The Kanatak Trail is a historic route that has been used for centuries to cross between the Pacific Ocean and Bristol Bay via Becharof Lake.
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.
The Junjik River runs south under Burnt Hill, bright with fall colors. Photo by Keely O’Connell We woke in the tent, dazzled by the morning sunlight fracturing in…
St. Matthew, buffered by the Bering Sea and 209 miles away from the nearest village, is among the most remote areas of Alaska.
The 2020 Anchorage Design Week will explore the idea of future landscapes through in-person and virtual events happening October 2-10.
Erin McKittrick let her 10-year-old son plan a family trip in Katmai National Park. The adventure was an exercise in decision making and childhood joy.
By picking up hitchhikers on the Alaska Highway, Tom Walker has met the Archduke of Lithuania and a man with a namesake river.
Klondike Kerrie, an Alaskan name for a child, the biggest celebrity in Alaska, and how to fit in with your neighbors after moving to Alaska.