Nick Jans writes that Alaskans have Alaska to ourselves during the pandemic, but it comes at the cost of losing the tourism economy.
In a typical year, tourists visit Hyder, Alaska, to see bears and check out the community. The small town was affected dramatically in 2020.
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.
Bjorn Dihle shares tales from the good life bushwacking, beach walking, and packrafting on Kuiu Island in southeast Alaska.
In summer 2019, for a four-day adventure, Alaska magazine editor Susan Sommer and a favorite travel buddy flew from Anchorage to Juneau, a 1.5-hour excursion on Alaska Airlines.
Tracy Arm invigorates locals and visitors BY STEVE QUINN
A walk across Chichagof Island The floatplane lifted off glassy water and I wiped a bit of vomit from my lip. I was about to trek across Chichagof…
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When the tourist season is just too much [by Shelby Huff] BLESSED AS I AMTO CALL KETCHIKAN HOME, the amount of tourists who pass through this town on…