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Alaska is the 49th and largest state in the United States of America. Separated from the rest of the country by Canada, Alaska lies on the Arctic Circle. Get In
Anchorage itself, and to a lesser extent Fairbanks, are serviced by most major airlines. Air travel is the cheapest and most efficient form of transportation in and out of the state. Anchorage recently completed extensive More...
Petersburg is a small fishing town in the Southeastern region of Alaska. Get in
• Alaska Airlines - Providing two jet flights in per day.
• Various float plane and air charters also serve the area.
By boat Attractions
One of the charms of Petersburg is that it doesn't have a deep water port, so it's not accessible by big cruise ships, but some smaller ships stop there. The Alaska Marine Highway provides regular ferry service.
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Ketchikan is a scenic town of approximately 8,000 people, located along the Tonga's Narrows, at the foot of Deer Mountain, on Revillagigedo Island in Southeast Alaska. Get around
Ketchikan's historic downtown is small and easily accessible by foot from the most common tourist access point, the massive downtown dock where summer cruise ships moor, however the rest of the town stretches miles to the north More...
Homer is on the Kenai Peninsula in south central Alaska.Attractions
• Homer Spit, Open all year, however shops at the end of the spit generally close around mid September and re-open in April). A massive man made spit built out into the middle of the bay that claims to be the further west that is accessible via road on the north American continent. Spectacular wildlife can be seen along the spit being well known for the flocks of bald headed eagles that nest and feed there. A walk from the start to the end of the spit will take around an More...
Fairbanks is a town in Central Alaska, 1488 miles from the start of the Alaska Highway in Dawson Creek, BC. It is the second largest city in Alaska and, being a junction of several major highways, will be a likely stop of most visitors to the state.
Fairbanks proper may be like a lot of towns in the lower 48. There's a Wal-Mart, a Home Depot and a McDonald's. Don't let this fool you. The greater Fairbanks area is a More...
Numerous hotels cluster just outside of the park entrance, and a handful of wilderness lodges can be found at the end of the park road in Kantishna or scattered in remote areas just outside of the park's borders.
Inside the Park
• Kantishna Roadhouse, Tel: (800) 942-7240 - Located at the end of the park road, deep within Denali National Park. Log cabin lodging with private bath, meals, guided hiking, and other activities. $360 per person per night, based on double occupancy. Extremely expensive, but one of the only options other than More...