CRUISES TO ALASKA: Nobody does Alaska better!
When it comes to Alaska travel, Cruises to Alaska knows that the sheer number of choices can sometimes be overwhelming. That’s why we are here to help you make the most of those choices to create a one-of-a-kind vacation designed around your dreams.
We have sent thousands of your neighbors on Alaska Cruise and Alaska Cruisetour vacations. We will help you navigate through the myriad of choices and select the Alaska Vacation that is right for you…the BEST ALASKA vacation at the BEST price.
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As a reconnaissance mission, I braved the elements in February to experience the start of Alaska’s most popular sporting event, the Iditarod. For most of us in the lower 48, it’s little more than a 1000+ mile dogsled race in unforgiving conditions over impassible terrain, but for the thousands of Alaskans who descend upon Anchorage for it’s start, the Iditarod is a symbol of the perseverance and commitment it takes to call such an unforgiving land “home”. … Continue reading →
Denali National Park and Preserve is more than six million acres of pristine, untouched wilderness. Its landscape is mix of forest, tundra, rock, and glacier, centered around the mountain formerly known as Mt. McKinley, now referred to simply as Denali. At 20,320 feet, Denali effectively creates its own weather patterns, generating storms, fog, and high-pressure systems, so views of the mountain can be rare. … Continue reading →
If there is one event that defines Alaska it is the 1100-mile Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race from Anchorage to Nome. It pits men and women and their dog teams against the wilderness, subzero temperatures, blizzard force winds, whiteout conditions, wind-chills of -100 degrees and all the other nasty surprises that Mother Nature can cook up in the dead of the Alaskan winter. … Continue reading →