Alaska Regional Roundup
Take away Southcentral Alaska, the Southeast, and the Interior, and what you've got left is the Bush. The Bush is more a matter of lifestyle than location except in the sense that you're located far from civilization: beyond the main roads, the majority of tourists, and even the reach of fast-food franchises. It takes a little more to live in, or even get to, the Bush, but sometimes that's the whole point.
Chasing Salmon on the Alaskan Peninsula
Searching for a fishing hot spot? Try King Salmon, Alaska: Just a plane ride away from Anchorage, this little village is the gateway to world-class fishing in Katmai National Park.
McNeil River's Gathering of Bears
Go bear-watching with Bill Sherwonit at the McNeil River Sanctuary home to the world's largest gathering of brown bears and just 250 miles from Anchorage.
Lake Clark, The Undiscovered Park
Accessible by bush plane from Southcentral Alaska, Lake Clark National Park and Preserve is a truly undiscovered gem. Find out why it's worth the plane ride.
Need a good argument for preserving Alaska's arctic wilderness? Environmentalists point to the impact of development on land, rivers, wildlife, and local Natives but do these details obscure the most important reason of all? Read one naturalist's opinion.
Paddling the Noatak River
Take a ride down the Noatak River with author Buck Tilton in Gates of the Arctic National Park.
Alaska's Kigluaik Mountains
For a real Bush adventure, go west. The Kigluaik Mountain range above Nome offers backcountry travelers a rugged landscape and beautiful scenery in a remote location. Fish, hike, climb, and ski in Alaska's western tip.
Details mentioned in this article were accurate at the time of publication