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Alaska Travel News
12/10/2016 at 18:00. Facebook
Not sure what to pack for your upcoming Alaska trip? We're here to help, in every season! Photo: Matt Hage

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Because it’s Friday and who doesn’t love puppies?! The newest members of the Sirius Sled Dogs family are growing up fast!
Alaska Travel News
12/07/2016 at 18:45. Facebook
Join the conversation! Tune into our #AlaskaTravelChat on Twitter at 10am AKST (11am PST) TODAY to talk all things winter in Alaska! We can’t wait to hear from you!
Alaska Travel News
12/03/2016 at 18:30. Facebook
Kodiak Island Alaska, commonly referred to as the Emerald Isle due its lush green landscape, offers endless adventure and fun for your Alaska vacation.

Discover Kodiak Destination Video

A place that lives only in the imagination, until you arrive. Discover the real Alaska. Discover Kodiak- Alaska Untamed. Discover Kodiak is the destination m...

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!

Talkeetna Pie Making | Alaska Railroad

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

6 Ways to Give to National Parks that Actually Make a Difference

Did you know: there are nearly 100,000 glaciers in Alaska, so many that most are not even named! Photo: Reinhard Pantke
Wishing everyone a safe and happy holiday weekend!
Talk about checking things off your bucket list… not only is the Kobuk Valley National Park the least visited of all National Parks, but it also lies above the Arctic Circle.

Koubk Valley National Park is the least visited national park in the United States. The number of annual visitors is quoted at 10,000 annually, but that includes people going to the visitor center which is not actually located in the park. While...

Exciting news! Visit Anchorage was recently named a "Best of the World 2017" city by National Geographic Travel. Congratulations! #BestTrips2017

Best Trips 2017 — National Geographic Travel

Calling all cruise enthusiasts! Norwegian Cruise Line will have a new ship, the #NorwegianBLISS, arriving in Alaska summer 2018. Visiting the ports of Travel Ketchikan, Travel Juneau and Skagway Convention & Visitors Bureau. What a great way to explore the Inside Passage.
Moose, the largest of the deer species, can range in size from 800 to 1,600 pounds and can grow up to six feet tall. Find out more information at TravelAlaska.com.

Wildlife Guide - Travel Alaska - Moose

Happy Veterans Day! Did you know: The Aleutians were strategically important during World War II in preventing Japanese invasion of the U.S. mainland. In the 1940s the U.S. Navy took over Dutch Harbor, the seaport that serves the town of Unalaska, fearing a Japanese attack; the air raid came in 1942. Japanese forces occupied the islands of Attu and Kiska near the western end of the Aleutians....
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Alaska salmon isn’t just a summer dish! What’s your favorite salmon recipe?
The Stellar sea lion is a large and impressive animal that can move exceptionally well on land and in water. In the summer, they like to gather in large groups on rookeries. Photo: Matthew Hull
Have you ever seen such a spectacular phenomenon?
Are you planning a trip to Alaska? Find resources, sample itineraries, travel inspiration and more at

Travel Alaska - Official State of Alaska Travel & Vacation Information

The time to embrace Alaska winter is here! What Alaska winter activities would you look forward to?
Photographer Alex Strohl from the Matador Network truly captures the essence of the Last Frontier through the lens on his recent adventure to Southcentral Alaska.
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28 amazing images from an Alaskan odyssey

Remember to always be “bear aware” when visiting Alaska. You never know where they could turn up!