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Anchorage: Six Wild Adventures
Apr 2, 2015
By Myriah Saulnier Alaska is a global treasure. It delivers an enchanted escape to its visitors and residents alike and it is unique in its ability to constantly inspire awe. Few places in the world can compete with its diverse culture and biology—and Alaska’s most populous city is no different. From the Cook Inlet...
Alaska:The Last Frontier
Oct 3, 2014
What's New CENTENNIAL: In 2015, Anchorage will celebrate its centennial with a variety of events commemorating the state’s largest city. NEW TOURS: Northern Alaska Tour Company has expanded its offerings include tours to see the summit of Mount McKinley and aerial views of Denali National Park and Preserve. BEAR EDUCATION: The Bear Education Awareness...
The Light Fantastic: Midnight Sun Magic
Jul 16, 2014
During the summer months in the countries that dwelling the Arctic Circle, the sun never sets. This phenomenon is referred to as the midnight sun where the sun stays up the full 24 hours of the day, often for several months at a time. It gives fair weather to these...
Alaska – A Whale Of A Time
Jun 5, 2014
In the vast waters that line Alaska’s coast, an encounter with a whale is likely, if not downright predictable. From the remote northernmost town of Barrow, to the lush southeast and even near downtown Anchorage – the state’s whale watching opportunities are the crowning jewel of many Alaska vacations. And in...
Absolute Freedom - Get On Track To See The Very Best Of Alaska
Feb 5, 2014
Undoubtedly offering some of the most spectacular rail journeys in the world, the Alaska Railroad route spans more than 800 breathtaking kilometres through the wilds of Seward to Denali National Park and then on to Fairbanks...
Alaska 2013 - The Last Frontier
Jul 31, 2013
Alaskan Dream Cruises: Alaskan Dream Cruises is operating its new 58-passenger ship, the Baranof Dream, as well as a new itinerary and a line of family cruises.
The Northern Light - Nowhere Does Summer Like Alaska
May 30, 2013
Fairbanks is one of Northernmost metropolitan areas in Alaska, and one of the Northernmost in the world, and as a result few places on Earth change more with the passing of seasons. During summer solstice, Fairbanks gets almost 22 hours of sunlight per day! If you’re looking to get as...
Revelry On The Rails - Locomotives Open A World Of Possibilities
Jan 29, 2013
  Trains hold a very special appeal for some people. With their combination of size and speed, comfort and affordability, they offer a unique method of crossing over land. Rail travel is easy and relaxing, offering views of places no other method of transportation can begin to match. An increasing variety...
Winter Wonderlands Without The Skis
Jan 24, 2013
  What’s the sun ever done for you? For too long its fiery warmth has dominated the minds of travellers and travel professionals alike. It’s quite common to hear the term “travel season”, as though the sun weren’t always shining somewhere, and travellers frequently circle the globe like migratory birds just...
Alaska 2012 - The Last Frontier
Jul 27, 2012
Based on Discovery Channel’s reality series, Gold Rush Alaska; learn the history of the area, meet real prospectors and pan for gold. Haines.
Ridin' The Rails In Alaska - Welcome Aboard A Train Trip Like No Other
May 30, 2012
Stepping aboard a train bound for the Alaska wilderness is the beginning of a journey filled with adventure and surprise.
Alaska 2011 - The Last Frontier
Jul 27, 2011
Ultimate Alaska Adventure Tour: Offered by Alaska Wildland Adventures, this tour features a combination of outdoor activities on the Kenai Peninsula including sea kayaking, dog sledding, white-water rafting, horseback riding, flightseeing and hiking.
Nature Reigns Supreme - From Urban Parks, To Wilderness Rivers, Get Outdoors in Oregon & Alaska
May 24, 2011
Whether it’s a visit to a vibrant urban centre, a quiet getaway in cottage country, or a canoe or kayak journey in the wilderness, in the Pacific Northwest, travellers can do it all. Bounded by the Pacific Ocean to the west and the Rocky Mountains on the east, the United...
Road Trip! - Fairbanks Is The Gateway To Fun
Apr 20, 2011
Buckle up and hit the road for Arctic adventure based in Fairbanks. A short two-hour drive south of Fairbanks, is Denali National Park and Preserve, one of the last great frontiers for wilderness adventure. There is a vast array of activities and learning experiences for visitors of all ages in...
Alaska 09 - The Last Frontier
Jan 25, 2011
Fountainhead Antique Auto Museum: More than 60 eye-popping carriages, steam cars, brass-era autos and luxurious 1930s sedans are on display along with oddities such as early electric cars, midget racers, and cycle cars. Fairbanks.
US Report November 2010
Nov 23, 2010
And we love spending our money there. For the first nine months of 2010, total spending by Canadian visitors grew 14.1 per cent to $502 million due to a 12.2 per cent increase in visitor arrivals.
Disney Heads North To Alaska
Aug 17, 2010
Disney Cruise Line will offer Alaskan cruises during a four-month season of seven-night sailings aboard the Disney Wonder in summer 2011. Departing Vancouver, the Disney Wonder will sail to Alaska calling on Tracy Arm, Skagway, Juneau and Ketchikan.
Best Of The Northwest - From Oregon's Wine Country To Alaska's Top Shore Excursion
Jun 29, 2010
Stretching from Oregon to Alaska, the Pacific Northwest region is brimming with unique destinations for your clients. From oenophiles to adventure seekers, history buffs to garden lovers, there is something for everyone in the Northwest. Read on for some great ideas for 2008 and beyond.
Close Encounters - Small Ship Cruising And Rail Travel In Alaska
Jun 28, 2010
Spectacular scenery, rich cultural heritage, breath-taking adventure opportunities – Alaska has it all. The best way to see and experience all Alaska has to offer is to dive right in. And one of easiest ways to do that is to travel by small ship or rail.