Why Alaska is a Foodie’s Paradise

Posted in Food & Dining

Image used under Flickr Creative Commons license from Nicole Klauss. Farm to table, forage to fork—whatever you want to call the movement, Alaskans have been practicing it for centuries. Some of the most pristine land and waterways in the world combined with a relatively isolated spot on the map means that eating local has become…

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Whitehorse for every traveler

Posted in Traveling to the Yukon

whitehorse miles canyon

Nicknamed the Wilderness City, Whitehorse in Canada’s Yukon Territory has a special allure all its own. Located along the banks of the Yukon River and surrounded by mountains, Whitehorse is a destination that offers something for every kind of traveler. Whether you’re looking for a fun family destination, a peek into Whitehorse’s history, an adventure…

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Alaska by Foot: A Guide to Footraces in the Last Frontier

Posted in Things To Do In Alaska, Things To Do In The Yukon

dozens of running shoes hitting the pavement or in motion.

This photo by Josiah Mackenzie is used under Creative Commons License Shel Silverstein’s children’s book “The Missing Piece” tells the story of an incomplete-circle-shaped character who leisurely rolls around looking for his missing piece that will ultimately make him a complete and perfect circle. When he finally finds the piece that fits he rolls so fast…

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20 Gorgeous Alaska Pinterest Boards

Posted in About Alaska

Alaska sunrise

This photo by Dawn Ellner is used under Creative Commons License The best part about getting ready for a trip to Alaska this summer is daydreaming about the huge mountains, the breathtaking glaciers, and the breaching whales. When you cannot wait to get up to the Land of the Midnight Sun, try diving into Pinterest…

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