Alaska Travel, Information, & Things to Do

Alaska is a western state specifically within the far northwest pacific area of the United States of America; however it is not part of the contiguous US landmass. Admitted to statehood in the year 1959, Alaska has a population of over 626,932 residents and covers an area of 589,757 square miles. The capital of Alaska is Juneau.

Discover and explore Alaska, a state in the country of United States. This online guide of information, articles, and photos of Alaska helps you explore the attractions and points of interest of Alaska. It is located on the continent of North America and its GPS coordinates address is latitude 61.370716 and logitude 61.370716. [Map of Alaska].

Are You a Super Traveler? What is a Super Traveler?

How often do you travel? To what extent does the prospect of traveling influence your life? How many different countries and cultures have you experienced? How you answer these questions may determine...

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Top 10 Best Skiing Destinations in The World

Every season has its own share of excitement and fun to look forward to. With winter, it has to be skiing. Determining the top 10 skiing destinations in the world is certainly subjective. Nevertheless...

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Yukon Territory's Beautiful Color, Vibrancy, and Naked Grandeur

There’s an environment in this world who wants to flourish. She wants, no, desires to have long flowing floral hair and copiously verdant braids. Her terrain begins to grow with a color and vibr...

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Wondrous Juneau, Playful Whales, and the Defiant Inside Passage

It was the northernmost journey's end of our Alaska Inside Passage cruise and the 2nd most remarkable destination of the trip: only behind Canada’s Yukon Territory. It was the serene, surpri...

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The Forest Trees of Yosemite in General

For the use of the ever-increasing number of Yosemite visitors who make extensive excursions into the mountains beyond the Valley, a sketch of the forest trees in general will probably be found useful...

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The Ancient Yosemite Glaciers: How the Valley Was Formed

All California has been glaciated, the low plains and valleys as well as the mountains. Traces of an ice-sheet, thousands of feet in thickness, beneath whose heavy folds the present landscapes have be...

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Some National Parks at a Glance

[Number, 18; total area, 10,739 square miles]NATIONAL PARKSIN ORDEROF CREATIONLOCATIONAREA INSQUAREMILESDISTINCTIVE CHARACTERISTICSHot Springs, 1832Middle Arkansas1-1/246 hot springs possessing curati...

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Understanding Pictures

We photographers often wonder how the others see our pictures (or this is what we should want to know). Usually, given the enormous choice of themes, the best we can do is try to compose our wor...

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