Here Are The 9 Biggest Risks Of Living In Alaska

The Last Frontier may not have a high crime rate or very many natural disasters to speak of, but it does have killer mosquitos, slippery sidewalks, and wildlife that’s not afraid to charge at you! Think you can survive living in Alaska? If you’re thinking about moving to Alaska, you may want to check out this list of dangerous things in Alaska before you start packing.

During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.

We know these things suck, but in our view, the Last Frontier is totally worht these inconveniences.

Can you think of any other risks of living in Alaska? Share your experiences in the comments!

 

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July 29, 2021

What are some more risks in Alaska?

Well, for one, life is very expensive here. The cost of shipping goods here means that you’ll pay more for everything from bananas to concert tickets (if your favorite artists even bother to tour here!). You’ll also probably not get to enjoy much outdoor swimming like those in the lower 48 do. It takes ages to get anywhere, so forget about a quick road trip. For some more negatives, check out this list.

What are some things to do in Alaska?

We may be biased, but we think we’re the most beautiful state in the country, no competition. We’ve got virtually unlimited outdoor activities. No matter what your favorite thing to do is outside, you can do it here. Snowboarding, skiing, hiking, fishing: pretty much everything that doesn’t require year-round warm temperatures can be done here. The sight-seeing options are incredible, and we’ve got some pretty amazing wildlife. If you need a reminder of why you are considering moving to Alaska, check out this list of 20 benefits to living here!

What are some natural wonders in Alaska?

If you ask us, practically the entire state is a natural wonder. For a more detailed list, check this out. Does anything compare to Glacier Bay National Park? Or our many volcanoes? Don’t even get us started on Denali, the highest mountain in North America.

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