Alaska November 13, 2018
This Scenic Road Trip Takes You To All 7 Wonders Of Alaska
From the touring mountains to the sparkling seas, Alaska is majestic and magnificent, mile after mile. One of the best ways to enjoy it all is on a road trip. Head to these 7 amazing spots to see some of the most incredible features Alaska has to offer. While there’s plenty more to love, these wonders are sure to delight!
7 Wonders of Alaska Interactive Map
1. Lost Lake, Seward, Lost Lake Trail Road
This glittering sapphire pool lies in the mountains outside Seward and is the most stunningly gorgeous color in the summer months. In the winter, snow shoe here for equally epic views dressed in snow and ice.
2. Hope, Hope Highway
This small, historical town is a reasonable drive out of Anchorage, and in a particularly beautiful part of Alaska. The wide open spaces, white water rapids, and quaint small mining town are all attractions in this uniquely scenic spot.
3. Pioneer Peak, Palmer, Glenn Highway
At an elevation of 6,398 feet, this amazing peak is a focal point of the area, and an amazing wonder of Alaska. The hike to the top is brutal and astounding. Visit this beautiful wonder anytime of year, just check conditions before attempting the climb.
4. Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights), Fairbanks, Parks Highway
In Alaska's interior, the night skies light up with the most phenomenal colors in the winter months. When the temperatures dip below zero, the skies are ablaze with the most beautiful light show on the planet.
5. Denali National Park, Healy, Parks Highway
The beautiful mountain stands at 20,310 feet and it the tallest mountain on the North American continent. The National Park and Preserve covers 6,045,153 acres surrounding the mountain of wildlife and wildlife habitat.
6. Brooks Range, Northern Alaska, Dalton Highway
The Brooks Range is one of Alaska's most wild and beautiful areas with starkly gorgeous views of windswept mountains and passes. Drive to the top of the state through these incredible views (with a rugged vehicle, and in the summer months.)
7. Deadhorse, End of Dalton Highway, Arctic Ocean
At the end of the Dalton is the arctic community of Deadhorse, with the iconic access to the beach of the Arctic Ocean where the infamous Polar Bear Plunge occurs.
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