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The Last Frontier: Two Week Road Trip

Alaska

Solo, Family With Kids, Family without kids, Backpacking, Active/Adventure, City, Cultural / Historical
Spring, Summer
$$, $$$

Alaska. The Last Frontier. It was as incredible as we had imagined. The scenery is breathtaking. From the Prince William Sound to Glaciers and lush rainforest. Alaska has it all. Wildlife sightings, peace & quiet - this will be a trip your family will remember forever. Our route took us a little off the beaten path - from Anchorage to McCarthy/Kennicott to Valdez to Whittier/Seward to Girdwood. We loved it so much, we highly recommend this super easy loop. Some areas of Alaska - especially near Denali - get so busy! We hit Talkeetna (closest town to Denali) for a few hours and were very glad that we saw incredible areas of Alaska without the crowds!!

Guide Highlights

Hiking Root Glacier in St. Elias Wrangell Natl. Park
Hiking on a glacier is one of the coolest experiences of our lives! It was neat to see a glacier, but even better to be on one!

The Alaska Marine Highway
We took our car on the ferry and spent five hours between Valdez to Whittier taking in the views from the stunning Prince William Sound.

Guide Features

Local Food
Healthy Food
Breweries
Hiking
Water Sports
Kayaking/Canoeing
Boating
Photo spots
Museums
Art
Shopping

Details

We took this two week Alaska Road Trip with our three kids in tow. But, can easily be done as a couple, with friends or solo!
Our Guide includes information on Anchorage, McCarthy/Kennicott, Valdez, Seward and Girdwood.

This Guide is perfect for anyone who wants some adventure: Glacier hiking, packrafting, moderate hikes and fishing! And, off the beaten path...

Our Guide includes where to stay, where to eat and really cool things to do in each location! Also, with varying budgets! We've included a packing list as well.

It's your total blueprint - after weeks of our own research. You do not need to look further!

This guide crafted by:

Mollie Krengel

Nothing energizes me more than exploring a new city. I totally geek out on the travel research which makes for super cool experiences!

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