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  • Mountain: Glacier, Montana
    Friday, August 23
    9:51 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Established as a National Park in 1910, this park's location on the International border of the United States and Canada is what makes it stand out. Sharing over 100 million acres of land between the two countries, it has formed the world's first International Peace Park, Waterton Glacier, and is also the longest unguarded border on earth.
  • Volcanic: Haleakala
    Friday, August 23
    9:47 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    This National Park was established on the island of Maui, also known as "The Valley Isle" in 1916. Located here is the dormant Haleakala Volcano which is estimated to have last erupted between 1480 and 1600AD. The volcanoes historic explosions created today's main feature, the Haleakala Crater, which measures nearly 7 miles across, 2 miles wide, and 2,600ft deep.
  • Volcanic : Lassen
    Thursday, August 22
    9:50 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Approved by Congress as a National Park in 1916, this park is located in northeastern California and is named after its dominant volcanic feature, Lassen Peak. This volcano famously erupted over 300 times between the years of 1915 and 1917. Today, visitors of the park come to celebrate its 51 lakes, 150 miles of hiking trails, and peaks of nearly 11,000 feet high.
  • Alaska: Wrangell - St. Elias
    Thursday, August 22
    9:44 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Established in 1980 and located in the south central edge of Alaska, this National Park is home to the tallest peak in North America, Mt. Saint Elias, at 18,008 feet. Rich with copper ore, this land, measuring over 13,000 million acres, was once home to the mining town of Kennecott, until it closed in 1938. Today, visitors to the park can visit the abandoned mines and homes of these settlers.
  • Alaska: Kenai Fjords
    Wednesday, August 21
    9:50 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Located on the edge of the Kenai Peninsula, this National Park was established in 1980. It has over 40 glaciers, lush forest, sea lions, seals, thousands of birds and the largest puffin population in the world. The parks "crowning glory" is Harding Icefield which measures nearly 700 square miles in size and is one mile thick of solid ice.
  • Alaska: Glacier Bay
    Tuesday, August 20
    9:50 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Established as a National Park in 1910, this park's location on the International border of the United States and Canada is what makes it stand out. Sharing over 100 million acres of land between the two countries, it has formed the world's first International Peace Park, Waterton Glacier, and is also the longest unguarded border on earth.
  • Alaska: Denali
    Monday, August 19
    9:52 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Established in 1980, this National Park is located within interior Alaska and is centered on Denali, the highest mountain in North America. At a height of 20,320 feet, its tallest peak looms regally over the Alaskan wilderness of alpine tundra, braided streams, glaciers, Wonder Lake and the only road that leads through the park, stretching for 92 magnificent miles.
  • Alaska: Lake Clark
    Friday, August 16
    9:52 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Established as a National Park in 1980, this park is located in the south western part of the state. It is often called the "Essence of Alaska" because it contains the very best all of the other parks have to offer; salmon streams, lakes, waterfalls, snow capped volcanoes, mountains, and tundra.
  • Alaska: Katmai
    Wednesday, August 14
    9:50 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Located on a peninsula in southern Alaska is this National Park, established in 1980. This area was named "The Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes" in 1912 after volcano Novarupta's last major eruption left the land blanketed beneath 700 feet of pumice, ash and rock. Today, the park is flourishing, and is an important habitat for salmon and the brown bears.
  • Alaska: Kobuk Valley
    Tuesday, August 13
    9:55 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Located only 25 miles north of the Arctic Circle is this National Park, established in 1980. Despite the location, over 20,000 acres of the parks land is made up of sand dunes and temperatures here can rise to over 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Caribou will travel through these dunes during their migration season down to the river where they become game for the Eskimo, who are the only people permitted to hunt within the park.
  • Alaska: Gates of the Arctic
    Tuesday, August 13
    9:52 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    This park was established in 1980 and is the northernmost National Park in the United States. Annually, temperatures can drop to 70 degrees below zero during the winter and to a high of 90 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer. Visitors may be surprised to discover that within the 800 million acres of this park that there are no roads or trails.