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    Guide to Dog Sledding in Anchorage

    By Natalie Elder | November 30, 2013

    Living in Anchorage, AK has many benefits. Being off the beaten path allows for a connection with nature that most people don’t get to enjoy on a daily basis. From beautiful scenery to a sense of community that is hard to find nowadays, Alaska has much to offer. But perhaps one of the best advantages... Read More

    The Great Alaskan Outdoor Series: Big Game Hunting

    By Natalie Elder | October 5, 2013

    Alaska is famous for offering a variety of plentiful and unparalleled world-class big game hunting opportunities. As part of the traditional way of life in the Great Land, Alaska residents often rely on successful hunting to feed their family throughout the long, cold winter. In a state that spreads across nearly one-fifth the size of... Read More

    The Great Alaskan Outdoors Series: Hiking

    By Natalie Elder | September 18, 2013

    Hiking the local trails in Anchorage, Alaska, is both a thrilling and serene experience, say visitors to this wondrous mountain viewing area. In fact, the Anchorage Daily News claims that tourists are drawn to hiking Anchorage year round even while it is considered a subarctic climate region with lots of snow and rain during the... Read More

    The Great Alaskan Outdoors Series: Fishing

    By Natalie Elder | August 30, 2013

    When most people think of Alaska, they think of unspoiled wilderness far from the comforts of civilization. While this is a serious drawback for many people, it is what makes Alaska a paradise for fishing enthusiasts. Anchorage, Alaska’s largest city, offers the best of both worlds: all the comforts of civilization and proximity to some... Read More

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