15 Mountain Towns In Alaska That Are Straight Out Of A Storybook

Anyone who lives in or who has ever visited Alaska knows that once you’ve seen the lustrous peaks of the last frontier, nothing else in the world can compare. Not only is Alaska the largest state in the nation, but it is also home to 14 stunningly beautiful mountain ranges. Alaska is home to the highest peak in North America – Denali, which sits at a staggering 20,310 feet.

At the base of these incredible mountains sit the most beautiful towns in Alaska that have a way of instantly making you feel right at home. These 15 are a great jumping point, but there truly are so many others that are also worthy of writing home about as well.

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Have you visited any of these beautiful mountain towns in Alaska? Which one is your favorite? Is there one we missed that you would love to add to the list? Let us know in the comments below!

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Mountain Towns In Alaska

December 16, 2020

How many towns are in Alaska?

There are 331 towns, cities, and villages in the state of Alaska. 240 of them are remote village that are off the road system, and only accessible by air, boat, or intrepid snow machine in the winter time.

What is the smallest city in Alaska?

Bettles is the smallest city in Alaska, with a whopping population of 12 people. It is located right outside Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve, and has no roads leading to it.

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