The state of Alaska and its next-door neighbor, Canada’s Yukon Territory, are home to more of nature’s miracles than you’ve ever seen.
Have you ever...
...Seen a Grizzly in the Wild?
Thought to be ferocious, the grizzly is generally content to eat fresh salmon wildberries and leave humans in peace. The bears are most likely to show themselves in Kluane National Park.
...Photographed North America’s Biggest Mammals?
Denali National Park is the best place to see the largest game animals in the continent: moose, caribou, wood bison, musk ox and elk.
...Experienced America’s Wildest Park?
One 92-mile road runs through Denali National Park’s 6 million acres of forest, tundra and mountains. In addition to nearly 40 species of mammals, Mount McKinley is the most sought-after sight is Mount McKinley, ...America’s tallest peak at 20,320 feet.
...Gotten Splashed (Almost) by a Glacier?
See huge glaciers calve directly into the sea when cruising Glacier Bay or Tracy Arm Fjord…awesome sights and sounds belonging to another age.
...Hauled In a Monster?
When salmon come upstream to spawn, Alaska is a fisherman’s dream. Sitka is a hub for halibut and salmon seekers.
...Had That “Last Frontier” Feeling?
Reminders of the frontier days are found in Whitehorse and Skagway, where you can eat, drink and pan for “gold” as the early settlers did.
...Cruised the Yukon River?
Cruising the Yukon River, which was the lifeblood of the territory for people and supplies. still conjures images of Gold Rush days.
...Stood on Top a Mountain?
In Juneau, Mount Roberts is accessible by tram or foot. Nearby Thunder Mountain rises above the Mendenhall Glacier and is reached by a tough hike or easy helicopter ride.
...Flown Over a Primitive World?
Flying is an integral part of life in this vast land, and the view from the air is spectacular.
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