundra ablaze with flowers, sand beaches of every color and steaming volcanoes. And don’t forget to look down into the water, where sea life like this humpback whale are ready to astound you. Photo by Carol Williams (www.sharetheexperience.org).

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