The Tiny Town In Alaska You’ve Never Heard Of But Will Fall In Love With

From Alaska’s largest city of Anchorage, head south on the Seward Highway for about 100 miles towards the enchanting little alpine village of Moose Pass. Keep your eyes peeled, because if you blink – you just might miss this charming little town on the Kenai Peninsula. This picturesque town with a population around roughly 200 residents is situated on the shores of Upper Trail Lake at milepost 29.5 on the Seward Highway, and what it has to offer is truly unique. Just see for yourself…

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For a closer look into this tiny little gem of a town, check out the YouTube video and experience what Moose Pass looks like from the aerial perspective of a seaplane flight.

Be sure to also check out these 15 mountain towns in Alaska that are straight out of a storybook. The one small town in Alaska where you’ll never want to sleep is also nearby to Moose Pass, and you’re sure to love it. For more great articles and incredible video footage from Alaska, be sure to check us out online HERE.