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
Join the locals in Petersburg, Alaska for their Norwegian holiday tradition of Julebukking. During Christmas week, the downtown merchants offer pastries, Norwegian seafood fare and spirits to customers in appreciation for their business throughout the past year. Photo: Petersburg.org
Check out the 10th Annual @Christmas in Ice event in North Pole, Alaska through January 8, 2017. This 6-week winter ice park is fun for the whole family with ice sculptures, an ice maze, indoor kids’ crafts and more!
Sustainable tourism is a growing niche in the industry and throughout Alaska. Adventure Green Alaska (AGA), the state’s first and only sustainable tourism certification program, was created in 2009 as a way to promote and preserve Alaska as a prime eco-friendly destination. Visit the AGA website to learn more about green traveling tips and find businesses certified as sustainable tourism... View details ⇨
Planning a trip to Alaska with kiddos in tow? Be sure to check out AKontheGO. Find out about family-friendly events happening throughout the state, family-approved businesses and learn about kid-focused programs happening in local communities. Photo: Brian Adams
It’s National Pie Day! Why not celebrate with Alaska Railroad’s Talkeetna Pie Making trip package. You’ll make your way from Anchorage to Talkeetna on the iconic Alaska Railroad and learn from the best in the baking biz at the Talkeetna Roadhouse. The perfect winter weekend getaway!
Did you know Alaska is home to 17 national park areas? That's two-thirds of the land in the entire national park system! You could help keep these areas pristine destinations for generations to come this #GivingTuesday. Find out how you can make a difference. #FindYourPark #EncuentraTuParque