home to Mt. McKinley, North America's highest mountain, known to the native Athabascan Indians as 'Denali'.
Located at the base of the Alaskan Peninsula, it's home to a huge number of Alaskan brown bears.
The park is best known for its massive glaciers, but is also an ideal destination for those seeking wildlife, kayaking, or simply a chance to get away.
A National Monument in Alaska, this fjord is so narrow that is can only be explored by kayak, cruise ships being to large.
Located between Alaska and Yukon Bay in Canada, Hubbard is one of the largest glaciers in the world.
Taking a cruise here you'll see an awe-inspiring scenery and a very diverse wildlife.