Congratulations! You’ve found your true love, and you’ve decided to get married in one of the most beautiful places on Earth. Trouble is, you don’t live anywhere near Alaska. The good news: You don’t have to! We’ve come up with a few tips for the best way to plan…Read More
There is no doubt that Alaska is a playground for adventure seekers. In sub-zero temperatures or under the midnight sun, Alaskans are never scared to gear up and head outdoors for some thrills. From paragliding to packrafting, hobbies in the 49th state are as extreme as the weather! Hang ten…Read More
Thanks to the multitude of smartphone photo apps, it has never been easier or quicker to make pretty photos. We especially love Instagram and all its fun filters (though when it comes to Alaska, our filter of choice is no filter at all). The social media app is our favorite place to find a constant stream of Alaska-tastic photos. With a simple “follow,” you can fill your feed with gorgeous images of the Last Frontier as you gear up for your next dream vacation in the 49th state.Read More
Though Alaska might not boast national-level baseball, football or basketball pro teams, the Last Frontier certainly has no shortage of athletes, especially extreme sports competitors. After all, adventure-seekers flock to Alaska for the many mountains to ski, rivers to raft and rock faces to scale. You’re even likely to see…Read More
Alaska is the perfect place to ride. Long stretches of winding road and secret little hideaways cover the state. Biking across endless miles of gorgeous scenery, you’ll encounter forests, coasts, mountains, and lots of wildlife. Whether you plan to bring your bike up from the Lower 48 or rent…Read More
We’ll be the first to admit we might be a little spoiled here in Alaska, between the incredible scenery, nonstop outdoor adventure and the freshest of seafood. The good news is visitors can partake in all of these outdoor and culinary spoils on a visit to any Princess Alaska Lodge this summer!
Photo is used under Creative Commons License by Chris Pike Within its 6 million acres, Denali National Park contains everything you need to enjoy the trip of a lifetime. A daytrip into Denali could take you to the glaciers of Denali, four-wheeling to adventure, or paddling…
America’s Independence Day often stirs up images of picnics, parades, fireworks and hot summer days. While a few of these aren’t exactly synonymous with Alaska (the midnight sun can sometimes make viewing fireworks logistically tricky), Alaskans have a special flair for unique Fourth of July celebrations.Read More
Fishing in Alaska is an activity some might only dream about, but once you’re here it couldn’t be easier to find the right spot to reel in the catch of a lifetime! Whether you’re chartering a boat solo or letting a guide take the proverbial reins, Alaska is home to some of the biggest (and tastiest) fish around.
Image used under Creative Commons license from Matt Zimmerman. Situated at the gateway to the largest national park in the United States and the confluence of two mighty rivers—the Copper and Klutina—the Copper River Valley area offers a mindboggling array of daily activities in the outdoors. Not sure where to…