13 Things People Miss The Most About Alaska When They Leave
You know the phrase, you don’t really know what you’ve got until it’s gone? Well in this case, you don’t really know what you’ve got until you leave! Here are some of the things people miss most when moving from Alaska.
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Alaska is an amazing place to live. With 24 hours of light to play in during the summer, and 24 hours of dusk and darkness in the winter to recuperate, this is the perfect place to live if you love both adventure and relaxation. The state is so huge you have different weather patterns, different landscapes, and different wildlife, depending on where you travel to. Whether you crave long, intense, snowy winters, or balmy wet ones right on the coast, Alaska has something for everyone. If you’ve ever thought about living in Alaska, go for it! The only thing better than the landscape are the people. You won’t regret a move here, but you might regret not moving here!
What are the most beautiful places in Alaska?
Alaska is filled with a stunning array of beautiful places. There’s a reason why this state is on everyone’s bucket list. Travelers from all over the world head to Alaska to see some of the most unique and rare beauty on the planet. The geography is breathtaking, and you’ll discover incredible places in Alaska like Denali, the largest mountain in all of North America. Hit the coast and sail through Kenai Fjords, taking in glaciers that drop into the ocean. Or you could head above the Arctic Circle and watch the northern lights play across the Brooks Range. Alaska is filled with over 570,000 square miles of beauty all waiting to be explored. However you choose to experience the state, you won’t be disappointed.
Casea Peterson grew up archery hunting, fishing, and camping throughout the Pacific Northwest. Motivated by her love for the outdoors she moved to Alaska to attend school and to spend time exploring the last frontier. If she doesn’t have a pen in hand or her nose in a book, she can be found out on a lake or up in the woods around a fire with friends.
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