Mary T. in Anchorage is the lucky winner of our Knik River Lodge contest. She correctly identified to river in the photo we took out in Kamai National Park. It was the Ukak River that cuts like a hot knife through butter across the landscape of ash and pumice. The Valley of the 10,000 Smokes was the reason the park was created in the first place. Make sure you make plans to visit. Here’s a picture looking over the Ukak River canyon:
The Knik River Lodge is a quick getaway (just 50 miles from Anchorage) with private cabins–in the shadow of the Knik Glacier. Take a tour to the face of the glacier–that’s what Mary and a friend will be doing, courtesy of Hunter Creek Adventures .
Congratulations to Mary T. and thanks to everyone for playing!
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