Alaska, the last frontier!
Every trip to Alaska is extraordinary. The adventure, by land, air or sea is filled with wonderful experiences of awe-inspiring beauty, phenomenal wildlife and colorful human characters.
One way to make the effort even more memorable is to drive the Alaska Highway, enjoying the journey through western Canada starting at Alaska Highway mile 0 in Dawson Creek, British Colombia and officially ending at Delta Junction at the historic milepost 1422. Once arriving, Alaska currently has 24 National Parks to enjoy,
- Kenai Fjords National Park
Welcome to the Ice Age. The Harding Icefield is home to over 40 glaciers, where wildlife thrives in frigid waters and lush forests around this vast expanse of ice.
- Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve
The National Park Service largest park where you can experience vast icefields at 18,008 ft. all the way down to sea level. Home to one of the richest copper deposits in the world, mined and refined in Kennecott boom town beside the Kennecott glacier.
- Seward National Scenic Byway - All-American Road
This 127-mile road, linking Anchorage with Seward, passes through some of the most spectacular scenery in the country. Wildflowers, waterfalls and spectacular scenery brighten every corner of the road as it glides below rugged mountains.
- Alaska Far North, above the Arctic Circle, including: • Gates of the Arctic National Park & Preserve • Arctic National Wildlife Refuge • Kobuk Valley National Park