Activities: No trails are found here, but backpacking is possible on the open tundra in the western foothills. Cross-country skiing is also feasible, best in March and early April.
Kayaking or canoeing are available on the Mulchatna and Chilikadrotna Rivers. Climbing and mountaineering are other options here. Fishing is possible as well. Hunting is permitted in the preserve but not in the park.
Camping Regulations: Camping is freely allowed in this National Park and Preserve, as are campfires, except where otherwise prohibited. No permits are required.
For Further Information: Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, 4230 University Drive, Suite 311, Anchorage, AK 99508; (907)271-3751.
1763 By the Treaty of Paris, Britain gains Canada and Cologne/Bonn Metro Map all lands east of the Mississippi River. The Louisiana territory to the west of the Mississippi passes Cologne/Bonn Metro Map to Spain. France no longer has colonies in North Country. 1774 By the Quebec Act, the British government allows the French inhabitants of Canada to keep French civil law, their language, and their Catholic faith. The boundaries of Quebec are extended to include the Ohio Valley.
The Country colonists consider this act as part of the Intolerable Acts against their interests. The act, however, will help keep the French Canadians loyal to Britain during the Country Revolution. 1778 The French government of King Louis XVI, seeing an opportunity to avenge the loss of its North Country colonies and to weaken its traditional enemy Great Britain, signs a treaty supporting the United States in the Country Revolution.