Alaska’s great railroad journeys are
something every traveler should experience. The Alaska Railroad has
transported passengers through Alaska’s most spectacular scenery for
close to a century, making it one of Alaska’s oldest tour companies.
The main route runs 500 miles through Southcentral Alaska. You'll know
from the very moment you climb aboard the Alaska Railroad you're riding
on the best train in the world.
The charm and scenic appeal of this great
and vast land is amplified through panoramic windows and underscored by
historical narratives of lifelong Alaskan conductors and tour guides.
The primary passenger season runs from
mid-May to mid-September, when trains run daily between Anchorage and
Seward, Anchorage, and Whittier, and from Anchorage to Fairbanks.
During the winter, trains run between Anchorage and Fairbanks on
weekends. Adventure packages and day trips include the finest
accommodations and sightseeing tours along the railbelt to make
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