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Maps of Alaska

Alaska is a land of superlatives and adventure. Use the interactive map below to help get the "lay of the land," including communities, roads, parks, cruise & ferry routes, train routes, air services, Alaska Native lands, and regions. The Great Land consists of five distinct regions: Inside Passage, Southcentral, Interior, Arctic, and Southwest. Alaska is the largest state in the U.S. and we have something for every type of traveler, from relaxing luxury getaways to family-friendly trips to rugged backcountry adventures.

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Navigate Alaska

Alaska is a land of superlatives and adventure. Explore five distinct regions and varied travel routes and modes of transportation as you plan your Alaska getaway.

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    Arctic

    Alaska’s far north features the country’s only Arctic ecosystem; northern lights dance above the snowy tundra in winter, while birds and caribou graze during long summer days.

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    Inside Passage

    The Inside Passage in Southeast Alaska is home to breathtaking temperate rainforests, protected waterways, and glaciers reaching into deep coastal fjords.

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    Interior

    The Interior Region is a quintessentially Alaska landscape, bounded by high mountain ranges (it’s home to Denali) and crisscrossed by glorious river vistas.

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    Southcentral

    Southcentral Alaska is home to vividly diverse wilderness landscapes – from beaches to mountaintops to fjords – as well as half the state’s population.

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    Southwest

    Southwest Alaska’s islands, river deltas, and mountains teem with fish and wildlife.

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How Big is Alaska?

At 663,300 square miles, Alaska is 1/5 the size of the Lower 48 states. Alaska is the largest state in the United States and larger than the next three largest states combined!

How to Travel in Alaska

A Big. Beautiful. State of Mind

Escape to the natural beauty of Alaska. Check out the official
State of Alaska Vacation Guide. 

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