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.
About 87 percent of land in Alaska is public. It provides ample opportunity for recreation and habitat for wildlife. But it also stirs debates on how the land should be used.
The Puzzler’s Guide to Alaska by Jen Funk Weber is a great Alaska puzzle book to keep kids entertained during your travels around the state.
Businesses in the tourism sector are taking steps to reduce the carbon footprint of the travel industry by planting trees, recycling, and other measures.
Chief Shakes, Tenakee, and Trocadero are three hot springs to visit in southeast Alaska. They range from accessible to off the grid.
Leaving a piece of her heart, 1,600 miles behind
[by Elise Giordano]