For over 90 years, the Alaska Railroad has connected many of Alaska’s most popular destinations: Anchorage, Denali National Park, Girdwood, Talkeetna, Fairbanks and more. Today, the Railroad offers an array of day trips – such as rail to Seward for a wildlife & glacier cruise – as well as multi-destination vacation packages that include rail, accommodations and activities. Adventure abounds at the Spencer Glacier Whistle Stop, a back country paradise developed in partnership between the Railroad and the Chugach National Forest Service – here, you can go for guided hikes, raft amid glacial icebergs, or go ice climbing on the glacier itself. The Railroad also offers daily summer access to two national parks: Denali National Park and Kenai Fjords National Park (accessible from Seward). Traveling aboard the Railroad ensures that the journey will be just as spectacular as the destination: incredible views unfold along the tracks, and knowledgeable tour guides share the stories behind the sights. Two classes of passenger service: glass-domed GoldStar Service (includes dining!) and comfortably appointed Adventure Class. Learn more at AlaskaRailroad.com.