Official State of Alaska Vacation and Travel Information

Sample Excursions
Sample Excursions
Two women look across the water to Portage Glacier

The following 7-day itineraries with optional add-ons are suggestions to give you an idea of how much you can do and see in Alaska within a week.

They are meant to serve as a starting point for trip planning, with a variety of options to fit your needs. For example, you can easily combine two 7-day itineraries to make a 14-day itinerary, or reverse the route of any trip.

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Cow moose feeding in Denali National Park

Dillingham and Wood-Tikchik State Park

Dillingham, Nishlik Lake, Tikchik River, Tikchik Lake, Anchorage

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A couple panning for gold

Girdwood, Fairbanks and Nome Gold Rush Heritage

This is a great gold-rush-focused addition to a longer Alaska trip, or the starting point for other history-oriented travels throughout the state.

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Vistors aboard the Alaska Railroad

Anchorage to Talkeetna by rail

Anchorage, Talkeetna, Denali National Park, Fairbanks

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Nice catch!

Kenai Peninsula

Anchorage, Seward, Cooper Landing, Soldotna, Homer, Kodiak

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