Winter Wow in Fairbanks - Experience Stunning Northern Lights, Dog mushing and Chena Hot Springs

Winter Adventure at the Top of the World

Interior Alaska covers a wide swath of geography and includes Fairbanks, one of the state’s largest cities, Denali National Park and the northern edge of the Alaska Range. The climate varies wildly, averaging 62 degrees in Fairbanks in summer, and -12 in winter! But don’t let the temperatures scare you; despite the chill, Interior Alaska has much to offer the winter traveler.

Northern Lights Sample Trip


Explore some of Alaska’s best and most accessible spots to catch the magical Northern Lights in late fall, winter and early spring.

The following four-day tour puts you under the aurora oval’s (the magnetic halo that circles the North and South poles) best locations. 


Alaska Photo of the Month

"Matanuska Glacier Hike" - Rocky Grimes

"Matanuska Glacier Trek" — Submitted By: Rocky Grimes

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