Alaska dipnetting explained

06/23/2016 A river in Alaska

Driving down Alaska’s Seward Highway on a sunny summer afternoon, you may notice people standing shoulder to shoulder, reaching big nets on poles out into the water. What are they doing out there? The answer: dipnetting!Dipnetting is a method of fishing used for catching salmon and hooligan that’s available to…

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6 activities that make Alaska the best place for Father’s Day

06/16/2016 Two fisherman stand in the river

There are many things that Alaska excels at, and one of them is being home to nearly each and every one of the classic “dad activities.” When it’s time to celebrate dear old dad, we can’t think of a better place to be than Alaska! Fishing – Chances are you…

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Get to know Alaska’s mountain ranges

05/10/2016 Wrangell-St Elias National Park

Alaska’s mountains are known to impress. They span a wide range of terrain and offer spectacular features like active volcanoes and picturesque glaciers—more than enough visually breathtaking options to satisfy even the most well-traveled and experienced landscape photographer. Don’t forget about Denali, the highest peak in North America. But in…

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Ski your way through Alaska

03/03/2016 A cross-country skier on a path between snow-covered trees

The thrill of racing down a steep alpine incline on a pair of skis may sound exhilarating to some, but rest assured there are plenty of options for those less in love with velocity. Cross-country skiing, invented thousands of years ago in Scandinavia as a way to cross terrain…

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#OnTrend this Fall

10/22/2015 Pumpkin spice latte

Fall in Alaska is brief, lasting anywhere from a few weeks to a couple of months. Still, many would profess it to be the most beautiful time of the year. Bright yellow and orange leaves pop against clear blue skies as the mountains welcome the first dusting of snow.

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