Here are the Best City web sites of Alaska
Anchorage - Official Web Site
Anchorage - Chamber of Commerce
Anchorage - Convention & Visitors Bureau
Big Lake - Chamber of CommerceChicken - Guide - Chicken, Alaska Homepage! Downtown Chicken has a bar, giftshop, cafe, and salmon bake. If you arrive in the morning, try some of Sue's famous Cinnamon Rolls -these things are incredible.
Coffman Cove - Official Web Site: Action adventures abound! Camp in the great outdoors of Alaska. Scuba dive in coves and inlets in clear pristine waters. Kayak hundreds of miles of isolated and protected shoreline. Canoe the famous Honker Divide Canoe Trail. There is something for everyone! Go bird watching or whale watching. Dine on our world famous Coffman Cove Oysters. Take the family for a picnic and swim at Sweetwater or Luck Lake.Chugiak - Eagle River - Chamber of Commerce: OUTDOOR RECREATIONAL activities abound in the Chugiak-Eagle River area. Along with the myriad of parks which offer excellent hiking climbing, canoeing, rafting, fishing, camping, picnicking, back-country biking trails are available which double as cross country ski trails in the winter months. Sled dog and ski joring trails have been developed and certain park land has been designated for use by all-terrain vehicles and snow machines. Just 15 minutes away from downtown Eagle River is Alpenglow at Arctic Valley, a challenging downhill skiing facility.
Dillingham - Official Web Site
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- Official Web Site In Fairbanks the fun and adventure never ends.
Fairbanks - Chamber of Commerce
Fairbanks - Convention & Visitors Bureau the gateway to your authentic Alaskan Adventure.
Fairbanks - is called "The Golden Heart of Alaska," a reference to the character of her people as much as to the location of Fairbanks in Alaska's interior, or to the discovery of gold in 1902.
- Convention & Visitors Bureau: Tucked in the forests of southeast Alaska, on the shores of America's longest fjord -- Surrounded by spectacular peaks, glaciers, rivers and lakes that are home to abundant birds and wildlife -- Offering unlimited opportunities for outdoor recreation, and guided excursions to suit many interests -- And providing a full range of business services for visitors -- Whatever your interest in Alaska, you'll find it in Haines, the Alaska of your dreams!
Healy - Denali - Chamber of Commerce Beautiful pictures.Homer - Official Web Site
Homer - Chamber of Commerce Greetings from the end of the road.. . . . and the beginning of your Alaskan adventure! We're excited about your interest in Homer, and hope this guide will help you plan your trip. Homer has it all . . . adventure tours, world class halibut and salmon fishing, world class brown bear viewing, glaciers, whales, kayaking, art galleries, clamming, hiking, big game hunting and more. It's no wonder most people say their trip to Homer was unforgettable.
Homer - Guide - Homer News
- Official Web Site
- Chamber of Commerce
McCarthy - Guide - McCarthy & Kennecott: In the Beginning... The year was 1900. Jack Smith and Clarence Warner, two prospectors, spotted a large green spot on the mountainside between the Kennicott Glacier and McCarthy Creek. What looked like a patch of green grass turned out to be one of the richest deposits of copper ore ever found! Stephen Birch, a young mining engineer looking for Alaskan claims in 1901, was approached by Smith to make an inspection of his findings. Eventually, Birch got the backing of men such as the Guggenheim brothers and J.P. Morgan who bought the existing claims. In 1906 Kennecott Mines Company was formed, which later became Kennecott Copper Corporation.Moose Pass - Chamber of Commerce: Moose Pass, located on the Kenai Peninsula, is tucked away in the Mountains along the shoreline of Upper Trail Lake at Mile 29 of the Seward Highway, a National Scenic Byway. The original Iditarod Trail, used for transporting gold and supplies, was blazed through this valley in 1910. The abundance of moose in the area prompted the town’s name.
