The Becharof National Wildlife Refuge is a diverse and beautiful place that includes the largest lake in the Refuge system, an active volcano, unusual geological features, historically significant landmarks, and a federally-designated Wilderness. From the windswept Pacific coast to the rugged peaks of the Kejulik Mountains and iconic Mt. Peulik volcano. the scenery is magnificent. Becharof Lake nurtures one of Bristol Bay’s largest sockeye salmon runs, part of the foundation for the regional economy. Wildlife is easily viewed, whether by plane, from the banks of a salmon stream, or hiking the ancient Kanatak Trail. Plan an unforgettable visit here.

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