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Turquoise Lake

Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, AK
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US$680.00*
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Alaska Bear Country Day Trip to Katmai or Lake Clark by Airplane
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6 Oct 2015
“Incredible Views”
22 Sep 2015
“Lake Clarke Air is like no other!”
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Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, AK
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Reviewed 6 October 2015

Incredible views and some of the best campsites I have ever seen. Unfortunately, the campgrounds were closed when we were there, even though it was still in September and the weather was warm. Well groomed trails and campsites along with sandy beaches and common areas...More

Thank Jester122
Reviewed 22 September 2015

Breathtaking. Had a brown bag lunch on some rocks on the shore of this amazing place and it was the finest dining I've ever had.

Thank sdmagnolia
Reviewed 28 July 2015

This place is part of Lake Clark NP. There're no roads within the park, nor there're any trails. If you are serious about backpacking this is the place to go. It does come with a price. Both, financially and emotionally. The single engine plane flight...More

Thank Andre B
Reviewed 25 June 2015

We camped at Turquiose Lake for five nights in early June. It was fantastic. Its a beautiful place for day hikes all around. We went with a small group organised by Alaska Alpine Adventures, a fantastic small company who know Lake Clark NP very well....More

Thank Katie G
Reviewed 9 July 2014

This tour was to meet 2 of our requirements on our visit to Alaska. First, to take off in a float plane and, second, to see bears in their natural habitat. The plane took off from Lake Hood near Anchorage and flew along the Cook...More

5  Thank eccarv
Reviewed 6 November 2013 via mobile

Turquoise lake is an absolutely stunning treasure in the Leadville area. It is a huge lake of crystal clear water surrounded by pine forests and spectacular mountain views. I was there to try fishing but unfortunately had no luck. The parking was ample when I...More

Thank ColoradoR-B
Reviewed 4 March 2009

Turquoise Lake is one of my favorite destinations in Lake Clark National Park. It offers great caping. fishing, hiking, and photography opportunities. With the rugged mountains, alpine tundra, and glaciers, it is an ideal destination.

4  Thank galsworth
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