Michelle Theall shares the stories behind some of her favorite Alaska images and provides a glimpse into the life of a photographer.
Traveling with firewood can introduce harmful pests to Alaskan forest and urban Alaska trees. The best option to locally source firewood.
The highest highway passes in Alaska are located across the state, from Southeast to far north on the Dalton Highway.
The wooden halibut hook was used by the Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian for thousands of years, and are now being revitalized.
From a replica fort to a cultural garden to a rehab center for birds of prey, Lethbridge is full of things for travelers to do.
Glacier Bay National Park, accessible from the community of Gustavus, is a top attraction in Southeast Alaska because of its spectacular natural beauty. Photo by National Park Service…
After a survival situation in the Yukon in the early 1900s, Isaac Stringer earned the nickname the bishop who ate his boots.
The Government Hill Commons is being built in Anchorage, Alaska, with a new approach to the idea of a public park.
There are plenty of full hookup and partial service RV camping options in town and within a few minutes of downtown Fairbanks.
See waterfalls, wildlife, and wineries at these scenic stops along the Central Access Route in Washington and British Columbia.
It’s common to see moose along the Parks Highway in Alaska. Here are a couple of our favorite places to spot the animals along this route.
Through webcams like the bear cam at Brooks Falls, anyone can view fantastic Alaska wildlife from their home.
Michelle Theall noticed some unusual bear behavior while humans were away during COVID. And she wasn’t alone.