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 Cross-Admiralty Island Canoe Route is a 32-mile hike and paddle across lakes and trails from from Mole Harbor to Angoon.
If you are going somewhere rugged and wild and need a camera backpack, check out gear editor Bjorn Dihle uses when he is guiding in Alaska.
Bjorn Dihle shares tales from the good life bushwacking, beach walking, and packrafting on Kuiu Island in southeast Alaska.
Editor Susan Sommer shares the jacket, headlamp, gaiters and other hiking gear she takes with her when exploring Alaska trails.
Kachemak Bay State Park outside Homer has over 400,000 acres full of hiking trails, beaches, fishing holes, paddling routes, and other adventures.
Having the best packraft will open up possibilities for adventure.
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.
Bush pilot Brett Coblentz recommends his favorite rifle, boots, trekking poles, GPS, and socks.
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.