September is a beautiful time in Denali. The tundra is vibrant with fall foliage, brilliant in color and ever changing weather conditions and lighting. Every step brings more breath-taking beauty and discovery, and it is especially exciting to experience some of the plants in the tundra up close.
We are headed for that distant shelf ridge you see in the above images, to rest for lunch along its edge and enjoy the view created by the glacial rivers. Along the way we stopped to sample the wild bog blueberries.
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Denali National Park and Preserve
Alaska wild berries