An engine cut-off switch is an emergency ignition cut-off device that shuts down the engine if the operator is ejected from the vessel or falls overboard.
The Forest Service hopes a variety of stakeholders, including the public, partners, tribes, and Alaska Native corporations, will help it identify needed work on outdoor projects.
With the number of tourists drastically reduced (if they come at all), locals will have the run of Anchorage—which makes it the perfect time for the city’s residents to become acquainted with all the municipality’s outdoor options.
Alyeska Resort reopens to the public on June 12, providing Alaskans the opportunity to enjoy a true resort experience and world-class dining on the border of the northernmost rainforest in the world—all without having to leave the state.
Veteran Iditarod musher Thomas Waerner of Torpa, Norway, crossed under the burled arch in Nome to claim his first Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race championship.
This year Great Alaskan Holidays, Alaska’s largest RV rental, sales, and service business, celebrates its 35th anniversary in Alaska’s travel, tourism, and leisure industry.
The Alaska State Fair announced the first two acts in the 2020 AT&T Concert Series: traditional country singer Jon Pardi on August 29 and the genre-crossing, multilingual orchestra Pink Martini on September 3.
One of Anchorage’s oldest youth soccer clubs has entered into a partnership with the MLS Portland Timbers and NWSL Portland Thorns FC.
Partnering with global surf forecasting site Surfline, Alaska will discount up to 30 percent off flights to and from Hawaii based on the height of forecasted waves around the islands.
Lake Clark National Park and Preserve Opens Second Public Use Cabin in Historic Prospector’s Log Home
Lake Clark National Park and Preserve recently opened its second public use cabin. The historic Joe Thompson cabin is at the base of the newly revitalized Portage Creek Trail on the north shore of Lake Clark about thirteen miles from Port Alsworth.