Denali National Park
Denali National Park and Preserve hosts some of the densest grizzly bear habitat per square mile in the world. Many visitors are lured to this park to see a mighty grizzly bear (Ursus arctos) in the wild. Bears roam the high alpine tundra, feeding on vegetation and other small animals. Occasionally, a bear will kill a larger animal like a caribou or moose, but this is far less common. Denali’s summit crowns the Alaska Range at 20, 320 ft., making it North America’s tallest mountain. A grizzly bear resting on the tundra in front of this iconic massif captures the essence of true wilderness.
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