Alaska offers once-in-a-lifetime experiences unrivaled by any other destination in the world. Known as America’s “Last Frontier”, Alaska is home to some of the largest national parks and forests in the U.S. The rugged wilderness, breathtaking views, and wild adventures will entice you to return and experience something new each time. From world-class fishing, to endless outdoor activities year-around, to viewing wildlife first-hand in its natural habitat, there is something for everyone in the family in Alaska.
Find accessible glaciers, 1,500 resident moose, views of Mount McKinley and 482 km of wilderness trails all in one place. At the heart of air, road and rail travel in Alaska, Anchorage has phenomenal access to national parks and countless outdoor adventures. The city blends the best of these natural wonders with urban amenities including tax-free shopping, a wide range of accommodations and a surprising culinary diversity.Read More
Denali National Park & Preserve is the epitome of rugged wilderness. It spans nearly six million acres and is home to the tallest peak in North America, Mt. McKinley (20,237 ft) – also referred to as Denali, which is Athabascan for “The High One”. Wildlife sightings are a big draw to the park and may include moose, caribou, brown bears, Dall sheep or wolves, to name a few. The park offers something for every traveler whether they’re looking to go “off the grid” and backcountry camp, stay in a comfortable lodge with all the amenities or just pass through for the day.Read More
With the midnight summer sun shining nearly 24 hours a day, Fairbanks is bursting with energy and things to do. Pan for gold, float the Chena River, mingle with reindeer, cool off in an ice museum, take a hike and look for birds and wildlife, or be inspired by art galleries, museum and historic sites. August 21 through April 21, during aurora season, view the shimmering light of the aurora borealis, along with a host of other activities and events unveiled during the winter. Called the “Golden Heart City,” visitors find Fairbanks inviting, engaging and awe-inspiring.Read More
Discover Seward, a picturesque town nestled on the shores of Resurrection Bay, where mountains rise majestically from crystal blue waters. Honored three times as an "All-American City", Seward is now over 100 years old, and reflects the spirit of the Alaskan pioneer. Art lover, food aficionado, fishing expert, or someone in awe of nature's wonders, you will find something magnificent in Seward. When you are ready to experience our great state - Alaska Start's Here®!Read More
Just 60 miles south of Anchorage and a short 2.5 mile ride through the Anton Anderson Memorial Tunnel brings you to Whittier. This seaside town is the Tip of the Iceberg to Great Adventure in Prince William Sound. From Whittier you can enjoy the best of Alaska, including; hiking, kayaking, glacier cruising, wildlife watching, fishing, shrimping, diving, hunting, berry picking, snow machining, biking, history tour walking, dining, shopping, ferry riding, paddle boarding, bird watching, cabin cruising, sailing. . . and sitting enjoying the awe inspiring views of Prince William Sound.Read More
Alaska is BIG, 3.75 million acres to be exact. And the opportunities for adventure and unparalleled experiences are just as endless. While Alaska is known for its wildlife, glaciers and mountains, the hospitality, culture and unique way of life will leave you with memories to last a lifetime.
Alaska is BIG! When planning your trip allow enough time for the region(s) you want to see and the things you want to do. All you need to do is determine what type of activities and adventures top your must do list and choose the region(s) that offer those experiences.
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