Alaska2 Summary Slide Wild and Wonderful Alaska Winter Wild and Wonderful Alaska Winter Alaska Map Alaska Map Alaska Highway Alaska Highway Fishing Fishing Animals Animals Matanuska Glacier Matanuska Glacier Mount McKinley National Park Mount McKinley National Park Santa’s House North Pole Santa’s House North Pole Alaska Snowfall Alaska Snowfall
Alaska3 Wild and Wonderful Alaska Winter Alaskan's don't hibernate like bears; winter's when the fun begins. Dog sledding Snowmobiling Ice Fishing Hunting
Alaska4 Alaska Map Where I lived, Delta Junction
Alaska5 Alaska Highway My trip started in North Carolina on paved road, after we got to Canada, we were on gravel roads until after we entered Alaska. Fourteen hundred miles of icy gravel and mountain cliffs. Nicknamed the Alcan Highway
Alaska6 Alaska Highway THE ROUTE: The Alaska Highway begins in Dawson Creek, in northeastern British Columbia, then winds northwesterly through Canada’s Yukon Territory and into the heartland of Alaska. Delta Junction, Alaska, 98 miles south of Fairbanks, is the official northern end of the highway Driving distance from Dawson Creek to Fairbanks is 1,488 miles.
Alaska7 Fishing Pacific salmon Halibut the size of barn doors Rainbow trout that weigh 15 pounds Arctic grayling that slash at flies
Alaska10 Matanuska Glacier Matanuska Glacier in a view from a state recreation site along the Glenn Highway. Fall colors brightened the scene for several mid-September days in the area, about 100 miles east of Anchorage along the Glenn Highway.
Alaska11 Mount McKinley National Park Sunrise paints the flanks of Mount McKinley with a warm glow in Mount McKinley National Park. Mt. McKinley is highest mountain in North America 20,320 feet tall.