Kobuk Valley National Park is located in northwestern Alaska. The park preserves numerous significant geographic features, such as the central portion of the Kobuk River, the 25 square mile Great Kobuk Sand Dunes and the Little Kobuk and Hunt River dunes.
There is a small number of national parks in America where sand dunes can be discovered. Kobuk Valley is the single park where you can find Arctic sand dunes.
Summer is the ideal time to visit. Days are long and temperatures in various places can surpass the 80s or higher. Ice breaks up on the Kobuk River in May and begins to reform by mid-October. Mid-June to late July is best for wildflowers. August can bring rain and September snow. In late August, the trees begin to turn yellow and the caribou migration commences.
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