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Only In Alaska Will You See Something Like This On A Rafting Trip Down The River

It’s that time of year again, hunting season! While there are many people in the state who choose not to hunt for their own reasons, the majority of Alaskans anxiously await this time of year to be able to harvest the most delicious wild game in the world. Moose, deer, caribou, bison… the list goes on and on. We have a bounty of natural resources available to us throughout the last frontier, but bringing home the bacon doesn’t always come easy – or without a fight.

As you’ll see in the heart-pounding video featured below, going into the raw and rugged areas of Alaska that are off the beaten path is fiercely dangerous. You have to be very knowledgeable of your surroundings, prepared for Alaska’s unpredictable elements and prepared for just about anything. Because if you aren’t properly equipped, the result of your negligence could literally be a life or death situation.

If you’ve never been deep into the Alaskan wilderness, be smart and consult with a local Fish & Game office in your area before going anywhere. Take a back-country education class or if you’re going hunting, consider hiring an experienced and reputable guide. Because in a place where the bears outnumber the humans, being on your toes is key to survival.

If that had you on the edge of your seat, you’ve got to check out this incredible footage of two bull moose fighting right in someone’s front yard in Alaska’s most populated city of Anchorage. It is both terrifying and fascinating at the same time!

Courtney Stanley
Living and loving life in Alaska, Courtney enjoys living a happy life based on simple principles; work hard, be kind, stay humble. She is appreciative everyday for the ability to live a subsistence based lifestyle thanks to the bounty of natural resources that Alaska has to offer. Her hobbies include running, fly fishing, hiking & snowboarding.