Muncho Lake is in the Terminal Range, the end of the Rocky Mountains. The Rockies don’t extend into Alaska; they stop in northern B.C. The alluvial fans, vast flows of rock and gravel disappeared as I drove north and were replaced with conifer forest, lower elevations and relatively flat land.
I crossed the Liard River and arrived in the Provincial Park and campground complete with natural hot springs. The weather at the lower elevation was warmer and after one last rain, the sun came out.