Natural attractions of Aleutian Islands are part of the attractions of Alaska. It shall be granted that these islands are the northern boundary of Pacific Ocean, consist of 14 large islands of volcanic nature and over 50 small arranged in line with a length of 2000 km.
By 1867 Aleutian Islands were part of the territory of Russia and then the United States. The climate is humid ocean with lots of fog. Winter is about 8 months. In summer, which runs from late April to early September grown crops. Almost no trees except for a few species of willow, pine and fir.
Some travelers find great resemblance to the Aleutian Islands Falkland Islands. We will not see predatory animals except foxes and colonies of seabirds abound.
Natural attractions in the Aleutians are not very known but are well preserved because the human impact is small. This is due to unfavorable living conditions and remoteness from large industrial cities.
There are several large waterfalls such as Okmok Falls, which you can visit in the summer, because they are frozen for much of the year. Every island has at least one big volcano such as Makushin Volcano, but the trail to the summit of the volcano will.
For tourists and nature lovers can give advice that can best see the Aleutian Islands if hired plane. Thus saving time and effort to visit separately each of the islands and volcanoes. Here's a short list of the most interesting and beautiful natural attractions of the Aleutian Islands: Aniakchak Crater, enter into Aniakchak National Park with Surprise Lake.
Arrigetch Peaks, granite mountains that are located in the Arctic National Park. Clarence Rhode National Park, part of southwestern Alaska. These are the largest wetlands in the Aleutian Islands, home to many ducks and geese mate here.
Shishaldin Volcano, located in the eastern Aleutian Islands, the highest volcano on the island of Unimak height 2857 m. Simeonof National Wildlife Refuge, hundreds of islands scattered in the Pacific Ocean habitat for many species of mammals, birds and sea otters.
An interesting fact is what happened with the local population, which was very large before the Aleutian Islands to become a possession of the United States? The most likely reason for this prohibition to fish and game, because most of the islands included in the reserves and national parks.