Experience the Arctic Circle on American soil at Kobuk Valley National Park—one of the most remote places in the park system. With no roads or facilities of any kind within the park, traveling here requires special planning and advanced backcountry experience—but the rewards are literally huge. See vast, pristine, awe-inspiring landscapes, including three major sand dune systems covering more than 20,000 acres.
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Blog Post Protecting an Amazing Migration A proposed mining road would cut through national park land critical to one of the longest land migrations on Earth and harm communities that depend on Arctic caribou for food.
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Blog Post Protecting the Value of Wild Places Alaska is home to some of the last untamed landscapes in the country — but a proposed mining road could forever slice through part of the Brooks Range and harm two Arctic parks.