6 books for your Alaska reading list

11/26/2019 Overhead image of books

Fall is here and it’s finally time for a little rest. Enjoy some downtime and relaxation with this Alaska reading list featuring books by our favorites Alaska authors and books about our favorite Alaska places. “Ada Blackjack” by Jennifer Niven This book tells the true story of a young Inuit…

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‘Peak’ beyond Denali

10/29/2019 Mt. Foraker above the clouds

Boasting 30 different mountain ranges and 17 of the 20 highest peaks in the United States, Alaska is a place with plenty of options for mountain lovers to explore. We get it, Denali is North America’s tallest mountain (and definitely deserving of all the attention!), but here are a few more…

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4 Amazing Kenai Peninsula Daytrips

05/14/2019 Resurrection Bay in Alaska

The Kenai Peninsula is known as Alaska’s playground. And for good reason! From fishing and kayaking to wildlife viewing and hiking, there is so much to do on the Kenai. Check out these daytrip itineraries to get the most out of your stay at Kenai Princess Wilderness…

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Curling across Alaska

04/18/2019 Curling equipment on the ice.

A sport with roots that go back to the 16th century gained popularity again at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games. Together, the world watched athletes they (in some cases) had never heard of play a sport that they didn’t necessarily know the rules for and fell in love with curling.

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