Fairbanks

Fairbanks

INTRODUCTION Fairbanks is the hub for Alaska’s interior and Arctic Circle with first-class accommodations and restaurants, museums, some of Alaska’s top-rated visitor attractions, world-renowned concerts and performances, upscale galleries and specialty stores, historic sites, Alaska Native culture, and access to the Alaskan wilderness. Activities, dining, shopping, lodging, services and means of transportation provide countless options … Read more

Skagway

Skagway

INTRODUCTION Skagway is a place with scads of history and little rain, receiving about 26 inches of rain each year making it one of the driest communities along the Inside Passage. Much of Skagway is within the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park and many of the buildings and old shop fronts have been restored … Read more

Juneau

Juneau

INTRODUCTION Few cities in the U.S. are as beautiful as Juneau. Juneau, Alaska’s capital, is the most scenic capital in the country and is often referred to as a ‘little San Francisco.’ The bustling waterfront features cruise ships, tankers, fishing boats, a few kayakers and floatplanes buzzing in and out. Overhead are the snow-capped peaks … Read more

Ketchikan

ketchikan

INTRODUCTION Ketchikan sprawls along the Coast of Revillagigedo Island for several miles, is not only picturesque but completely fascinating. Ketchikan is centered on one road, Tongass Avenue. The heart of downtown is Creek Street, a pedestrian thoroughfare consisting of wooden boardwalks. Many businesses and homes are suspended above the water or cling to the hillside … Read more

Anchorage.

Anchorage

INTRODUCTION Anchorage is a unique destination, embraced by six mountain ranges and warmed by a maritime climate. It is alive year round with adventure, recreation, seasonal festivities, sporting events and more. Recognized as a four-time All-America City, Anchorage is a modern city surrounded by spectacular wilderness with adventures just steps from the hotel. During winter, … Read more