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02/18/2017 at 15:30. Facebook
Tag a friend below who you’d take ziplining with you through Ketchikan Visitors Bureau's boreal rainforest! Photo Credit: State of Alaska/Matt Hage
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02/16/2017 at 23:17. Facebook
In many places around the state, you can still experience traditional gold panning and catch gold fever yourself! Check out more information about gold panning tours here: [ Bit.ly Link ]. Photo credit: State of Alaska/Michael DeYoung
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02/14/2017 at 19:23. Facebook
Happy Valentine’s Day! Plan your trip to the Last Frontier and fall in love with Alaska in 2017. #TravelTuesday

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Dreaming of catching (and tasting) fresh Alaska fish? Alaska has more than three million lakes, 12,000 rivers and thousands more fish-filled streams. The challenge isn't catching the fish, but deciding where to start your fishing adventure. Photo Credit: State of Alaska/Michael DeYoung
Planning on cruising to Alaska in 2017? Check out the variety of cruise and land tours that offer exploration of both the coastline and interior of the Last Frontier.

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Skagway is home to the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park- Skagway, Alaska that is known for its quaint historic district reminiscent of the gold rush town it once was. Photo Credit: State of Alaska/Reinhard Pantke
Dog mushing on a nearby glacier makes it possible for visitors to experience the thrilling official state sport during the summer months. Photo Credit: State of Alaska/Brian Adams
Dog mushing on a nearby glacier makes it possible for visitors to experience the thrilling official state sport during the summer months. Photo Credit: State of Alaska/Brian Adams
#ThrowbackThursday to Fur Rondy - an annual winter festival in Visit Anchorage - that celebrates Alaska with unique events and activities that showcase the pioneer spirit of the Last Frontier. This year’s festival runs from Feb. 24-March 5! Photo: State of Alaska/Brian Adams
If you want to be sure to see one of Alaska’s most unique animals, check out The Musk Ox Farm in Palmer in Visit Alaska's Mat-Su Valley. Just a short 45-minute drive from Visit Anchorage, guests can observe these hardy animals and learn about their underwool - called quiviut - that allows the musk ox to thrive during Alaska’s winters.
Today's post - a bit late in the day! Have a great weekend everyone!
Kent John from Great Alaska Adventures here... What was your favorite place to learn about a new culture or way of life? As a fishing guide for the last 30 years, I've been privileged to meet and spend quality time with folks from around the globe. It has been incredible learning about their culture or life story and to share our magnificent state with them. Here are just a few for your Friday.
Kent from Great Alaska Adventures again. Alaska is sure "hot" these days! What's your favorite "Alaskan" movie? I polled our Guide/Adventurers and we came up with this list:

#5. 30 Days of Night - Vampires, dark and Nome in the winter. How can you go wrong?
#4. Mystery, Alaska -We're big hockey fans so gotta love this one.
#3. White Fang - You have to have Jack London...
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Kent from Great Alaska Adventures here! I wanted to share some photos from our bear viewing camp in Lake Clark National Park & Preserve. Thanks to our one-of-a-kind BearCamp manager, Caprice, for some "behind the curtain" shots. Caprice says, "I look forward to returning each year to share these magnificent animals with our guests." Enjoy and happy Wednesday, everyone!
Hello everyone! Kent John from Great Alaska here. Great Alaska Adventures has deep roots in two homesteads. My partner Kathy Pedersen Haley's father, Walt Pedersen, homesteaded the lodge back in the 1950s and our BearCamp was homesteaded by the late, great, Wayne Byers. The homestead spirit is alive and well at Great Alaska Adventures. Here are some fun photos of those uniquely "Alaskan" times...
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Hello All! My name is Kent L John, and I am one of the owners of Great Alaska Adventures. We are proud to host the Alaska Travel News fan page this week, and we invite you to follow along! We'll be sharing stories about Alaska, why Alaska is the perfect vacation destination and much more. If you have any questions, please feel free to comment below!
Wonder Lake, located inside Denali National Park and Preserve, is 26 miles from the base of Denali but makes you stand in “wonder” at the sheer size of the mountain. Photo: State of Alaska/Jocelyn Pride
Follow along next week on our Facebook page as Great Alaska Adventures shares what they love about Alaska! #travelalaska