It should come as no surprise to the visitor that there are a lot of Glaciers in Glacier Bay National Park. Located just below the northeast corner of British Columbia, Glacier Bay is open only from May to September and reasonably remote.
Skagway is the end of the Alaska Marine Highway for ferry passengers up from the south and a destination for tourists down from Whitehorse in the Yukon. Skagway can have as many as 5,000 visitors through a day in summer. Attractions in Skagway include a street car tour of the well-kept downtown and a variety of buildings, parks and museums evocative of gold rush days.
Wrangell-St.Elias National Park and Preserve has some of the tallest mountains in North America. Despite the park's proximity to Anchorage, it is less visited than better known Denali. Consequently it appeals to those who want a bit more isolation without compromising on the scenery.
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