Lake Clark National Park Traveler Pin

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Lake Clark National Park Traveler Pin

6.00

Pin Size: 1-1/8" Tall

Lake Clark National Park and Preserve was founded as part of the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act in 1980. This park and adjoining preserve protect 4 million acres of ancient culture, pristine glacial lakes, salmon-filled rivers, coastline and the convergence of three mountain ranges. Two volcanoes are located within the park: Mount Redoubt, standing 10,197 feet high, is the tallest peak in the Aleutian Range; its most recent activity was recorded in 1989 and 2009. To the southwest, Mount Iliamna, standing 10,016 feet high, has not erupted in known history. Without roads, the park is accessible only by plane or boat, offering a true backcountry experience.  

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