Adventurist Places to visit in Alaska
Tracy Arm Ford
Tracy Arm is a glacier-edged fjord located south of Juneau.
Kenai Fjords National Park
This national park, which protects part of the fjord-riddled coastline of the Kenai Peninsula (south of Anchorage), provides some of the most incredible scenery in Alaska.
The Dalton Highway travels almost 400 miles into Alaska’s Far North, finally arriving at the outpost of Prudhoe Bay.
Iditarod National Historic Trail
Alaska’s sole National Scenic Trail is the Iditarod National Historic Trail.
The drive to Seward is as enticing as the little town itself. Visitors from Anchorage take the Seward Highway to get to the settlement.
Alaska Rainforest Sanctuary, Ketchikan
Ketchikan is a wild city on the edge of the Tongass National Forest, overlooking the famed Inside Passage.
Anchorage is the largest city in Alaska, with a population of slightly under 300,000 people.