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10 OCT 2017


Alaska Uncovered

Alaska is big, beautiful and a visit here is truly a trip of a lifetime.  There are plenty of ways to experience America’s largest state, from luxurious cruise liners and intimate small ships to overland expeditions or the Alaska Marine Highway (the local ferry system).  Personal travel manager Sue Kuti has created an Alaska cheat sheet that will surely tempt you to see it all for yourself. Grand scenery Denali, which is also known by its former official name, Mt McKinley, is North America’s highest mountain, standing at 6,190 metres tall.  It forms the focal point of Denali National Park and Preserve, which attracts more than half a million visitors every year.  It’s just one of the many scenic highlights of a state that covers 1.7 million square kilometres (almost the same area as Queensland) and includes immense glaciers, dense forests and vast rivers.  Unique wildlife Katmai National Park is another much-loved park which is an active volcanic landscape, but is probably best known as a salmon habitat and home to the thousands of brown bears that feed on them. Outdoor adventures Alaska offers activities to tempt every type of traveller, from the most sedate to the most adventurous: hiking, mushing, kayaking, leisurely cruising and fishing are just a few.  With so much on offer, you may find it difficult to choose, but generally your choices will be dictated by time, budget and style of travel. History and heritage Spend some time in Anchorage, Alaska’s largest city and home to an excellent Native Heritage Centre.

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