The jobs available in Alaska’s tourism industry have long drawn adventure seekers from around the world. That returns as tourism bounces back.
Yup’ik culture bearer and musician Qacung Blanchett received numerous notable recognitions in late 2021 and early 2022.
This book by Frederick James Currier is an Alaskan adventure memoir of his time in the north from the late 1800s and early 1900s.
Haines may be remote, but it’s an eclectic and welcoming community, and Michelle Theall feels at home there.
Not everyone likes eulachon, so loaded with oils they are nicknamed candlefish, but this Alaskan family does, and they load up every spring.
Mike Janes is an avalanche forecaster and search and rescue team member.
Artist Marcelle Foxley Roemmich paints over old nautical and aeronautical charts and topographical maps of Alaska.
Gear, shelter, food to bring, suggested routes and other tips for anyone interested in bikepacking in Alaska.
Juneau’s Hidden History is a hiking group that organizes adventures into old mines, ice caves, and other historic Alaska destinations.
Indigenous people across Alaska used grass to weave baskets that are both masterpieces of art and useful tools.