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Key Rings Representing Alaska Internet souvenir shop is now marketing a key chain for the State of Alaska; this dual-sided key ring features the Great Seal of the State and the State Flag. The Seal is not an igloo, which is what most people think of when they think of the State that lies at the far ..
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A Few Facts about Sled-Pulling Dogs in Alaska Alaska is the home to great breeds of sled dogs like the mutts and husky. No wonder dog mushing is the official state sport of this snow-covered frontier. The strong and double-coated Alaskan Malamute dogs were developed by the Malemiuts group of Eskimos..
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The Infinite Splendor of Alaska's Frozen Waterfall Alaska's famous frozen waterfall is a naturally evolved structure that has remained frozen for many years, despite the influences of climatic weather changes. It is located on the Seward highway in Turnagain Arm. The frozen waterfall draws curious t..
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The Mountainous Landscape of Alaska If you always hunt for the wild virgin beauty, Alaska is the perfect destination for you. Its sparkling glaciers, imposing mountains, vast forest lands and active volcanoes beckon trekkers and explorers from all over the world. The extreme climate conditions of Al..
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Denali National Park - Paradise amidst a Frozen Wilderness The Denali National Park is the largest wildlife reserve in North America, occupying an expansive six million acres. Its most notable landmass and tourist attraction is Mt. McKinley, which stands at a height of 20,320 feet and is known as th..
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Seal Of Alaska This is an acrylic fridge magnet souvenir of the Seal of Alaska, United States. In 1867, Russia sold Alaska to the United States, and for nearly fifty years the region was known as the District of Alaska. The first governor designated a seal of the district featuring icebergs, norther..
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Enjoy the View of the Alaskan Night Sky Whenever You Want The flag of the state of Alaska is elegant and simple, consisting of eight gold stars that form the Big Dipper, and the North Star, on a dark blue field. The Big Dipper is a part of the constellation Ursa Major, which symbolizes a bear, an in..
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A Brief Note about Valdez Cordova Valdez Cordova is a census area located in the state of Alaska. The region occupies a total expanse of 40,199 square miles. An estimated 86% of the region is comprised of land, while the remaining 14% is made up of water. The adjacent boroughs and census areas surro..
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Hiking Up the Trail to Mount Edith Clavell Mount Edith is sited in Jasper National Park, the largest wildlife reserve of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. The park was deemed a UNESCO world heritage site in the year 1984. Mount Edith was named after an English nurse who helped the allied troops escape f..
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The Majestic Chugach Mountain Range The mighty Chugach Mountains are located in the southernmost tip of Alaska. The range spans a total area of 402 km and stretches from the Cook Inlet of the west to the Tana River on the east. Mount Marcus Baker is the highest peak in the region and stands at an al..
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All about the Moose in Alaska The moose is the largest species of deer and it inhabits temperate and sub-arctic climate zones. As such, the boreal and mixed deciduous forests of Alaska are the natural home to this wonder animal, which is characterized by the palmate antlers in the males. Apart from ..
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The Eternal Tranquility of Portage Lake Portage Lake in Alaska derives its name from the mighty Portage Glacier that abuts the waterbody. The lake is located in the Chugach National Forest of Alaska and has been visible only after a glacial melt in the year 1914. Prior to this natural occurrence, th..
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The Beauty of Sunwapta Waterfall If you want to visit the Sunwapta waterfall at Jasper National Park in Canada, the easiest way would be to take a short drive through Icefields Parkway Jasper and Banff National Parks. The beauty of this 18.5 meter high and 9.1 metre wide fall can be appreciated in i..
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The Unforgettable View of Virgin Creek Falls Alaska is one of the least populous states of USA owing to its harsh winter, landscape covered with glaciers and extreme north location. However, if you once decide to go for the unconventional, Alaska will open up before your eyes its treasure of boundle..
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The Interminable Beauty of Eklutna Lake The Eklutna Lake Valley is a scenically beautiful camping area that is nestled amidst the panoramic Chugach Mountains. The valley draws people from all across the country who come in droves to enjoy its lush environs. Eklutna Lake offers a whole host of recrea..
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How to Reach Alaska Lost Lake If peace and quiet is what you seek, then a trip to Alaska's Lost Lake is the right panacea for you. The lake and its surroundings are synonymous with unparalleled beauty and can be likened to the mythical fountain of youth or a paradise amidst a frozen wasteland. The u..
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Portage Lake - Alaska's Most Visited Water body There are approximately 3 million lakes in the glacially dense region of Alaska. Of these, Portage Lake has gained a lot of tourist attention and has become the North American Mecca for snow related extreme sports including snowboarding, cross-country ..
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Basics about Tangle Falls The Tangle Falls located at the Jasper National Park in Alaska has a beautiful three-tier structure. Of the many waterfalls you get to see in Alaska, Tangle Falls is one of the lightest. Hence, it is better to visit the falls after a wet summer, when the precipitation helps..
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Souvenirs from Alaska

Alaska is undeniably unique among the United States, not only due to its size or closeness to the icy regions of the Arctic Pole, but also to its unforgettable paradise of natural wonders. Alaska is a land of ultimate adventure: exciting outdoor tours with magical trips, exotic hiking on glaciers, fairytale dog sled riding, brave 'bush' plane touring , adrenaline driven rafting and boat riding, amazing kayaking - all offer a unique dream-like adventure of cold rivers and waters, deep lakes and high snow capped mountain tops for both amateurs and professionals. If you dream of picnicking near a glacier and fishing Alaska's famous salmon or simply of marveling at the splendid mountain tops of North America from a plane, Alaska is the place to be. Due to its location close to the Arctic Circle, Alaska is the land of endless summers: long sunlight days allow tourists to experience its breathtaking natural trails ranging from easy, accessible ones to the most difficult. For every type of cyclist, walker or jogger out there, there is an Alaskan trail to suit. Try to keep the Alaskan adventure spirit alive with lovely fridge magnets, keychains, souvenir plates and T-shirts which are available now online.

