Sand dunes over ten stories high in Alaska? Yep, you’ll find them at the Kobuk Valley National Park.
The grinding action of ancient glaciers created the sand that has been transported by wind and water to form the Kobuk Valley sand dunes.
Standing over 150 feet high, the sand dunes hold permafrost ice wedges and fossils of Ice Age mammals.
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