117 Ports Found

Kotzebue, Alaska

Kotzebue, Alaska is not just a beautiful, natural wonder, it has a soul as well. Every Spring, Kotzebue is host to the Kobuk 440 sled-dog race. The Arctic Circle Sunshine Festival is a two week celebration to welcome back the sun after months of almost total darkness, and the annual Fourth of July celebration includes contests (including muktuk eating), Eskimo dancing, games, and good all-American fun.

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Alyeska, Alaska

Alyeska is a Russian form of an Aleut word meaning "the Great Land," used by the ancient island people to describe mainland Alaska. From its rustic mining camp origins to the contemporary elegance of a world-class ski resort, "Alyeska" offers a refreshing glimpse of life in one of Alaska's most charming communities.

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Cordova, Alaska

Cordova is a small, coastal town surrounded by glacier-carved mountains in Prince William Sound. The area dazzles you with wildlife-rich wetlands, lush forests, and countless waterways. This blending of natural grandeur with exciting activities such as hiking, wildlife photography, boating, sportfishing, flightseeing and more makes Cordova an incredible vacation destination.

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Fairbanks, Alaska

Fairbanks, Alaska mixes city conveniences with the feel of a rural community. Fairbanks serves as the gateway to Denali National Park, and has a wide array of activities to offer. These include gold field exhibits, Alaskaland, the trans-Alaska Pipeline, and one of Fairbanks' top attractions, the four-hour Riverboat Discovery tour of the Chena and Tanana rivers.

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