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Tern Lake, near the town of Cooper Landing on the Kenai Peninsula. This small lake can be found at the intersection of the famous Seward Highway and the lesser known Stirling Highway. The Seward Highway runs between Anchorage and the small town of Seward on the eastern side of the peninsula. The Stirling Highway branches off this road and heads west, eventually ending in the town of Homer. Both roads are steeped in natural beauty on all sides, with varied ecosystems along the way.

The Kenai Peninsula is often considered a microcosm of the massive state of Alaska, with it's alpine vistas, remote lakes, deep forests, and massive glaciers. It is also home to a variety of wildlife including black bears, grizzly bears, Dall sheep, mountain goats, beavers, bald eagles, salmon, orcas, and the ever-present moose who often venture close to the road and cause many auto accidents each year.

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