Sure, Alaska’s historical museums and entertaining shows are an excellent way to enjoy the Last Frontier, but you’d also like to enjoy the Alaska sun with your family. We’ve put together this list of outside Alaska activities you can do with your kids – and your parents – while you’re enjoying the trip of a lifetime.
Posted on 28 May, 2015
Posted on 22 May, 2015
Take a look at some of these fun activities taking place over the course of the next few months and join in celebrating one of the best cities in the world.
Posted on 18 May, 2015
Taking the family on vacation is a sure way to create lasting memories, but sometimes family members happen to have four legs. Luckily for dog lovers, Alaska and the Yukon offer some of the best settings to experience the trip of a lifetime right alongside your canine companions.
Posted on 12 May, 2015
Travel across the border is a fairly uncomplicated process, and Canadians are friendly and happy to have you visit. But remember you’ll need your passport (yes, even Americans) and maybe have a few other things to consider.
Posted on 06 May, 2015
In honor of Mother’s Day, we’ve put together an irresistible collection of some of Alaska’s most adorable little critters. Enjoy (and go tell your mother you love her)!
Posted on 20 April, 2015
What do you think of when you imagine Alaska? Ice? Glaciers? Igloos? Did you know that Alaska has its own sand dunes, and that there are areas of the state that get so warm in the summer you could jump and swim in a lake? Here are some answers to seven common questions about the Last Frontier.
Posted on 08 April, 2015
April and May are the best months in Alaska to catch sight of these amazing mammals as they travel north along the coast to their feeding grounds in the northern and western Bering Sea and the Chukchi Sea.
Posted on 02 April, 2015
In Alaska we like to talk about our world-renowned seafood industry as being sustainable. But what does sustainable seafood really mean?
Posted on 30 March, 2015
Trains run from Anchorage to Fairbanks, a trip of about 12 hours. The question is, how do you extend your trip from one part of the state to another to experience the best of Alaska in that time? We’ve picked out some of the highlights for seeing Alaska by train when you have just over three days.
Posted on 23 March, 2015
Study up on your Alaska vocabulary and you might just be able to convince the sourdoughs that you’re not a cheechako after all!