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Wild Spaces: Extreme Alaska: Denali National Park

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Denali National Park
Just 200 miles from the Arctic Circle, Denali National Park in Alaska is home to the tallest mountain in North America and covers an incredible 6 million acres of wilderness. Grizzlies, wolves and moose roam this terrain, but it is its altitude that defines which wild conditions - and creatures - dominate. Join NGC to experience unique landscapes full of hidden wonders and witness epic struggles for survival during the harsh winters.

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