Waterfall hikes near Anchorage in southcentral Alaska that range from short, family friendly jaunts to full-day trips.
The Sea to Sky Highway is a scenic route that stretches from Vancouver to British Columbia’s interior plateau.
Robert “Bobby” Sheldon’s runabout. Credit: Victor Rivers family papers, Archives and Special Collections, Consortium Library, University of Alaska Anchorage. Next time you’re cruising at 60 miles per hour…
The annual Fur Rondy in Anchorage is two action-packed weeks with dog mushing, snow sculptures, running of the reindeer, and more.
Signs being built around Anchorage recognize the original name of each place in the Dena’ina language.
The Yukon Rendezvous Festival is an annual event of light-hearted, zany fun to light up the waning days of winter.
Denali Park Road will remain closed past mile 43 while the park works on a permanent solution to the Pretty Rocks landslide.
The Alaska Road Commission dealt with climate and landscape challenges to form the foundation of the state’s road system.
A two-day road trip from Anchorage to Homer that revolves around stops at all the local breweries along the route.
A subscription box packed with Alaska goods, fish straight from the people who ply northern waters, and more gift ideas.
Go ice skating, explore an art gallery, and go downhill or cross country skiing during the winter months in Prince George, British Columbia.
Brief descriptions of some of the most popular trails in Fairbanks groomed for cross country skiing.
As Alaska’s biggest city, Anchorage has plenty of winter activities, including outdoor recreation and festivities like Fur Rondy.