Visit Doyon Tourism at the Show March 29th – April 1st in Booth 367 in the Ben Boeke Arena in Anchorage.
It’s official, Spring Equinox is Here (at last)!
Although it doesn’t quite yet look entirely like spring here in Alaska, today officially marks the day when we have exactly equal time split between day and night.
Rain or shine… great experiences without the expense.
Whether you live in Alaska or are visiting on your vacation, everyone loves awesome, free things to do!
Denali National Park is a wonderful place to backpack. There aren’t the trails like many places in the lower 48. Instead you use a map and plan your own adventure.
Cell phone coverage is so important to people today who live with a smart phone. You will have great coverage outside the park and in the park entrance area (Visitor Center, train depot, store, and restaurant).
America the Beautiful National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Senior Pass will save you lots of money. If you are for U.S.
The wildlife activity is picking up in the park. Last week, Kirsty Knittel photographer and Kantisha Roadhouse bus driver, spotted this lynx and earlier this week she captured the spring snow.
The train is a great way to get to Denali National Park. The train was really the only way to visit Denali Park from 1922-1957.
April 15th means two things: taxes and the Fairbanks Outdoor Show!
Join us at the Carlson Center this weekend and ease your tax filing stress.
Tonight February 17, 2011 there is a chance there may be northern lights displaying in the northern skies of the lower 48 States.