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Alaska: Places To Visit

We have a great information for your trip. From fabulous glaciers, national parks, museums, historical sites, heritage centers to towns and villages. Plenty of ideas for places to go and things to do. Plan Your Alaska Travel - Start Now!

Discover Juneau, Alaska's Capital City - At the base of grand mountain peaks and at the pristine waterfront of the Gastineau Channel is Juneau, Alaska's Peak Experience. Juneau is Alaska as you can only imagine. Scenery that lures. Adventure that inspires. Heritage that fascinates. An experience that will leave you enchanted.

Travel On The Alaska Railroad - You'll know from the very moment you climb aboard the Alaska Railroad you're riding on the best train in the world.

Alaska's History & Culture - Alaska’s Natives are finding it more important than ever to celebrate their heritage and educate residents and visitors about Alaska’s first peoples.

Klondike Gold Rush - There were more than 50 gold rushes in Alaska and the Yukon from 1880 to 1915. Learn about one of them at Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park!  If you want to experience historical past of gold rush and unique combination of local attractions, take Klondike rail adventure.

Explore Kodiak - Kodiak Island lies on the southern coast of Alaska and has a very moderate climate. The Kodiak Island Archipelago also has a very unique geography. With green, snow-tipped mountains plunging into deep, tree-lined fjords, it reminds some people of Norway or Ireland. That's why they call it Alaska's
Emerald Isle.

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Motorcycling & Biking Alaska - Alaska is fast becoming more popular with the cycling community and the number of rallies, bike shows and local day and multi-day rides that are available for independent travelers are increasing every year.

Sportfishing in Alaska - In Alaska fishing is more than sport, it’s a way of life.

Things To Do In Ketchikan - Whether it’s sightseeing or high adventure, Ketchikan’s variety offers something for everyone.

US Forest Service Campgrounds - Variety of campgrounds are located all along Alaska marine route.

If you want to see Alaska, take the ferry! The only byway of its kind, Alaska's Marine Highway lets you leave the driving to someone else as you travel along scenic coastal routes totaling over 8,000 miles. See whales, active volcanoes, glaciers, fjords, and sea lions from the deck! And the adventure doesn't end when the sun goes down. Just book your own cabin on the ferry, pitch a tent, or roll out a sleeping bag on the upper decks, lay back, and watch the dancing northern lights.

Discover Alaska With Alaska Marine Highway System - Traveling in Alaska on the Alaska Marine Highway will provide you with an excellent introduction to all the scenic beauty offered in each of the regions that define Alaska's scenic coastline.

Plan Your Alaska Travel - Find a wealth of information to plan your Alaska Travel or Alaska vacation including: transporation, cruises, hotels, lodges, attractions, tours, activities, and more.

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