It’s Christmas year-round in North Pole on the Richardson Highway. But, of course, the elves are extra busy during the holidays.
Motorists heading southbound on the Richardson Highway enjoy alpine views as they make their way toward Thompson Pass.
The Kodiak History Museum, operated by the Kodiak Historical Society, is located in the oldest building in Alaska.
On a clear day, Denali Viewpoint South at Milepost A 134.8 Parks Highway is an ideal place to view Denali.
The North Pole Visitor Information Cabin is located at the intersection of Mission Road and the Richardson Highway on Mistletoe Drive.
A boat in the Seldovia harbor is decorated for the community’s annual old-fashioned 4th of July celebration.
Potter Marsh, bordering the Seward Highway from Milepost 115 to 117, is a very popular spot for bird watching.
A bush plane flies through a view of the Tok Cutoff at Milepost GJ 35.2. The Tok Cutoff is a 125-mile, paved highway between Tok and the Richardson…
Glenn Highway motorists pass the air traffic control tower for Merrill Field, the first real airport in Anchorage.
The “Halibut Fishing Capital of the World,” sign at the top of Homer Hill on the Sterling Highway is a great photo op.