Alaska magazine’s chief editor took a mini-vacation in late April to visit her brother in Peterson Bay across from Homer.
2021 Iditarod Champion Dallas Seavey. Photo by The Iditarod/Dave Poyzer Dallas Seavey became the 2021 Iditarod champion and a five-time winner when he crossed the finish line at 5:08 a.m. Monday morning. It took him 7 days, 14 hours, 8 minutes and 57 seconds to finish the approximately 848-mile race. Seavey is now tied for the most Iditarod wins with Rick Swenson. Seavey already has a distinguished mushing career. He was the youngest Iditarod racer ever when he ran at 18 years old in 2005. He also became the youngest person to win an Iditarod in 2012. Chad Stoddard of Anchorage won Rookie of the Year when he finished 23rd after about nine days and four hours. Victoria Hardwick won the red lantern award when she was the final musher to cross the finish line at 12:22 a.m. on March 18. Hardwick and her team took 10 days, 9 hours,…
Alaska magazine asked a few prominent Alaskans from various segments of our community to weigh in on their favorite
activities, libations, and destinations in the state.
Enjoy Alaska’s glaciers vicariously with this photo essay of glaciers around the state.
Filmmaker Pete Bell’s documentary about the residents of McCarthy, Alaska.
The 2020 photo contest winners for Alaska magazine’s annual contest. Selected include grand prize, plus top three and honorable mention in each category.
The team from Lost Horizon Creative traveled to Fairbanks to capture video footage of the aurora borealis from the stratosphere.
Alaska Artist Jon Van Zyle and photographer Jeff Schultz work together to present a unique view of the state in their book, Double Vision Alaska.
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