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Aleutian Islands : parcs et nature

Les meilleures recommandations des habitants en matière de sites naturels

Parc
“Hiking in a gorgeous old growth forest. Pillboxes from WWII perched on cliffs with incredible outlooks. Good on a rainy or windy day as the big trees block the wind and rain. WWII museum open Saturdays (?) Also have guided tours intermittently and kids programs.”
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“Bear viewing with Emerald Air in Katmai National Park is stunning and a once in a lifetime experience you will never forget!”
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Beach
“Hiking trails and a beautiful long, flat beach with emerald water on sunny days.”
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Parc
“Beautiful place to check out in downtown Kodiak! Free film screenings, neat gifts and lots to see!”
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Parc
“Beautiful beaches and gorgeous views. There are a few hiking trails, but the fishing for red salmon is fantastic in June and July. There are picnic shelters and a wide sandy beach.”
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“The visitor center is a perfect introduction to the Kodiak NWRefuge. Within walking distance from the Cope Street property, a full-sized whale skeleton hangs from its ceiling, and a touchable relief map shows Kodiak's vast regional resources. Information about the bears, salmon and other wildlife is available, and it's all FREE. A lovely gift shop run by the Alaska Geographic Society offers some unique gifts.”
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Parc
“This gorgeous recreational site offers a look at the treeless side of Kodiak Island. Paved all the way out here, and beyond (to the Rocket Launch facility) , the river hosts many red salmon in a good year, and the beaches are quite sandy. Access is limited but it's a great drive and you'll see all kinds of wild life, buffalo, eagles and more. ”
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