Denali State Park - Alaska, United States
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Denali State Park Alaska
This park, located 50 miles south of Denali National Park, offers hiking opportunities.
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Travel blogs from Denali State Park:
- ... Dani, der wieder zurück in die Heimat flog und wir zwei begaben uns weiter in Richtung Süden in den Denali State Park Da das Wetter noch einigermassen Stabil war, beschlossen wir spontan einen zwei Tages Back Country Trip zu unternehmen, welcher ...
- ... Very pleasant riding through the Denali State Park where the Mt ...
- ... We had decided we would stay a night at Denali State Park which is adjacent to the south of the National Park ...
- ... Good weather again meant we were able to view Mt McKinley in Denali state park even though it was 200 miles away ...
- ... Bob says he'll check it out if anything happens to me Next we drove to Denali State Park (not to be confused with the national park of the same name) ...
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Photos in this video:
- Ferns along trail at Denali State Park by Wmaxtman from a blog titled Saying goodbye to Denali National Park
- Mushrooms at Denali State Park by Wmaxtman from a blog titled Saying goodbye to Denali National Park
- Denali State Park by Nboersma from a blog titled Denali & Victory Ministries of Alaska
awesome things to do in Ketchikan Alaska | Frog Lake aka Ward Lake
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INSANELY LOUD! A few hundred or thousand frogs everywhere!
Reminds me of the biblical saying about the frogs falling from the sky except you can't see them! They only are active at night! It was creepy and uber loud!
If you are interested in going to the Ward Cove area, you will easily find access to Frog Pond also known as Frog Lake, and Ward Lake.
Be sure to go jus after sunset and stay till it gets dark. It is insanely creepy loud and awesome all at the same time!
Launching Cars Off a Cliff for 4th of July, Alaska Reality NO Hollywood Drama
Cars will fly on the 4th of July in Glacierview, Alaska. We hang out with The Alaska Life and celebrate the Fourth of July the Alaskan way (because there is too much daylight for fireworks).
Travel to Hatcher Pass, Alaska
Rock City Park Largest Outcropping of Quartz Conglomerate
Rock City Park has the largest outcropping of quartz conglomerate in the world! What a rockin' place!
As you can see from this video, Rock City Park has beautiful fall colors and offers visitors a great short hiking experience.
Rock City Park is a majestic geological spectacle of enormous rock formations and is often referred to as the Eighth Wonder of the World. This prehistoric ocean floor is the World’s largest exposure of quartz conglomerate (also called ocean spar or puddingstone) and attracts thousands of visitors yearly.
Rock City Park is part of the Cattaraugus County Geology Trail.
Rock City Park is in Cattaraugus County, the Enchanted Mountains of Western New York State. Find more to do in the Enchanted Mountains at
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Carlos E Rio's: Palmer Through Glenallen to McCarthy
Trip from Palmer to McCarthy, Alaska during the last week of August and the first week of Sept, 2010. Leaves are rapidly changing.
That's not water in a lake. Its the Matanuska Glacier. Hundreds of feet tall. Something certainly worth visiting!
Matanuska Glacier is a valley glacier in the U.S. state of Alaska. At 27 miles (39 km) long by four miles (6.4 km) wide, it is the largest glacier accessible by car in the United States. It is terminus is the source of the Matanuska River. It lies near the Glenn Highway about 100 miles (160 km) north=east of Anchorage. Matanuska Glacier is active and expands around one foot (30 cm) per day. It is open to the public from March to October 31. An unusual feature of the glacier is the presence of a weather hole, making the weather unusually clear and sunny.
The Old North State | Brand NC Video
What does North Carolina stand for? For us, North Carolina represents beautiful forests, great long range mountain views and beautiful streams and rivers. The state is ground zero for some of the greatest outdoor recreation activities in the entire country and we believe that in addition to the great people who call the state home, the wealth of outdoor activities is what makes North Carolina such a great place. When we think about North Carolina, what comes to mind are the very things that draw thousands of visitors each year to come and play. The great outdoors are part of what makes North Carolina, North Carolina!
This video is our submission to the 2014 Brand N.C. video contest. For more information, visit:
This video was produced using Adobe After Effects and features music by The Secession. Concept, script and voice over narration by Eric Crews. For more information, visit landofskymedia.com/
A nice drive from Hatcher Pass, AK
One sunny day in May of 2012
Sunday Stroll | RHS Garden Wisley
This is one colourful location! it's often the visitor attractions that are nearest to where you live that you don't actually visit.
I was curious to find out where Wisley was after seeing my mummy friends talk about it and what a surprise to find that it's only 15 mins away from us.
I headed out with my boys last weekend and so glad I did. There is something really calming about visiting gardens and I also discovered flowers I've never seen before.
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Nebraska State Capitol Building, Lincoln - Inside - 4K
The Nebraska State Capitol is the seat of government for the U.S. State of Nebraska and is located in downtown Lincoln. It was designed by New York architect Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue in 1920 and was constructed of Indiana limestone from 1922 to 1932. The capitol houses the primary executive and judicial offices of Nebraska and is home to the Nebraska Legislature—the only state unicameral legislature in the United States.The Nebraska State Capitol is often known as the Tower on the Plains, and its 400-foot (120 m) tower can be seen as far away as 20 miles. It was the first state capitol to incorporate a functional tower into its design