Normally, when we think of sand dunes, we think of places like the Sahara, Death Valley or other deserts, but believe it or not, there are actually sand dunes above the Arctic Circle! Believed to be the result of glacier activity, three areas of sand dunes comprise about 20,000 acres in Kobuk Valley National Park in Alaska. The site of numerous caribou, grizzly bears and other animals, the park is a wild place, with no roads, trails or campgrounds. Roughly the size of the state of Delaware, this wilderness park has plenty to explore for those who are skilled and experienced in backcountry trekking.
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