There are so many things to see and do in Alaska, it’s hard to pick just one or two! Exploring Alaska’s natural attractions generally top the list, including our ice-blue glaciers, bears and other wildlife, ancient temperate rainforests, and Denali – the tallest mountain in North America. You’ll also want to experience some destinations off the beaten path, including walking tours of historic gold rush towns or day cruises to remote fjords. Immerse yourself in Alaska Native cultures and explore museums to learn more about Alaska art and history. Try a scenic train ride or rent a car for an unforgettable road trip along some of the most beautiful scenic byways in the United States – from Anchorage south to Seward and Kenai Fjords National Park or north toward Denali National Park and Fairbanks. Looking for more inspiration? Check out our trip itineraries and videos. Adventure awaits!


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