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With almost half the state’s total population, Anchorage has quite a few experienced Alaskans available to play host and share favorite locations, attractions and activities.  Not only does Anchorage possess a great concentration of experienced guides, it’s surrounded by some of the most impressive scenery in the world; Denali National Park to the North, Prince William Sound and Kenai Fjords National Park to the South and Chugach State Park right in the backyard! Alaskans love to share Alaska, and fortunately, there’s plenty here to go around.

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Flightseeing above the expanses of an icy blue glacier.
Flightseeing above the expanses of an icy blue glacier. ©Alpine Air

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Whether you have an hour or a whole day, day tour companies and their professional tour guides have a long list of “wow” destinations around Anchorage.
Get up close to the 1,000-foot high face of a brilliant blue glacier and listen to the thunderous roar as a huge wall of ice crashes into the waters below.
Journey deep into bear territory on an Alaska bear viewing tour to Kodiak Island or Katmai National Park. One-day fly-in adventures begin right in Anchorage.
Tap into your sense of adventure while discovering unspoiled territory with experienced naturalist guides in the wilderness areas surrounding Anchorage.
A narrow ribbon of steel runs through some of Alaska’s most glorious country, connecting rail stops like Seward, Anchorage, Denali and Fairbanks through daily service in summer; weekends in winter.
Flightseeing tours depart from Anchorage year-round to places that, quite literally, will take your breath away. Visit areas of Alaska not accessible by any other means.
Visitors to Anchorage are often pleasantly surprised that Alaska’s largest city offers so many wilderness experiences. And getting there is half the fun!
If you want to see as much of Alaska as you can, but will only be here for a few days and are not sure where to start, make the most of your time an­­d money by joining a group tour.
No deadlines, no schedule. Nothing but the open road and skies as far as the eye can see. Easy riders are in for a wild ride in this must-see motorcycle destination.