I agree with those who were disappointed. The drive was 17 miles into the park. We learned about the history of the park, stopped at a remake of a log cabin with a Park Ranger in character from 1941, kind of silly, and at the end met a Native American who told us about her tribe and was the best part of the tour. We saw a mother and baby moose in amongst the trees, 2 caribou from a far distance and dall sheep, dots on a faraway mountain. I would recommend going on the longer Tundra Tour. Everyone we spoke with said it was well worth the 8 hours and that they saw lots of wildlife. The shorter tour was included in our trip so don't know the difference in cost.
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