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Maps of Interior Alaska
Tanana Valley State ForestTetlin National Wildlife RefugeWrangell - St. Elias National Park and PreserveDenali State ParkDenali National Park and PreserveMinto Flats State Game RefugeNowitna National Wildlife RefugeInnoko National Wildlife RefugeInnoko National Wildlife RefugeChena River State Recreation AreaYukon-Charley Rivers National PreserveSteese National Conservation AreaYukon Flats National Wildlife RefugeKanuti National Wildlife RefugeKoyukuk National Wildlife RefugeSelawik National Wildlife Refuge
Interior Alaska

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The interior of Alaska provides numerous opportunities for recreation including Mount McKinley, the highest mountain in North America.

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Low mountains reflect on the calm waters of the Noatak River. Did You Know?
Entirely north of the Arctic Circle, the Noatak River runs 425 miles, from the glacial headwaters at 8276 ft Mount Igikpak in Gates of the Arctic National Park & Preserve, through the expansive Noatak National Preserve, to its mouth at the Chukchi Sea. Its name means 'passage to the interior.'