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Alaska Peninsula Trip Planner

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Welcome to Alaska Peninsula!

The Alaska Peninsula, the state's southernmost region, extends roughly 500 mi (805 km) and offers a distinctive, isolated environment rife with natural wonders and some of the most scenic destinations in the United States. Home to a number of Alaska's large lakes, Katmai National Park can be found at the top of the peninsula and is known for its fishing and wildlife viewing opportunities. The park is also world famous as a place to witness brown bears feasting on salmon from local rivers. Adak is a town located near the end of the Alaska Peninsula in the Aleutian Islands. This town sits halfway between Seattle, Washington, and Japan, and is approximately 1400 mi (2253 km) from Magadan in Russia. Adak is a great destination for travelers seeking to immerse themselves in Alaskan isolation. Experience the secluded beauty that can only be found on the Alaska Peninsula.

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