Because sometimes you just need to get away.
“There’s a land—oh, it beckons and beckons, And I want to go back—and I will.”
– Robert Service
A photographic tour of ice caves in Alaska
“For most anglers, a 30-inch trout is a fish of a lifetime. To catch one that is truly wild and native is even rarer still. However, every fall on the Naknek river in Bristol Bay Alaska, fish like this are caught virtually every day. AK30 explores the suspense, drama, and beauty of chasing these truly wild rainbow trout. Only at IF4 in 2020! To find out more about the 2020 International Fly Fishing Film Fest go to flyfilmfest.com/
The photos are piling in. View the entries and upload your own photos for the 2020 Alaska magazine photo contest.
Just a few reasons why Alaska wild places are so unforgettable. Enjoy! Wild World from Janessa Anderson on Vimeo.
AND THE WINNERS ARE…
Humans have unprecedented power to change our environment. That also gives us a staggering responsibility to be good stewards of the environment. Here’s one take on what hangs in the balance. It focuses on the Tongass National Forest and features one of Alaska magazine’s regular editors and writers, Bjorn Dihle (also a bear viewing guide and book author), as well as wilderness instructor Forest Wagner. Take action! Let your voice be heard and leave a comment for USDA Forest Service Secretary Sonny Perdue regarding the Roadless Rule by completing the form at https://salmonstate.org/tongass-take-action/
Life is stressful. Take a deep breath and unwind with this short film from Laughton Glacier.