Here Are 6 Unforgettable Weekend Trips To Take In Alaska
Who doesn’t love going on a weekend vacation, especially with family or friends? If you’ve got some time off then you should definitely take this opportunity to enjoy a long weekend away from home on any of these great weekend trips in Alaska. Don’t have any ideas on where to go for a relaxing weekend away? Well look no further, we’ve compiled some awesome and unforgettable vacation ideas for that long weekend away.
Have you taken any of these weekend trips in Alaska for a memorable adventure? What did you think? Do you have a favorite? Let us know in the comments below!
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Weekend Trips In Alaska
What is the best month to travel in Alaska?
Well if you’re a local of Alaska, then you know that every month has something to offer in our great state. Fall may be brief, but it’s fiery and spectacular almost all over the state. The winter is mild in Southeast, and the skiing and snowboarding is spectacular in Southcentral Alaska, particularly in Valdez. In the summer time the interior is bursting with light, sunshine, and a whole lot of warm temperatures and gorgeous, stunning scenery. In the winter the interior is home to the dancing northern lights, and people come from all over the world to experience this beautiful natural wonder. No matter what season you travel to Alaska, you’ll find something that will blow your mind. We have a beautiful state to explore!
Should I ride the Alaska Railroad?
A huge, resounding “Yes!” The Alaska Railroad is a delight to ride and will take you through the countryside in Alaska. You’ll see sights impossible to see in any other way, while relaxing on your comfy train seat and gazing at the view around you through the huge picture windows. Grab lunch or dinner on the Dining Car, and grab a drink from the Bar Car. You can travel anywhere from Seward all the way up to Fairbanks on the wonderful Alaska Railroad.