Follow This Map To These 10 One-Of-A-Kind Rustic Roadhouses In Alaska
Before there were snowmachines and fourwheelers, people in Alaska traveled by dogsled and boat. As these forms of transportation take a lot longer than airplanes and autos, roadhouses sprung up across Alaska where travelers, prospectors, and pioneers dined, relaxed, and stayed over until the next step in their journey. These roadhouses haven’t lost their reputation as comfortable places to eat, rest and enjoy these amazing places in Alaska.
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