From cruising the Inner Passage to climbing Denali, Alaska offers an amazing array of outdoor activities. Kayak, fly fish or snow shoe your way through the state while witnessing some of nature's most stunning creations like gargantuan glaciers or spectacular Northern Lights displays.
Alaska has earned its nick name, "The Last Frontier," because of its rugged landscape. It's also referred to as "Land of the Midnight Sun" because during the summer, the sun is visible nearly 24 hours.
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Alaska's Outdoor Activities
Even when the weather hits rock bottom, there is plenty to do and see in the Last Frontier. For more information, visit the Official Alaska Tourism website.