Michael Engelhard writes about what it’s like to hike up Skookum, an Alaskan volcano in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park.
During spring in southeast Alaska thousands of anglers set out in search for a giant chinook while competing in king salmon derbies.
The Iditarod Trail Invitational is a human-powered race by bike, ski, or foot each year that follows the Iditarod Trail.
Living as cabin dwellers on the shore of Lake Clark, Steve Kahn and Anne Coray find ways to entertain themselves. Like enjoying dinner for two at Browns.
The Alaska State Library online exhibits include seven photographic collections to browse, allowing you to travel to disparate periods from Alaska’s past.
The Cross-Admiralty Island Canoe Route is a 32-mile hike and paddle across lakes and trails from from Mole Harbor to Angoon.
Sheep hunters have short memories and never remember the hunt, writes Elijah Waters. If sheep hunters did remember it, there wouldn’t be any sheep hunters.
Kimberly Braun, founder of the Denali Film Festival, built a festival focused on adventure, sustainability and quality storytelling.
Sailing in Alaska with her family is Melissa Bradley’s adventure of choice. The weekend warrior lives for a remote cove full of beauty and adventure.