Denali National Park and Preserve
A moose trots across the snow-covered ground of a tundra (or flat, frigid expanse of land), where winter temperatures can dip to minus 40ºF. The only sound the moose can hear in this cold, quiet area is a whipping wind and ice crunching underfoot. The spot is part of Alaska’s six-million-acre Denali National Park and Preserve. Boasting beautiful wildlife and scenery—including a 20,310-foot-high peak called Denali—this park is the height of coolness.