Alaska Day Trips: 4 Amazing Adventures

Alaska, the land of boundless beauty and untamed wilderness, holds treasures beyond imagination. As locals, we have the incredible privilege of calling this majestic state our home. Whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast or simply seeking a refreshing getaway, Alaska offers an abundance of unforgettable day trips. In this uplifting blog post, we’ll take you on a journey to discover the best-kept secrets and hidden gems that await you just a stone’s throw away. Get ready to be inspired and embark on remarkable adventures in your... READ MORE

Exploring the Beauty of Alaska: A Quick Traveler’s Guide

If you’re on the hunt for a truly breathtaking destination that’s filled with unique outdoor opportunities, Alaska should be at the very top of your list. This stunning state offers an unrivaled combination of jaw-dropping landscapes, one-of-a-kind wildlife encounters, and fascinating cultural history that are sure to leave you in awe. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at what makes Alaska such a special place and provide you with all the tips and insights you’ll need to plan your ultimate Alaskan adventure. The... READ MORE

A Timeless Tale of the Sea: The Salty Dog Saloon, Homer, Alaska


Join us on an enchanting journey to one of Alaska’s most iconic and cherished watering holes, the Salty Dog Saloon. Nestled in the quaint town of Homer, it’s a spot teeming with character, brimming with history, and wrapped in a warm atmosphere that’s as inviting as the Alaskan wilderness itself.The Salty Dog Saloon isn’t just a bar. It’s a testament to Homer’s rich maritime history and a living monument to the rugged spirit of the Alaskan people. Housed in a historic building that’s well over... READ MORE

Journey Through Time: Hiking to Bomber Glacier from Anchorage, Alaska


Embark on a hike like no other, through the rugged terrains of Alaska to the historical Bomber Glacier, named after a TB-29 Superfortress that crashed there over six decades ago. An adventure teeming with picturesque landscapes and a powerful historical narrative awaits you. In the remote mountains north of Palmer, the wreckage of a TB-29 Superfortress lies scattered across Bomber Glacier. This aircraft was on a training mission back in 1957 when it met with an unfortunate accident. It strayed off its course due to... READ MORE

Discover the Unspoiled Wilderness: The Top 10 Places to Visit in Alaska


Discover the Unspoiled Wilderness: The Top 10 Places to Visit in Alaska Alaska, the 49th state of the United States, is a marvel that continues to draw in intrepid travelers and nature lovers alike with its unparalleled scenic landscapes and intriguing remoteness. Beyond the well-known cities such as Anchorage, the true charm of Alaska lies in its majestic natural wonders and awe-inspiring attractions. Here, we present a curated list of the top 10 places you must visit on your Alaskan journey. 1. Wrangell St. Elias... READ MORE



Alaska is home to the most incredible mountainous landscapes, wildlife, and unique culture. From the Arctic Circle to the Aleutian Islands, Alaska is truly a wild place to live. Want to immerse yourself to feel like you’re in Alaska from the comfort of your home? Check out the best live webcams that showcase the real Alaska. 3. BROOKS FALLS BROWN BEARS – Katmai National Park Source: Christoph Strässler via Flickr   Brooks Falls is infamous for being up close and intimate with Brown Bears in... READ MORE

Top 5 Fly Fishing Lakes in Alaska


Top 5 Fly Fishing Lakes in Alaska Alaska is home to some of the best fly fishing in the world, and its lakes are no exception. With clear, cold water and abundant fish populations, Alaska’s lakes are a fly fisher’s dream. Here are five of the best fly fishing lakes in Alaska: Kenai Lake: Kenai Lake is one of the most popular fly fishing destinations in Alaska. It is home to a variety of fish species, including rainbow trout, Dolly Varden, and grayling. The lake is... READ MORE

Top 5 Trout Fishing Lakes in Alaska


Top 5 Trout Fishing Lakes in Alaska Alaska is a world-renowned destination for trout fishing, and there are many great lakes to choose from. Here are the top 5 trout fishing lakes in Alaska: Kenai Lake: Kenai Lake is one of the most popular trout fishing lakes in Alaska. It is located in the Kenai Peninsula, and it is home to a variety of trout species, including rainbow trout, Dolly Varden, and brook trout. The lake is also home to a number of lodges and resorts... READ MORE



After living in hibernation with six months of darkness for the winter season, summertime is us locals’ favorite season! Summers in Alaska consists of vibrant green foliage, warm weather, fishing season, and most importantly, the midnight sun. Being born and raised in Anchorage, I’ve yet to grow tired of watching the Alaskan sunset over the Cook Inlet. In this article, I’ll give you the top 5 places in Anchorage, Alaska to photograph the sunset.  5. SHIP CREEK, SMALL BOAT LAUNCH Source: @alaskavans via Instagram  ... READ MORE

Four Favorite Beaches in Alaska


Alaska is hardly known for it’s sandy beaches and hot weather. Tourists won’t usually put swim suits on their luggage list when booking a ticket to the 49th state. However, Alaska does have sandy beaches and they’re worth noting. Take a peak at the top four sandy beaches in the last frontier! Schooner Beach Credit: Heat13her|Flicker Waves crash for miles on Schooner beach. In the background is Mt. St. Elias, the second highest peak in the United States. A place of sanctity and serene beauty.... READ MORE



Source: Jacob Boomsma via Shutterstock   Seward, Alaska is one of the most historical locations to visit in the state. This small fishing town has an unbeatable view of Resurrection Bay and the Kenai Fjords National Park. Visiting Seward is a perfect way to immerse yourself in an authentic Alaskan experience. To experience Seward “the Alaskan way”, read this article to learn about the town’s most featured attractions. 1. Visit the Alaska SeaLife Center Source: @alaskasealifecenter via Instagram   The Alaska SeaLife Center, also known... READ MORE

8 Iconic Alaskan Waterfalls


Alaska is home to hundreds of waterfalls across the state. Some are only accessible by plane and others by boat, but all of them provide an amazing photo-op guaranteed to make your Facebook friends and Instagram followers jealous. Below are SharingAlaska’s top waterfalls in Alaska that make you feel you’re in an adventure movie!   1)  Thunderbird Falls — Eklutna, Alaska Photo by E.J. Parker … READ MORE