A wide range of trips throughout Southcentral Alaska.
Fairbanks: 55°/86°/Intermittent clouds
Whether it's mountains, wildlife, or the lights in the sky, things are just bigger in the last great frontier.
Whether they're mild or wild, the trails of Anchorage and Southcentral Alaska have plenty to keep hikers or bicycle riders busy for an hour, a day or longer.
When it comes to urban wildlife, no place is like Anchorage. Moose, bears, salmon, and whales can all be seen in and around the city.
From the top of Baycrest Hill, Homer looks like a little slice of paradise.
To many, Alaska is a land of extremes.
Visitors to Talkeetna never forget the place
At 3,588 square miles, Kodiak Island is the second-largest island in the United States, following the Big Island of Hawaii.
From luxurious hotels in downtown Anchorage to rustic fishing lodges.
It's summer and the bears are active. Want to see a bruin? You don't have to rely on chance. Guides can help you do it safely at any of a number of parks.
The strike came as no surprise. The Kenai is a fertile river and every cast comes with high expectations. Indeed, fishing had been good all morning.
You can't get to most of Alaska by car, but there are plenty of options for taking in spectacular scenery via small plane.
With more than 30,000 miles of coastline, huge rivers and unspoiled scenery, Alaska is a water wonderland.