Overlook the Nenana River in rustic elegance at this recently remodeled upscale resort, just one mile from the Denali Park entrance.
You'll find yourself clapping and singing along with the talented cast, which includes Walter Harper — the first Alaska Native to set foot on the summit of Mount McKinley.
Does mountain climbing fascinate you? Talk with and watch a demonstration of a real mountaineer!
Get a close-up look at one of the world's engineering marvels.
It's a fascinating look at computers and a fun hands-on visit to see what these magical machines can do.
This unique store sells one-of-a-kind bowls made from the sturdiest of all the Alaskan hardwoods: the birch tree.
Take the wheel of a four-wheel drive Kawasaki "Mule" and get ready for a real Alaska wilderness adventure!
Set on the banks of the Chena River, the 325-room lodge boasts all the atmosphere of a wilderness lodge, while maintaining luxury.
From Alaska Native art to polar dinosaurs, whatever your interest, you'll find something appealing on exhibit.
Enjoy the curiosity of a museum made of ice, then relax in the natural Chena Hot Springs!
With a variety of paddle sites to choose from, the trip is tailored to the destination where weather and wildlife trends are most favorable.
Pick your restaurant at the Alyeska Resort in Girdwood, Alaska.
Ever wanted to pet a porcupine or feed a moose?
This is a wonderful place to relax after, say, dog mushing on a glacier, or hiking the Winner Creek or Crow Pass Trail.
Haines and Skagway may be separated by 350 miles of road, but they're just a quick 35 minute trip on the Fast Ferry!
Experience Southeast Alaska from the water with this Sitka-based family-owned company in their fleet of over 20 vessels
Tour 50 acres of Southeast Alaska's lush rainforest… come and view their trademark upside down trees!
Learn about Alaska's native heritage straight from the source! Watch traditional dance, listen to storytelling, and more!