Mark Ross, a naturalist at Creamer’s Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge in Fairbanks, invented the cross-country, solstice-celebrating AlaskAcross—a nonstop 60-mile hiking traverse in northern Alaska, from Lost Creek to Eureka.
A new elevated bridge and boardwalk now spans the Brooks River, greatly enhancing the safety and movement of both people and wildlife in the Brooks Camp area.
A new National Park Service report shows that 2,920,250 visitors to national parks in Alaska spent $1.36 billion in the state in 2018, resulting in 17,760 jobs and a cumulative economic benefit of more than $1.98 billion.
Memorial Day Weekend represents the unofficial start of summer in Alaska. It’s the weekend when people start cleaning up their yards, head out for the first camping, or boating trip of the summer and break out grills for barbecuing.
More than 450 student athletes from communities across Alaska will gather at the UAA Alaska Airlines Center in Anchorage for the 49th Annual NYO Games.
The Alaska State Fair announced the four additional acts that recently joined the 2019 AT&T Concert Series line-up.
Salmon Sisters, the fishermen-sister owned Alaskan seafood and design brand’s charitable Give Fish Project has expanded, and will now donate one-percent of all sales.
During aurora season, generally August 21 through April 21, there’s always the chance to catch the Northern Lights in action.
The Alaska Railroad is chugging into summer with new ways to explore and experience the Last Frontier.
Great Alaskan Holidays has just been awarded the 2018 Circle of Excellence Award from Winnebago Industries.