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"America's Largest National Park"

With a stretch of millions of acres of land featuring the tallest of peaks and the deepest of oceanic waters, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve bears an astounding landscape quintessential to south-central Alaska. Summers seemingly go by in the blink of an eye, while winters make themselves at home at this park, the result of which is a frigid topography paving the way for an albescent wilderness. Cradling under the shadows of the snow-sheathed Wrangell Range, the sweeping terrains of the park are dissected by meandering, glacial rivers. Stippled across the park's expanse is an arsenal of rustic cabins, while a range of glaciers only adds to its frosty appeal. The park's pristine white expanse is enlivened by bursts of mosses and blueberries which lovingly co-exist with swathes of aspen, alder, willows, and spruce. The park's wintry terrains are traversed by a string of mammals including Arctic graylings, caribous, coyotes, beavers, Alaskan moose and wolves among others.
Off Old Richardson Highway, Copper Center, AK, United States, 99573
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"America's Largest National Park"
With a stretch of millions of acres of land featuring the tallest of peaks and the deepest of oceanic waters, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve bears an astounding landscape quintessential to south-central Alaska. Summers seemingly go by in the blink of an eye, while winters make themselves at home at this park, the result of which is a frigid topography paving the way for an albescent wilderness. Cradling under the shadows of the snow-sheathed Wrangell Range, the sweeping terrains of the park are dissected by meandering, glacial rivers. Stippled across the park's expanse is an arsenal of rustic cabins, while a range of glaciers only adds to its frosty appeal. The park's pristine white expanse is enlivened by bursts of mosses and blueberries which lovingly co-exist with swathes of aspen, alder, willows, and spruce. The park's wintry terrains are traversed by a string of mammals including Arctic graylings, caribous, coyotes, beavers, Alaskan moose and wolves among others.
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