On most maps of the United States, Alaska has its own separate window. Located about 500 miles north of mainland America and separated by the Canadian territory of British Colombia, Alaska is actually closer in proximity to Russia than to its sister states. It is the largest state in America by far, with more than two times square mileage of Texas, and has a longer coastline than all of the other U.S. states combined. But notwithstanding Alaska’s sheer size, it is also the least populous state, with about half of it’s residents living in the Anchorage metropolitan area. So what’s going on in the other 661,000 square miles? From the Arctic National Park and Eskimo communities in the north; to the thriving forests, wild tundra and high peaks of Mt. McKinely in the central heartland; to the bears, birds, and fish in the south. Even with a frigid, subarctic climate, there is certainly no lack of opportunity for outdoor adventure in Alaska.
City: Ketchikan |
Explore the treasures and wonders found in the amazing state of Alaska! This cozy fishing lodge is located just minutes away from Alaska's finest saltwater and freshwater fishing and, more importantly, is nestled in the heart of Tongass National Park, the earth's largest remaining temperate rainforest. Kayaking, hiking, whales, b...
City: Halibut Cove |
Located in Halibut Cove, an Alaskan peninsula known for its Herring population, this hand-made lodge sits on Kachemak Bay adjacent to Kachemak Bay State Park. Experience trout fishing, glacier kayaking, bird watching, hiking, brown bear sighting, and photography. Relax comfortably in this cozy lodge, made of Pacific Northwest and...
City: Seldovia |
Across the Bay Tent and Breakfast Adventure Company is tucked into a rain forest on the lower Kenai Peninsula across beautiful Kachemak Bay near Homer Alaska. Surrounding us are gleaming islands, majestic mountains and the magnificent volcanoes of the Alaska Range.
City: Seward |
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Cabins are located on a privately-owned island (Orca Island) in Humpy Cove, 9 miles SE of Seward, Alaska. Humpy Cove is a scenic cove, surrounded by snow-capped mountains, and the view from the island includes nearby islands and the Kena...