Alaska’s heartland has wide expanses of tundra and North America’s tallest peak.
Southwest Alaska encompasses a large area with a wide variety of terrain.
Most of Alaska is not accessible by road. But the Southcentral Region is different, from the bottom of the Kenai Peninsula to the edge of Prince William Sound to the heart of the Wrangell Mountains you can get there by driving. There are numerous opportunities to access freshwater fishing right from the road system. Just because it is accessible doesn’t mean it is less impressive. The variety of convenient adventures is impressive.
Known as the Alaska Panhandle, is a picturesque area of mountains, fjords, rainforests and small coastal towns.
Far North Alaska is a land of tundra, rolling hills and mountain ranges. The Arctic experiences polar day, or midnight sun, during the summer, when the sun does not dip below the horizon. During the winter, polar night occurs, when the sun does not rise for several months.
Take Muldoon Road exit to visit Alaska Native Heritage Center.