The return of the night sky

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The northern lights over a lake in Alaska

Alaskans go for months during the summer without really seeing a true night sky, which means no stargazing or potential to see the northern lights. Now that colder months are here and the night sky is back, here are some of our favorite places to go stargazing.   Southcentral Flattop Mountain — Visitors and locals…

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Flying Alaska: 4 Remote Destinations to Explore

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Floatplane Sunset

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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10 Breathtaking Pictures of Alaska

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Denali Denali is the highest peak in North America, 20,320 feet above sea level. The mountain is surrounded by beautiful Denali National Park, and in this picture from the north you see Wonder Lake in the foreground. Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis The natural phenomenon in the skies above the arctic region is called the…

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