Alaska Travel Guide
Photograph by Ralph Lee Hopkins, Nat Geo Image Collection
Immense beyond imagination, Alaska covers more territory than Texas, California, and Montana combined. Wide swaths of the 49th state—aptly nicknamed the “Last Frontier”—are untamed and extraordinarily scenic, inspiring larger-than-life adventures like dog sledding across the face of a glacier and basking in the glow of the northern lights. To explore Alaska’s wildest spaces—such as, the eight national parks and North America’s highest peak, 20,310-foot Denali—travel by bush plane, train, and boat.
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