Our Guide to Visiting Alaska in the Winter

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Alaska in winter is a wonderland of adventures and natural beauty. The snowy landscapes create a magical backdrop for various activities like dog sledding, northern lights viewing and ice fishing. Outdoor enthusiasts will revel in activities like skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing amidst the blanketed wilderness. For those seeking a quieter, more serene side of Alaska,…

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4 Remote Destinations to Explore in Alaska

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The state of Alaska is enormous, remote, and wild: the perfect combination for adventuresome flying. In fact, some villages can only be accessed by plane or dogsled. Get the most out of your trip to Alaska by logging some inflight hours as part of your itinerary. Here are four possible destinations to chart. Adak Island…

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