Official State of Alaska Vacation and Travel Information
Whether it’s playing in the powder or watching legendary mushers race through downtown Anchorage, Alaskans know the options for fun are limitless in the Far North. Travelers can experience the best of winter by joining Alaskans in one of their many festivals or races that show off their quirky nature and unique culture.
Alaska becomes a winter playground for travelers in snowy months. Spend a few days in Anchorage and the surrounding area exploring the numerous activities, events and attractions that highlight the spirit of the Last Frontier.
This four-day itinerary takes you to Anchorage, home of the Iditarod and Fur Rendezvous, and then onto Girdwood, for epic skiing and winter fun on Mount Alyeska.
"Worthington Glacier from Richardson Highway" — Submitted By: Gilbert Cormier
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