Lake Clark National Park and Preserve is a place where there is no shortage of stunning landscapes. We invite you to take a virtual tour with these interactive panoramas to sample for yourself some of the astounding beauty and diversity of the park.
Click the camera icons on the map or on the thumbnails below to start exploring the park. Some panoramas contain links to other views.
Snipe Lake Weather Station
This is a 360 degree view of Snipe Lake and the Bonanza Hills from the weather station located at 2,315 ft. above sea level. Current weather observations are available here. There are several NPS remote weather stations in Lake Clark National Park and other parks in the area.
Bear Viewing at Silver Salmon Creek
Did You Know?
Lake Clark is 1056 feet deep and covers 128 square miles. Thousands of years ago, the lake (and nearby Lake Iliamna) may have been open to salt water before being closed off by glacial outwash deposits.