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Set amid the coastal Chugach Mountains, Anchorage, Alaska is a destination unlike any other. This urban enclave is surrounded by wilderness and offers a unique combination of modern amenities and rugged charm. It’s known for its cultural sites, museums, and art galleries as well as top-notch restaurants and shops. The city is also a gateway to spectacular national parks. So if you’re planning a family vacation to Alaska, be sure to spend a day in Anchorage! Here are some of our favorite things to do there.
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With some of the finest seafood in the world available at our fingertips, it’s no wonder Alaskans love sushi. In fact, you can find good sashimi and nigiri all over the state! This is especially true at Tokyo Restaurant in Wasilla, where specialty rolls, soups, salads, and noodle dishes await. If you’ve got a craving for Japanese cuisine, you’re in luck! Here’s what you’ll find at Tokyo Restaurant & Sushi.
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f you’re a beer lover, you know there’s nothing more refreshing than a delicious craft brew. From porters to IPA’s, everything tastes better when it’s made by hand. This is especially true at Bleeding Heart Brewery, where two Alaska natives are producing crisp, clean beers with heart – one barrel at a time. Here are some things you should know about their brewery.
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It’s no secret that winter in Alaska is colder and darker than summer. But that doesn’t mean the state shuts down! In fact, some of Alaska’s most amazing experiences happen in winter. From the world famous Iditarod to the spectacular Northern Lights, there’s plenty to enjoy throughout the season. All you need an adventurous spirit and a warm jacket! Here are some of our favorite things to do in Alaska in winter.
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Alaska Route 1, also known as the Alcan Highway, is a 545-mile highway that runs through the southern part of Alaska. It stretches from the tip of Homer Spit to the town of Tok, traveling past countless natural wonders along the way. Feel free to stop for lunch at a local restaurant, pull over to pick berries, or hike a glacier during your journey. Whatever you choose, we promise your drive on Alaska Route 1 will be one you’ll never forget! Here are a few points of interest to add to your road trip itinerary.
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If you’re an avid angler, chances are fishing in Alaska is on your bucket list. The 49th state is famous for its cornucopia of wild salmon, champion trout, Arctic Grayling, and more. All you have to do is purchase a license and head to the Mat-Su Valley for the Alaska fly fishing trip of a lifetime! Here are some things you should know before you go.
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Most trips to Alaska are centered around the great outdoors. But if you encounter a rainy day on the Last Frontier, you’ll need to head inside! The Alaska Native Heritage Center in Anchorage is a great place to escape the rain. Just a short drive from our inn, this renowned cultural center shares the heritage of Alaska’s Indigenous people through activities, displays, demonstrations, and more! Here’s why a trip to this facility should be on your Alaska itinerary.
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From the boroughs of New York City to the Alaskan wilderness, one sandwich reigns supreme: the submarine. Also known as a sub, wedge, hoagie, hero, or grinder, this sandwich consists of a roll split lengthwise and filled with meats, cheeses, vegetables, and condiments. If you’re craving one during your trip to Southcentral Alaska, look no further than Krazy Moose Subs. It’s located in Wasilla and offers a variety of sub sandwiches and cookies in a comfortable setting. Here are some of the things you can enjoy there.
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With almost half a million visitors each year, Denali National Park and Preserve is one of the most popular destinations in Alaska. This six million acre wilderness is home to North America’s tallest peak and offers endless opportunities for adventure. Simply sign up for a guided tour and explore amazing landscapes like spruce forests, tundra, glaciers, and more. You’ll even have the chance to spot over 37 species of wildlife. Whether it’s by bus or on foot, a Denali National Park tour will leave you with lasting memories. Here are a few of our favorites.
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