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Alaskan Adventure Overview
- 2013-01-01 - 2013-12-31
An overland adventure holiday through Alaska and Canada
Take a journey into the expansive beauty of Alaska and Canada's Yukon Territory in this overland adventure. Formidable mountains, impressive glaciers and magnificent national parks all flourish in North America's nature utopia. Visit some of the continent's highest peaks and glimpse its iconic inhabitants including moose, grizzly bears, elk, caribou, wolves, bald eagles and beluga whales. By day, explore by foot, raft and dog sled then at night, camp surrounded by some of the most magnificent scenery on the planet. Embrace the great outdoors on this awesome adventure though a truly remarkable region.
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Snow-capped peaks frame Anchorage, a frontier city that looks out onto icy waters and is surrounded by stunning wilderness and alpine parks.
Named after a mining promoter, not the ancient Greek author, Homer is a pretty Alaska town sometimes referred to as ‘the end of the road’.
Nestled within a beautiful bay and surrounded by mountains, Seward is a picturesque town that lies close to the astounding Kenai Fjords National Park.
Once a gold-mining town, Hope is a unique and beautiful place with some of the best whitewater rafting, hiking and camping in Alaska
Throw together epic glaciers, endless tundra, glassy lakes, wild animals and the tallest mountain in North America and you have Alaska's beautiful Denali National Park.
Sitting on the Delta River, Delta Junction is at the end of the Alaskan Highway and a typical Alaskan town set within awe-inspiring scenery
Located within Canada's alluring Yukon Territory, the extraordinary Kluane National Park is rich in glaciers and mountain ranges, and is a wonderful place to experience untapped wilderness.
Meaning 'windy place' in the local Tlingit language, Skagway is a charming waterside town and a major stop on the cruise-ship circuit.
Located on the banks of the Yukon River, Whitehorse was once a gold-rush town but now its riches lie in the incredible wilderness at its doorstep.
Dawson City's dirt streets, colourful yet ramshackle-looking buildings and old-fashioned atmosphere hide an eclectic and fascinating mix of people, culture and history.
Tok started out as a camp for workers building the Alaska Highway and is now a town that most people visit when travelling between Alaska and Canada.
For a taste of true wilderness, Wrangell-St Elias National Park doesn't disappoint. Hiking trails take you over breathtaking terrain to see extraordinary glaciers and untamed landscapes.
The town of Valdez may be small in size, but it's enormous in stature with its importance as an oil and fishing town and its gorgeous surrounds.
Anchorage, although not the state capital, is home to 40% of Alaska’s population and is the gateway to more than 40 wilderness parks.
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