Alaska is the largest state in the US, located in the northwest corner of North America. Including thousands of outlying islands, Alaska boasts nearly 34,000 miles (54,720 km) of tidal shoreline.
The landscape is comprised of active volcanos, towering mountains, over 3 million lakes, and endless miles of glacier ice blanketing land and tidal areas. This seemingly isolated state is known for its many geothermal hot springs, plentiful natural resources, abundant wildlife (including some of the world’s largest bears), the spectacular Northern Lights, and America’s tallest mountain, Mount McKinley.
Alaska is the least densely populated state, making it easier to hike trails where no human has ever been before or climb a mountain that has yet to be conquered. Alaska truly feels like a different world, just waiting to be explored.
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- Kayak through the stunning Aialik Glacier in Seward, and enjoy sights of orcas, bears, whales, and puffins.
- Visit the Alaska Native Heritage Center in Anchorage to learn about the Natives from this area and watch performances of traditional Alaskan music and dance.
- Ride along the White Pass & Yukon Route Railroad in Skagway for spectacular sightseeing.
- Take a flight out of Homer overlooking glaciers and volcanoes, then land in the center of one the world’s largest concentrations of brown bears. This amazing wilderness experience can take place in either Katmai National Park or Lake Clark National Park.
- Explore Anchorage while traveling the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail. Here you’ll have a chance to see beluga whales, moose, bald eagles, and so much more.