Moose Pass - Guide - Moose Pass, Alaska
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- Chamber of Commerce: The peaceful "small town" atmosphere of Ninilchik and it's central location make it the ideal place to stay when you tour Alaska's Kenai Peninsula. Ninilchik is far enough from "city life" to give a sample of the flavor of real Alaska, yet close enough to everything to make it convenient. The community itself offers full amenities with beautiful campgrounds, both public and private, lodging and restaurant facilities. Shopping for tourist treasures provides a worthwhile venture in Ninilchik, with several unique shops to choose from.
Nome - Convention & Visitors Bureau: The City of Nome is Alaska's oldest continuous first class city, incorporated on April 9, 1901. Nome is located on the south coast of the Seward Peninsula facing Norton Sound, part of the Bering Sea. The city is the commercial hub of northwestern Alaska, as well as the site for the finish of the 1049-mile Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race from Anchorage each March.
Palmer Chamber of Commerce: Palmer is a small, quiet place, surrounded by breathtaking Alaska scenery. Rivers, lakes, mountains, glaciers, abundant wildlife. Spend some time in Palmer and experience Alaska at its best.
Pelican - Visitors Association: Surrounded by lush forests and watery fjords, Pelican is built entirely on a wooden boardwalk made of pilings, with no roads - one of the last true waterfront boardwalk villages in the United States! Take a liesurely stroll on the boardwalk and watch the tide as it comes up underneath the houses, or enjoy fantastic oppurtunities salmon & halibut fishing, sea kayaking, soaking in a natural hot springs or taking a hike through old growth forest.
Petersburg, Alaska's Little Norway, has lots to offer. Business and industry have access to cheap electrical power, an abundant water supply and other essential services provided by the City. Our children enjoy one of the best school districts in the State, if not the Nation. Recreational opportunities in the surrounding area are limitless.
Seldovia This site is overwhelmingly full of beautiful pictures. When you visit Seldovia, you will arrive through the SOV Airport, the Seldovia Harbor, the AMHS Ferry Dock, or the Jakolof Bay Dock. Although there are no highways to Seldovia, you can bring your car to town on the M/V Tustumena Ferry. There are NO stoplights in town.
Seward is one of Alaska’s oldest and most scenic communities. Known as the "Gateway to Kenai Fjords National Park" Seward is a picturesque town located 126 miles south of Anchorage. Visitors can easily reach us via the Seward Highway Scenic Byway, the Alaska Railroad, bus, air, or cruise ship.
- Official Web Site
Skagway - Convention & Visitors Bureau: A place exists in Alaska where the past lives on, where the cries of "gold in the Yukon" still echo from steep canyon walls, where the sounds of barroom pianos and boomtown crowds ring out in the night. A place where the romance and excitement of yesteryear linger around every street corner, every bend in the trail. That place is Skagway.Soldotna - Official Web Site: Located at the heart of the Kenai Peninsula, the City of Soldotna offers year round recreational opportunities for residents and visitors. Fishing opportunities include not only the Kenai River for King, Sockeye, and Silver Salmon throughout the summer season, but also easy access to nearby Cook Inlet for Halibut and numerous lakes and streams for Trout, Dolly Varden, and other species. Sightseeing and hiking are available within and around Soldotna. Lands open for snow machining and cross-country skiing trails are readily accessible. Soldotna's beauty is shared through our many parks. We have more river city parks within the City's boundary than anywhere else in Alaska. With over 2,800 feet of elevated boardwalk and over 200 campsites, you will understand why Soldotna is a favorite playground for Alaskans.
Soldotna - Chamber of Commerce
- Guide - Tok Alaska Information Explorer: Tok is the first major community you will encounter upon entering Alaska. Located at the junction of the Alaska Highway and the Tok Cutoff Road to the Glenn Highway, 205 miles southeast of Fairbanks. Tok lies 93 miles from the Canadian border.
- Official Web Site
Wrangell - Official Web Site: A thrilling variety of wildlife excursions take you up close to glaciers, help you catch the fish of a life time, and find the Alaska wildlife you are searching for. Anan Bear and Wildlife Observatory is favorite spot to view brown and black bears up close as they feast on Wrangell's abundant salmon.
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