The clothes Bobby Brower creates for her brand Arctic Luxe are a blend of traditional attire and contemporary fashion.
Photo of Virgin Creek Falls courtesy Paxson Woelber. Take advantage of snowmelt in the early summer to see these waterfalls at their peak flow. Thunderbird Falls These 200-foot falls are impressive to view and easy to access. Just north of Eagle River, the trail starts with a climb of about 100 feet elevation gain, then levels out for a one-mile walk to a viewing platform. The trail continues to the base of the falls for those seeking more up-close adventure. Virgin Creek Falls Head south from Anchorage to Girdwood for this hike. The half-mile trail starts in a neighborhood and passes through lush forest to the small cascade. Continue past the falls to reach the top of Max’s Mountain. Serenity Falls Accessing these falls is an all-day journey. It’s a 13-mile trek along the Eklutna Lakeside Trail to views of these falls that twist hundreds of feet down a mountain…
Friends of Nike Site Summit maintain and provide tours of a Cold War era missile defense site on top of Mount Gordon Lyons near Anchorage.
The Indigenous Place Names Project plans to install 30 signs around Anchorage that showcase the location’s original Dena’ina name.
Anchorage is a city with dining, events, and culture worthy of a must-see destination, and it’s a great starting point for wild adventures.
Mo’s Deli in Anchorage is a New York style deli that combines a traditional deli and Alaskan flare with dishes like sockeye lox.
Wildlife inspectors working at stations across Alaska help stop the illegal trafficking of wildlife and products like baleen or feathers.
Preston Pollard, who was born and raised in Anchorage, started a program called Push Forward to mentor and inspire the next generation.
From Ketchikan and Juneau to Anchorage and Fairbanks, Alaska roasters satisfy the discriminating tastes of the state’s coffee drinkers.
An orchard, event space, and public garden plots are forming the base of Government Hill Commons in Anchorage.