The @alaskanps takeover of remote and amazing #Alaska national parks wouldn’t be complete without a pic from Bering Land Bridge National Preserve. The park is home to larger-than-life landscapes like the Tors of Serpentine Hot Springs, which can be seen spread out across the tundra. These granite monoliths were formed by magma, trapped below ground, forming a coarse, soft granite. Over thousands of years, the elements have scoured out the land around the tors leaving these large structures standing prominently on the landscape. Photo by Derek Weir, #NationalPark Service (@alaskanps). #findyourpark #usinterior
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