If you happen to be planning a ski trip up this winter or just need some ideas for a future winter getaway, these events and traditions in different places around the state are sure to inspire some holiday spirit in everyone.
Posted on 25 November, 2013
Posted on 19 November, 2013
Enjoy the winter months with a hot cup of Alaska roasted coffee.
Posted on 12 November, 2013
When traveling to the gorgeous wilderness of Alaska, you're going to want to take a camera that produces better photos than a smartphone. With so many choices out there, it's a good idea to research various features and uses before making a decision. We'll give you some tips on choosing the right camera for your trip, and some buying features to look out for.
Posted on 29 October, 2013
The new year is still a couple of months away; but at Gray Line of Alaska we are already excited for what 2014 will bring. Here is a roundup of the newest travel options for 2014.
Posted on 22 October, 2013
Check out this guide to Alaska and Yukon’s Native cultures, which offer a rich world of history and experiences for visitors.
Posted on 15 October, 2013
Visiting Alaska can take your breath away. Visitors to our great state often see wildlife and beautiful plants unseen anywhere else. Within Alaska, Denali National Park is one of the most popular destinations for people who want to see wildanimals in their natural habitats.
Posted on 03 October, 2013
Halloween has a tendency of sneaking up on us. Check out these fun, easy costumes inspired by the spirit of the Great North.
Posted on 26 September, 2013
From TV shows featuring traditional Alaska careers like fishing, mining and aviation to programs highlighting Alaskan women looking for love, reality television can’t seem to get enough of the 49th state.
Posted on 17 September, 2013
As the biggest and least densely-populated state in the union, Alaska has thousands of miles of protected landscapes, ensuring that its sense of tranquility and remoteness will be there for future generations. In a state brimming with mountain crags, herds of caribou and serene ocean vistas, where you do you start?
Posted on 10 September, 2013
Traveling to a new place, there’s always so much we want to do and see. However, there never seems to be enough time for it all. Shopping can be the number one activity we procrastinate on, leaving us to buy souvenirs and gifts for friends and family at the very last moment before boarding the plane or the bus. Yet no trip is complete without at least one tangible memory to take back home.