Alaska is incredibly diverse. One great way to take a deeper dive and find out more is to ask a local — and discover your own authentic Alaska. Local convention and visitors bureaus and chambers of commerce can be found in communities across the state. Request a print or digital Official State Vacation Planner before your trip and, while you're here, stop by a visitors center where knowledgeable staff will give you insider tips on the best hiking spots, restaurants, museums, and more. To find out more about Alaska’s state and national public lands, visit one of the Alaska Public Lands Information Centers in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Ketchikan, or Tok.
Plan Your Trip
Flightsee around Denali, North America's tallest peak, and land at base camp. Walk on Alaska's largest road accessible glacier. Mush a team of...