Listen to the silence. The wind whispers in the grass blades and in the tall fir trees. Suddenly, a bird chirps, and there! You spot the little fox sparrow not far. If it hides quickly, turn your binoculars up as you may see a peregrine falcon soaring above.
In this national park, you will spend long hours in communion with nature, watching birds and animals. Your guide can take you on an excursion to see the fierce grizzly, the bison, and the large Alaska moose with its stately antlers.
The shy spare wolves may show themselves too. On the shore of the Krik Arm, the sea inlet close by, you may get lucky and spot dolphins and seals — maybe even a whale.