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7 Things You Didn’t Know About Alaska

7 Things You Didn’t Know About Alaska

Considering that Alaska is over 600,000 square miles, it makes sense that it is the state with the most inland water, the most glaciers and the lowest population per capita in the US. However, there are many interesting facts you may find surprising. Here are just a...
Ten places to view wildlife

Ten places to view wildlife

Roadside Wildlife Viewing Locations in South-central Alaska You don’t have to go far to see wildlife in Alaska. In fact, you may not even have to get out of your vehicle! Moose and bears, as well as other wild animals, are not an uncommon sight on highways and...
Border Crossing

Border Crossing

Crossing the border between Canada and Alaska by road is usually simple although there are some requirements to be aware of. Wait times at border crossings are generally short or even non-existent. In addition to providing travel documents, you may be asked about your...
When and where to see whales in Alaska

When and where to see whales in Alaska

Whether you are taking a whale watching boat tour or hoping to catch sight of a whale from a viewpoint on shore, there are plenty of whale watching opportunities in Alaska. While some whales can be seen year-round such as Orcas, many migrate north to Alaska from...
Five Glaciers You Can Drive to in Alaska

Five Glaciers You Can Drive to in Alaska

It doesn’t necessarily take a boat, helicopter or 10-day hike to see some impressive glaciers in Alaska. In fact, some of Alaska’s best-known glaciers are visible from the highway system and many can be seen up-close after a relatively short trail walk....

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