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Day Trip to Eklutna Lake

Oct 5th, 2016 Adventure Travel, Natural Wonders

An hour outside of Anchorage, tucked away in the northeastern part of the spectacular Chugach State Park, is the popular Eklutna Lake. Famous for its 50 campsites, picnic area and number of recreational activities including ATVs, horseback riding, hiking, biking… Read More

Behind the Shot: Alaska

Oct 5th, 2016 Travel Stories

On-location photo shoots are hard work. In addition to getting 16 people, three vehicles (including a motor home) and the required gear to each location, you have to constantly battle lighting conditions, weather and make sure you get all your… Read More

Hiking an Alaskan Glacier

Oct 5th, 2016 Adventure Travel

Alaska is home to an estimated 100,000 glaciers covering 29,000 square miles, making it the perfect place to get up close and experience these icy wonders. A variety of tours offer viewing by cruise or plane, but you can also… Read More

The Local Fare: Food Tour of Alaska

Oct 5th, 2016 Culinary Travel

Alaska may be famous for its King Salmon and King Crab, but we had a variety of delicious meals during our time in southern Alaska that didn’t include seafood. Check out some of our favorite restaurants and the dishes we… Read More

Flightseeing in Alaska

Oct 5th, 2016 Adventure Travel

I was nervous…this was a first for me. Cramped in the middle of a bench seat between the assistant photographer and our guide along with the creative director, photographer and pilot, we were on our way to scout Aviana and… Read More

King for a Day

Oct 5th, 2016 Adventure Travel, Popular Destinations

The white de Havilland turbine Otter lands effortlessly in the Ketchikan Narrows and pulls up alongside the dock, located just outside the airport. The door opens and our pilot—a 21st century version of Indiana Jones—jumps down, introduces himself and begins… Read More