Alaska's five travel regions offer unique outdoor adventures.
|From the Arctic Coast to the
Brooks Range, the Far North region is known for its pristine
wilderness, particularly in the Gates of the Arctic National Park &
Preserve as well as the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
The Southwest Region encompasses the varied terrain of the Alaska Peninsula, the Kodiak Archipelago, the Aleutian Islands, the Pribilof Islands, and Bristol Bay.
The Inside Passage region boasts lush island scenery along with wildlife-filled channels from Misty Fjords National Monument to Glacier Bay National Park & Preserve.
The Southcentral region is home to America's largest national park, the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve, as well as the turquoise waters of the Kenai Peninsula & the wildlife of the Prince William Sound.
The Interior region is home to Mount McKinley & wide expanses of tundra which can experienced under the summer's midnight sun or the winter's aurora borealis.
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