A perfect destination for both summer and winter travel.

Alaska, located in the northwest corner of the United States, is known for its vast and beautiful wilderness, as well as its unique culture and history. Alaska is a great place to travel if you're looking for an adventure and is a perfect destination for both summer and winter travel. The state is home to some of the most stunning scenery in the world, so it's no surprise that it's a popular destination for photographers, nature and adventure lovers.

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Alaska is a land of adventure, and there are plenty of activities to keep you busy during your visit. If you’re looking for something active to do, consider hiking or biking through one of the state’s many scenic trails. For a more leisurely activity, take a cruise down one of Alaska’s sprawling rivers or go fishing in one of its pristine lakes. Or, if you’re feeling really adventurous, try your hand at dog sledding or take a flightseeing tour to get a bird’s-eye view of the state. No matter what you choose to do, you’re sure to have an unforgettable experience in Alaska.

Interesting Facts
  • Just south of the town of Anchorage, in Turnagain Arm, one of the world’s largest tide occurs where tidal differences of more than 35 feet (10.7 m) have been observed.
  • Out of the 20 highest mountain peaks in the United States, 17 of those mountains are located in Alaska.
  • Alaska has coastlines on 3 different seas, the Bering Sea, the Arctic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean.
  • Alaska means “The Great Land” a name coming from the Aleut word Alyeska.
  • The aurora borealis (aka the Northern Lights) can be seen an average of 240 days a year from the city of Fairbanks.
  • Alaska has more coastline than any other 49 states combined. Alaska is also the only state to have coastline on three different oceans… the Arctic Ocean, the Pacific Ocean, and the Bering Sea.
  • The largest salmon ever caught in Alaska was a huge 97.5 lbs, it was caught in 1985.
  • Alaska is home to over 3,000 rivers and 3,000,000 lakes.
  • While moose hunting in Alaska it is illegal to whisper in someone's ear.
  • Juneau, Alaska's capital city, is only accessible by boat or plane.
  • Alaska has 616 named glaciers. The unnamed glaciers add up to a total of approx. 100,000.
  • The Northern Lights can be seen on average 243 days a year.
  • Nearly one third of Alaska is in the Arctic Circle.
  • Barrow has both the longest and the shortest days of the year. After the sun rises on May 10th, it doesn't set again for about three months. After setting, Barrow won,t see sunlight for nearly two months.
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