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    Kobuk Valley

    National Park Alaska

News

The National Park Service makes every effort to keep the public informed about news events, special and recurring events, projects, and accomplishments which occur within and around the units of the Park Service.

Kobuk Valley National Park provides press releases to local newspapers, radio, and social media outlets. In addition, current and past news releases will be posted here on the park web site. For all press inquiries, contact the park by calling (907) 442-3890 or by e-mail.

Did You Know?

Image of three yellow tents contrast with a blue sky, white clouds, a rounded gray mountain, and red, autumn shrubs at a backcountry camp.

The highest peak in Kobuk Valley National Park is Mt. Angayukaqsraq, elevation 4760 feet. This peak is part of the Baird Mountains, which is in the southern section of the Brooks Mountain Range.