Alaska, a Record Breaking State

Plainly judged by its numbers and figures, Alaska is a record breaking state of splendid natural beauties. Mountain McKinley is the highest in the North American Continent and throughout Alaska, 17 out of the 20 highest mountains peaks are to be found. More than 100,000 glaciers cover five percent of the entire Alaskan region with the highest number of active ones in the world. When it comes to earthquakes, Alaska is at the top of the world: the strongest North American earthquake was recorded in 1964 and three of the top ten strongest earthquakes around the globe occurred underneath its wild lands. For indoor tourism, the region is a rich land of native culture, art and history: traditional crafts, splendid carving, unique dancing and music and charming festivals celebrating the strong heritage of native Alaskans are cherished and promoted by a strong network of historical venues, heritage museums and academic centers. Local handmade products are proudly admired and presented to visitors whereas the minorities' cultural representations such as old Russian religious paintings create a vibrant multicultural environment.

Alaska, a Paradise beyond Prejudice

Among the many prejudice regarding Alaska, the cold weather, terrible road system and high priced life are the most quoted. Despite all these, the temperatures during the long Alaskan summers are high enough to make every day life bearable and the roads and highways are in excellent condition; plus it doesn't cost a fortune to enjoy a wonderful time in Alaska. Unsurprisingly for an endless semi-arctic region of breathtaking beauty and wilderness, Alaska is experienced at its best during the cold long winters when the official tourist campaigns actually start. Despite popular beliefs, the coldest Alaskan seasons are not as chilling or harsh as some may imagine and the options are endless: from admiring the simple elegant solitude of a snowy landscape to engaging into ultimate outdoor experiences. Alaskan springs are a time of celebration with vibrant traditional festivals but Alaskans' favorite season is nonetheless winter when a wide range of outdoor activities are organized for tourists and locals altogether.

A Welcoming Winter Wonderland

Alaskan winters often turn out to be ultimate one-in-a-lifetime experiences for those who don't mind the unconventionality and icy exotics of its breathtaking nature. Among the many options available when visiting Alaska during its coldest season, the most famous are the magical Northern lights, winter classics such as snowboarding and snowmobiling alongside skiing and dog racing, all packed with welcoming breaks of delicious cuisine, museums exhibitions, traditional flea-markets and locally produced beer which offer an unforgettable deep understanding of Alaskan traditional life styles. But undoubtedly one of the most treasured assets of the region is its untamed wilderness. Alaskan wildlife viewing is an utterly unique opportunity to see scary polar bears, menacing whales, the famous bald eagles, dangerous wolves, unfriendly grizzly bears and Christmas postcard-like herds of moose in their natural habitat, seemingly undisturbed by the modern world. Alaska is undeniably a welcoming winter wonderland of snowy splendor, wild beauty and magical charm.

Alaska, the Ultimate Last Frontier Experience

For an authentic Last Frontier experience, you can be anywhere in Alaska. The great variety of sightseeing choices include unexpected glacier tours, breathtaking whale watching, wonderful hunting and fishing experiences but also cultural tours throughout its historical and picturesque small towns and former gold mines. From the cold waters of the Arctic Ocean to the Kenai Peninsula and from the inland natural wonders to Fairbanks, Alaska is simply amazing. Charter fishing, adventurous plane touring, challenging hiking and kayaking along its beautiful coastlines, wilderness cruising or simply road-tripping are all part of the package. And since you are at it, don't miss the chance to indulge into fresh Alaskan seafood, from mouth-watering salmon and halibut to delicious crab. A wide range of local restaurants offer exquisite traditional food with locally sourced products and everywhere across the state, the traditional homemade beer is highly promoted. Topping the charts for the number of breweries, Alaska even offers beer fans brewery tours and festivals throughout the year.

Alaskan Waters, a Fisherman's Heaven

Fishing in Alaska is a top world class experience. Due to the variety of waters across its wide land, Alaska's outstanding fishing experience ranges from salt water and fresh water fishing to the world's most exquisite fly and ice fishing. Over 600 species of fish can be found in Alaskan waters and exotic fishing tours also include taking a boat or even a float plane to pick up one's favorite fishing spot. The immense number of lakes and rivers (there are over 3 million lakes in Alaska and no less than 3,000 rivers) makes the choice difficult especially since tourist accommodations offer everything from luxury venues to rustic and traditional comfortable places. For the real outdoor people, a night spent in complete untouched wilderness with the spectacular Northern sky above and the satisfaction of making a campfire and cooking the fish yourself can be as good as a comfy evening in an expensive hotel with five star cooked meals.

An Unforgettable Landscape Wilderness

Besides fishing, tourists have a unique chance to marvel at the breathtaking views of the Alaskan coasts. One day ocean cruises are also among the options offered for an angling experience in the rich waters of the Kenai fjords or Glacier Bay. Beautiful high mountain cliffs, Ice Age glaciers, unseen wildlife, whales and sea lions, goat, puffins and bears are all fairy like views. Professional guides unravel the mysteries of the wild and affordable comfy accommodation is available all year long. For a truly vintage experience, feel free to take a riverboat ride on a sternwheeler and catch a glimpse of Alaskan inland with amazing colors, sounds, food and music all the way up to the Tanana Rivers or Fairbanks. Viewing a traditional Indian village or a fish camp is just around the corner.

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