Plan your trip to Alaska
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Viewing wildlife here is an everyday occurrence. Along with rams and ewes, Majestic basin is home to moose, wolves, coyotes, ptarmigan owls, and bears. What better way to spy them than on the hiking and cross-country ski trails outside your door? And be sure to bring your camera to capture the different peeks and foliage illuminated by the...
With its exclusive location and small size, Northwoods Lodge ensures you can experience the natural beauty and wildlife of Alaska without the crowds. Northwoods offers fly outs directly from the lodge for aerial viewing of moose, grizzly and black bears, wolves and more!
Alaska is world renowned for it natural beauty, and whether you explore it by taking a boat to view whales, hiking in the mountains, taking a day trip to see the glaciers, or just fishing, you're sure to find a stunning view. Enjoy the nearby Kenai Fjords National Park! And keep your eyes peeled for bear, whales, seals, and more!
What's a better place to reconnect with nature than America's "Last Frontier?" Occupying the resort's 105-acres is a 75-acre wildlife sanctuary providing bird watching and tranquil nature walks on dedicated trails surrounding Wander Lake. Take advantage of experiencing "the real Alaska," merely steps away.
Despite its location in the heart of downtown Fairbanks, opportunities to reconnect with nature in America's "Last Frontier" is never too far away -- even from the Bridgewater Hotel. Nearby, on the north side of the Chena River, is the Creamer's Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge -- an 1,800 acre bird sanctuary consisting of wetlands, fields and...
The beauty of a stay in Alaska is that you're never too far removed from any opportunity to reconnect with nature. For example, the Creamer's Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge is an 1,800 acre bird sanctuary made up of wetlands, fields, and forests. This sanctuary is located within the city limits of Fairbanks, making it particularly accessible.
Reconnect with nature by experiencing the real Alaska first-hand, just right outside the door at Wedgewood Resort. Within the resort grounds is Wedgewood Wildlife Sanctuary, a 75-acre wildlife sanctuary offering great bird watching opportunities and tranquil nature walks on dedicated trails surrounding Wander Lake. Exploring the Final Frontier has...
Alaska Top List Picks
Lazing around in your boat, dropping a line, and chatting up your buddies make fishing such a glorious American pastime. The problem is, once you catch a fish bigger than your own wingspan, no one... more
Adventurous anglers of the world have long sought out the wealthy waters of Southeast Alaska. No fish for the weary here; these monstrous morsels will fill your plate - and your trophy case. Halibut... more