Find Out More About Alaska...
Bounded in the southwest by
the Pacific Ocean, in the west by the Bering Sea, and in the north by
the Arctic Ocean, Alaska is the only U.S. state with two international
borders (with Russia and Canada).
The wild rugged beauty of Alaska
to impress travelers.
Alaska has more land in public ownership, and more land protected than
any other U.S. state.
Are you planning a visit to Alaska? We
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.
The state of Alaska is commonly
four major geographic subregions: the Pacific Mountain System, the
Central Up- and Lowlands, the Rocky Mountain System of Alaska, and the
Arctic Coastal Plain.
Aviation has long been a lifeline to rural Alaska ("the bush") - an
integral part to the state's history and development. Today, the state
remains the most "flyingest" in the country, with about six times as
many pilots per capita as the rest of the United States.
All outdoor enthusiasts love Alaska's
fascinating wilderness and unique chances to view
eagles, bears, spawning salmon, and the breath-taking vistas of "wild"
Alaska. You can take a sled-dog ride on a glacier, hike boardwalk
trails, fish in streams or ocean, or just relax and observe the beauty.
SEAtrails is Southeast Alaska's unique
trail system inter-connected by Alaska's Marine Highway System
(Alaska's State Ferry System). It gives travelers the best of
what Alaska's panhandle has to offer - culture, history, and boundless
Watch Alaska as you can only imagine.
Have experience before your trip, learn more about wilderness and learn
to protect yourself.
In Alaska fishing is more than sport,
way of life.
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