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.
Visit the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race Headquarters gift shop and museum at Milepost J 2.1 Knik-Goose Bay Road, off the Parks Highway.
Coast Guard Base Kodiak is the largest Coast Guard base in the country. It supports several tenant commands in Kodiak and remote units throughout western Alaska.
The 271-acre Independence Mine State Historical Park includes several buildings and old mining machinery.
The Jilkaat Kwaan Heritage Center and Bald Eagle Preserve Visitor Center offers an exhibit hall and gift shop that features locally made arts and crafts.
The Anchor River, on the Kenai Peninsula off the Sterling Highway, is a popular fishing destination for salmon.
Chena Hot Springs Road leads 56 miles east of Fairbanks through Chena River State Recreation Area to Chena Hot Springs Resort.
WWII gun emplacements, concrete bunkers and building foundations are scattered along Fort Abercrombie State Historical Park on Kodiak Island.
The Anchorage Museum, in downtown Anchorage, has exhibits on the art, history, culture and science of Alaska.