A well-intentioned and affable guide seems to be OK with winging a trip to Alaska’s north slope for polar bear viewing. Things go wrong.
Sea lions, a pink flamingo, and a feather boa.
The Ask Alaska humor column addresses bad drivers, roadside restaurants, and overly ambitious road trip plans.
Alaska mag tells you what to expect if you vacation to Alaska over spring break and where to find the best tailor in the state.
Alaska once again answers the tough questions. Learn about show bears, dating in Alaska, and the optimal size for camera equipment.
Sasquatch is the clear culprit behind a trail of wide, deep footsteps marking a path in the remote wilds of southeast Alaska.
Cell phone reception doesn’t exist in Alaska, there is no central currency, and more serious answers to important Last Frontier questions.
Michelle Theall recounts humorous stories from her time working on a small cruise ship in southeast Alaska.
Ask Alaska is back to answer all your burning questions about the 49th state, including if Jack London ever saw a wolf.
I’m looking at moving to an urban neighborhood in Alaska. Are there any you recommend? Check out The Real Last Frontier Estates. That place lives up to its name. The residents have daily axe-throwing competitions in the morning and seal oil chugging contests at night. There’s a nearby track perfect for bareback moose racing and footraces where the contestants are chased by a pack of wolves. It’s pretty safe, except for the semi-annual 9.2 earthquake and the volcano that explodes on the ninth day each month. Don’t be disappointed that there’s no community pool, because there is a community river that never freezes and has a year-round salmon run. Why do Alaskans think they’re so special? It’s a common adage that individuals are shaped by the people surrounding them. The same is true for the environment surrounding them. When you live in the nation’s largest state, under the continent’s tallest…