Some popular destinations in Alaska
Anchorage is the perfect destination for outdoor
activities of all kinds. Alaska's largest city, Anchorage is a contemporary
city with fine dining, top rated theater arts, shopping, and a variety of accommodations
ranging from rustic cabins to four-star hotels, bed and breakfasts to vacation
The Capital of Alaska has its roots deep in Alaska's Gold Rush days. Juneau
is home to waterways, lush rain forests, high mountain lakes, glaciers plus
all the cultural amenities that make this a great city.
Denali National Park
Denali is Alaska's most visited National Park
and home to the continent's highest mountain, Mount McKinley at 20,320'.
Denali's more than six million acres are home to large mammals such as grizzly
bears, wolves, Dall sheep, caribou and moose.
Discover the rich experience that awaits you breathtaking wilderness,
majestic wildlife, outdoor adventure, cultural heritage and most of all, some
of the friendliest people in the world. The rivers, lakes and streams are famous
for sportfishing. Fishing is excellent year round including winter when a visitor
can ice fish for salmon or trout on a peninsula lake.
Fairbanks is Alaska's second largest city. Recreational
activities include fishing, boating, hiking, camping, rafting, skiing, and dog
mushing. Races in the area include the Yukon Quest Sled Dog Race and the Open
North American Championship Sled Dog Race.
Ketchikan is the fourth largest city in Alaska.
Known as Alaska's Sportfishing Capital, fishing enthusiasts will be able to
test their skill against five species of salmon, halibut, cod and snapper and
a variety of freshwater trout. Camping, hiking, wildlife viewing, boating and
other outdoor activities are readily available.
Known as the 'Gateway to Kenai Fjords National Park', Seward
is a picturesque town located 126 miles south of Anchorage. Seward is a small
coastal known for its scenic views and numerous visitor attractions.