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Make Skagway your base to follow in the footsteps of the Tlingit people and the gold prospectors who headed off from the port to the Yukon in the roaring days of the 1890s. Tour the 100 century-old ...
Put down the crampons! You don’t need to buy specialist equipment or join an Arctic expedition to the get the best out of Alaska. Day 1: Anchorage Start in the largest city of the largest state. ...
The Alaskan capital, Juneau has a tangible sense of history and contemporary charm. Gateway to the region’s otherworldly glacial landscapes, the city has heaps of gold-rush memorabilia as the site of ...
The first port of call on the fabled Alaska Marine Highway, frontier Ketchikan is a fishing and timber town with a rich Native Alaskan heritage. Get the lowdown on totems and wildlife, and learn ...
Written by Viator, May 2012
Anchorage, America’s northernmost capital city established in 1914, cannot be easily summed-up into a catch phrase. In many ways the city is defined by its latitude – the winter days are quite short ...
Written by Viator, March 2012
Sitka has the interesting distinction of having been continuously settled for thousands of years, and thus, for being the oldest city in the Northwest. The city itself is a rich cultural blend of ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, December 2012
The coastal city of Sitka looks westward out into the Gulf of Alaska from Baranof Island (on the part of Alaska
that creeps down Canada’s coast). With a population of fewer than
10,000 people, ...
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