Denali National Park and Preserve in Alaska was the first national park established to conserve wildlife.


Home of the tallest mountain in North America, the former Mount McKinley National Park was founded by Congress in 1917. Its name changed in 1980 as its boundaries expanded to more than 6 million acres. A third of its rugged interior is designated federal wilderness.

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