Board the White Pass and Yukon Route train in Alaska for spectacular scenery and a trip back to the days of the Gold Rush on the Skagway Railroad.
Travel in Alaska
Alaska is the largest state in the United States by area. Many consider it to be the most beautiful state in the country. Alaska has it all – glaciers, mountains, wildlife and some of the darkest night skies in the world making for epic stargazing. Alaska is a magical place.
Not only is it the largest state, but it also has a huge amount of diverse wildlife. From the large population of bears in the Anchorage area to the wildlife of Denali National Park, you’ll find it all just a short flight or scenic cruise away. You can enjoy a wide range of activities in Alaska. For instance, take the White Pass & Yukon Route Railway for awe-inspiring scenery. Or, enjoy the panoramas of Kenai Fjords National Park and the glaciers of Juneau Icefield.
Maybe consider a scenic driving tour of Alaska along the dramatic Dalton or Alaska Highways. Another option is to take to the water on a cruise up the Inside Passage. However you choose to travel around Alaska you’ll find yourself stopping constantly for photos, hikes, kayaking, wildlife and some fabulous fresh, home-cooked meals. So what are you waiting for? It’s time to plan your trip to Alaska.
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