A daughter travels to Alaska and feels the same magnetic pull her dad felt when he traveled north 30 years before.
A slow-moving landslide at mile 45 of the Denali Park Road is forcing the Park Service to close the road during the 2022 season.
Glenn and Joe Taylor, the brothers behind Taylor’s Gold-n-Stones in Fairbanks, are lifelong treasure hunters.
Recycling and composting efforts are helping Denali National Park march toward their zero landfill goals. Do your part when visiting.
Drive the Taylor Highway road trip to Eagle, a town of less than 100 that offers visitors a chance to see what life looked like in Alaska in 1899.
The Into the Wild bus will be displayed at the University of Alaska Museum of the North in Fairbanks. It was removed from the Stampede Trail in June 2020.
Four essays, each named for the places where the experience occurred, each exploring some aspect of the human experience in Denali National Park.
Learning from a tree To understand the black spruce, remember it grows from a fist-sized root ball as grey and compact and crucial as a brain. Each black…
A brilliant moon illuminates fresh white snow on the Kenai Mountains in southcentral Alaska as multicolored auroras dance above Portage Lake on November 7, 2017, at 3:33 am.…