Alaska March 20, 2017
The Alaska Travel Diary That Is Guaranteed To Cause Severe Daydreaming
The mighty Last Frontier is filled with a plethora of phenomenal places that you simply HAVE to
see before you die. From major attractions to hidden gems, the 49th state offers more breathtaking natural beauty than anywhere else in the world. Our majestic mountain peaks are guaranteed to ruin you for life. Plus the fierce beauty of our glaciers is like something straight out of a fairy tale. With a variety of spectacular regions all widely different from the next, Alaska is guaranteed to capture your heart and never let it go. Now here’s a little eye-candy to remind you why you need to start planning those summer adventures ASAP.
During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.
Tundra hiking on the Aleutian Islands offers views as far as the eyes can see, without a single tree in sight.
The sapphire sights at Tracy Arm Fjord new Juneau is absolutely mind-blowing.
Stop at the Tern Lake pullout in the Chugach National Forest to enjoy beautiful flora with mountains reflecting into the water in the backdrop.
Only the most daring mountaineers will be found camping at Ruth Gorge on the Ruth Glacier in Denali National Park, located three vertical miles below the summit of North America's tallest mountain; Denali.
The way massive gleaming glaciers jolt out of the ocean in Prince William Sound is a sight unlike anything else in the world.
Catching Alaska's adorable wildlife living freely in their natural element is a treasure that locals and visitors alike hold near and dear to their hearts.
The winding rivers in Alaska's Wrangell–St. Elias National Park and Preserve will leave you flabbergasted with their seemingly never-ending beauty.
Mount Foraker is a 17,400-foot tall mountain located in the central Alaska Range of Denali National Park, approximately 14 miles southwest of Denali, the tallest mountain in North America.
Watching humpback whales plunging out of the peaceful seas in Kenai Fjords National Park is a truly captivating experience that will leave you gasping for air.
Spend a hot summer day in Fairbanks walking in the shade through the birch trees at Creamer's Field.
They say that Denali and the entire Alaska Range creates its weather system, and these massive cloud formations slowly lifting and circulating around the mountain tops is all the (ominous) proof that we need.
A fierce yellow sunset in Glacier Bay National Park is found reflecting off the water as far as the eyes can 'sea'...
When the Northern Lights are illuminating the sky, body silhouettes and tree formations make for a completely incredible photo op.
When visitors travel from all around the world to view Alaska's 616 named glaciers, this is precisely the kind of larger-than-life magic that they can expect to see.
Paragliding over Alaska's infamous Turnagain Arm is not for the faint of heart, but it is certainly a surefire way to make an adrenaline junkie one happy camper.
Although Hatcher Pass offers so much incredible natural beauty in the summertime, it is equally as majestic during the snowy winter months.
Whether you're visiting the picturesque Kenai Peninsula or the lush rainforest in Alaska's Southeast region, the eye-candy will be impossible to miss.
There is nothing more precious than viewing a beautiful orca whale in the middle of Alaska's remote, peaceful waters.
Cape Lutke on Unimak Island is a very exposed place where you'll find entire land masses covered in green moss, without a single tree in sight.
Autumn in Alaska is a natural phenomenon where entire valleys and mountain sides are turned flamboyant shades of red for only a few weeks each year.
No matter now long it may be, the Trans-Alaskan Pipeline doesn't obstruct anyone's view when the magical Aurora Borealis is shining brightly.
Fierce fireweed with views of the Mount Iliamna stratovolcano is a picturesque summertime sight that you'll only experience on The Kenai, Alaska's Playground.
Serpentine Hot Springs in the Bering Land Bridge National Preserve is a remote, rugged place to soak in the beauty of Alaska's backcountry.
Get up close and personal with the piercing blue colors of Alaska's 616 named glaciers with over 100,000 glaciers in total throughout the 49th state.
When the insanely beautiful colors of Alaska's fall foliage collides with cool cloud formations and colorful sunset vibes, the end result is an electrifying scene.
Fuel your wanderlust a little bit extra with
these seven unforgettable road trips in Alaska that you’ve just gotta take before you die. When the sun is shining and all that snow finishing melting, these 15 incredible hikes under 5 miles that will lead you to the most unforgettable places. For more great articles and incredible video footage from Alaska, be sure to check us out online HERE.