Alaska

Alaska

Learn about Alaska at the Anchorage Museum

Photo © Chris Arend Photography As the largest museum in Alaska, Anchorage Museum showcases the state’s art, culture and history. This year, two exhibitions in particular...

Local’s Favorites: Hidden Steak Houses

by Marcie Young | Photo © Stockcreations / Dreamstime   Any respectable meat lover can name the widely revered, downtown steakhouses. These well-established restaurants, with tables draped in white...

North America’s First Flakes: Alaska Pure Sea Salt

by Allen Cox When Jim and Darcy Michener left a pan containing sea water on top of a hot wood stove overnight, little did they...

A Drive to Alaska’s Arctic

by Allen Cox | Photo © State of Alaska / Chris McLennan Among our planet’s most remote and unforgiving places, the Arctic in winter ranks high. If...

Alaska Aviation Museum

Photo © Jack Barrey Aviation is the backbone of transportation in the largest state in the U.S., a place where the reach of roads and...

Ketchikan: An Artist Enclave

Photo © Brian Adams When travelers think of Ketchikan, what typically comes to mind is fishing, strolling the historic town and hiking the nearby trails....

Tastemaker Exclusive: Bob’s Red Mill

“Eighty-six years old, works every day,” says Christie Coykendall, tour guide at Bob’s Red Mill. She’s talking about Bob. The Bob. The man who,...

Winter Base Camp: Alyeska Resort, Alaska

by Allen Cox | Photo © Travel Alaska Winter vacation in Alaska calls for luxury and convenient access to both wilderness and snow sports. Alyeska Resort, located...

Chena Hot Springs

Photo © Chena Hot Springs Resort / Denise Ferree Chena Hot Springs Resort is one of the most popular spots in Alaska’s interior. And there’s a...

Travel with the Experts at Gray Line Alaska

Photo © Gray Line Alaska See the Great Land with the experts - Gray Line Alaska! Choose from their vast selection of vacation options ranging...

Fairbanks, Alaska: A Two Season City

by Allen Cox | Photo © UA Large Animal Research Station Fairbanks, Alaska, is like two sides of a coin. Two seasons—in particular, winter and summer—dictate the...

A Slice of Pie

by Marcie Young | Marcie Young Pie. It’s a simple, three letter word and a mouthwatering way to celebrate fresh local produce and farmed ingredients. Wanting to...

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