A well-intentioned and affable guide seems to be OK with winging a trip to Alaska’s north slope for polar bear viewing. Things go wrong.
The Chilkoot Bear Foundation is a nonprofit in Haines that works to limit the possibilities of human-wildlife conflicts.
What it’s like to fish and float 60 miles on the northfork of the Goodnews River, which wends through the remote Togiak wilderness.
The jobs available in Alaska’s tourism industry have long drawn adventure seekers from around the world. That returns as tourism bounces back.
Lake Louise Road connects to the Glenn Highway, but it’s sparingly used and leads to a multitude of great fishing lakes.
Discover the quirks, charms, and hidden gold (literally) on the Taylor Highway, a remote stretch of road in Interior Alaska.
Burn firewood near where you harvest or buy it because pests can travel with the firewood bundle and be introduced to a new area.
A quota system was implemented for Alaska’s crab fisheries in 2005 to reduce the hazards of the perilous job. New research shows the results.
A daughter travels to Alaska and feels the same magnetic pull her dad felt when he traveled north 30 years before.