Trends come and go by definition, but there is one trend flourishing in Alaska that shows no sign of slowing: supporting and buying local. Over the last 10 or so years the market for local products has grown substantially, including products from all walks of life. While Alaska has…
This week marks the 50th anniversary of the record-breaking Good Friday earthquake that shook Alaska on March 27, 1964.
When booking your Alaska vacation, we suggest renting a car to explore all the Last Frontier has to offer, whether it’s world-renowned attractions or more off-the-beaten-path adventures. From Fairbanks to Denali National Park and Preserve and on to the breathtaking Kenai Peninsula, Princess Alaska Lodges offer the perfect road map for an epic Alaska vacation.
Between mid-May and mid-June, foodies eagerly await the arrival of the highly-prized (and typically expensive) deliveries of the various “Wild Copper Salmon” from Alaska. Restaurants compete over who can get their hands on the first batch of the highly-coveted fish. Up north in Alaska, it’s a mad dash to catch…
Many of us in Alaska are salmon experts, whether we fish, or just enjoy eating what we may call the most delicious fish in the world. For salmon lovers, Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge is certainly a destination to put on the must-visit list. The lodge, nestled…Read More
Joe Kishazy takes a pie in the face from Colin Burrows / Photo courtesy Princess Lodges The Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge hosted its annual benefit for the Copper River Emergency Medical Services on Aug. 18. The Pie in the Face event encouraged lodge staff to purchase pies…Read More
The Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge / Photo courtesy Princess Lodges To get a better idea of what activities are popular from the Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge we spoke with General Manager, Tracy Smith. The Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge is situated on 200 acres at the…Read More
The ruins of the 1900-era Kennecott copper mine in Wrangell-St Elias National Park. Photo courtesy State of Alaska Tourism / Matt Hage. Located in Eastern Alaska, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve is the largest national park in the United States. Its 13.2 million acres form an area larger than…Read More
Photo courtesy State of Alaska Tourism / Kristen Kemmerling The world famous Kenai River king salmon fishery closed July 31, but there are still plenty of fish runs around the state that don’t even start getting hot until August. Here’s a roundup of great fishing excursions near some of…Read More
Tracy Smith, Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge general manager, along with Gregory Sports and Bob Chase of the lodge Last month, members of the Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge celebrated the completion of a fish wheel and diagram sign at the Wrangell St. Elias National Park’s Visitor Center.Read More