Like other national parks in Alaska, Lake Clark National Park and Preserve is a vast, largely untamed wilderness just waiting to be explored. Accessible only by boat or plane, the park's wild environment means it is teeming with wildlife. Be sure to take some binoculars with you, because hiking or backpacking here may very well get you within sight of brown bears, American black bears, and more.
Then visit the legacy of a true American outdoorsman, Richard Proenneke, who lived in this wilderness for some 30 years. A national historic site, his remote, handmade cabin is a must-see for anyone interested in wilderness living.
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