Slide behind the wheel of a 4WD Jeep Wrangler with Alaska Travel Adventures for an off-the-beaten-path guided exploration into the backcountry adjacent to Denali National Park, an area rich in gold - mining history, wildlife, and scenic wonders.
On the shores of the ice-laden Artic Ocean, Barrow is the northernmost town in the US, and Alaska's largest Eskimo village.
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No roads lead to Spencer Glacier. Combine a scenic Alaska Railroad trip with a gentle raft trip down the river which shoots out from under the glacier.
Stunning aerials taken from a helicopter flying over Kenai Fjords National Park (near Seward, Alaska).
Talented performers tell the story of Fanny Quigley, a pioneer in the Kantishna area, deep in Denali National Park. The actors and actresses do double duty as your servers for an all-you-can-eat buffet.
Visit and tour Iditarod Champion Mitch Seavey's homestead and go for a ride on a dog sled, voted "Best Sled Dog Ride and Tour in Alaska" by Alaska Magazine.
The story of how Susan Butcher and how she fell in love with Alaska
Meet the 70-year old man who's walked more of Alaska than any man alive
Set 7 miles south of "Glitter Gulch," McKinley Village Lodge offers a relaxed getaway with a friendly atmosphere and service!
Forget rental cars! Jump aboard the Alaska Railroad for rafting, fishing, and other day tour adventures from Anchorage.
Learn about the famous 1049-mile Iditarod Sled Dog Race! Hear tales from the trails and watch these impressive dogs perform and have fun!
Running under the same owner, these two restaurants attract the attentions of the locals with their reputation for a unique atmosphere and delicious seafood!
Play until well after midnight during the summer on this scenic course with views of 3 mountain ranges, including the world-famous Mt. McKinley! Don't be surprised when moose cross the fairway!
Learn about this high-tech odyssey that combines riddles, puzzles, geography and sleuthing skills in a seek-and-find game for the individual, family or group.
Find authentic Alaskan jewelry, as well as polished Alaskan coins and medallions at the Alaska Mint, home of the world's northern most coin press.
About 20 minutes from downtown Anchorage lies Alaska's most visited peak. The 45-minute hike brings you to a football-sized summit where you can take in panoramic views ranging from Mt. McKinley to the Aleutian Islands (on a clear day)
This world-famous furrier is the best place to find sensuous, stylish, warm Alaska fur coats and accessories. Celebrities from around the world come here.
Warmer than wool and finer than cashmere. Shop for lustrous garments made from the underhair of the musk ox. Meet the Alaska native knitters.