We saw this very pale grizzly during the six hour bus ride from the entrance of Denali National Park to our lodgings at the Kantishna Road House. The park is bigger than the state of Massachusetts. Private cars are not allowed. The bus was operated by the Road House. Although the bus ride was long, it was very scenic and full of wildlife. Denali is like a North American version of the Serengeti Plains with the emphasis on north. We were at 62.5 °N, only about 200 miles from the Arctic Circle. Although it never gets completely dark at this latitude in June, the late afternoon light was weak. My attempt to get a photo of the bear raising its head was ruined by motion blur. The grizzlies of the interior are smaller and paler than their salmon-fed coastal relatives. Although the bear was peaceful, and it did not seem to notice us, I was glad to have the relative safety of the bus. Only 20% of visitors to Denali see bears, so we were lucky. On the way out, we saw a female grizzly with a cub.