My Love for Alaska’s Winter Images and text by Carl Johnson It is 6 a.m., and, while it is still pitch dark, the nearly full moon floats over…
The wavering roadless rule is the latest contention between the timber industry and sustainable use in the Tongass National Forest.
Viktor Posnov spent a month backpacking across Umnak Island to document the harsh beauty and remoteness of the landscape.
Haines may be remote, but it’s an eclectic and welcoming community, and Michelle Theall feels at home there.
Artist Marcelle Foxley Roemmich paints over old nautical and aeronautical charts and topographical maps of Alaska.
On the eve of the 50th race, Rob Stapleton shares images and stories from the first 10 years of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.
Winners of the 2021 photo contest selected by the Alaska magazine editorial team.
This packrafting trip in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge created stronger bonds among friends and showcased the importance of wilderness.
The ten images submitted to Alaska magazine’s 2021 photo contest that received the most audience votes.