Serpentine Hot Springs are about 100 miles from Nome, Alaska, in the remote Bering Land Bridge National Preserve.
Alaska magazine asked a few prominent Alaskans from various segments of our community to weigh in on their favorite
activities, libations, and destinations in the state.
The crown jewel of Girdwood is Alyeska Resort, a year-round vacation retreat located just 40 miles from downtown Anchorage.
In a typical year, tourists visit Hyder, Alaska, to see bears and check out the community. The small town was affected dramatically in 2020.
The Nome National Forest features old Christmas trees and wooden cutouts, including a mermaid, all on the sea ice off the town’s coast.
Nick Jans returns to Alaska for the first time since the pandemic began. He couldn’t travel to Ambler, but was able to visit home on the Haines Highway.
Photographer Jeff Schultz shares the story from his journey in Lake Clark National Park scouting for a place to hold Alaskan bear photo tours.
Alaskan photographer Jeff Schultz put together this guide for choosing the best Alaska photo tour according to your wants and needs.
Indemnis, founded in 2015, is an Alaska-based startup that aims to make it safe for drones to fly over populated areas without the risk of falling.