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Eco tours to Alaska, America’s last frontier

July 17, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Written by Breakaway Adventure

A frontier is the extreme limit of settled land beyond which lies wilderness. And Alaska, most definitely, is a frontier worth visiting over and over. With places to visit like the Stikine riverand Petersburg Alaksa, there is so much to be done in this great state. However, with the sheer size of Alaska, it’s best if you plan your visits ahead of time so you can maximize all the time you have in your visit. Whether you’re looking to hike national parks, observe bears, or even take in the sights at Mount Mckinley, the Glaciers, and even the drive alone from Seward to Portage is just breathtaking. If you live in an urban jungle, visiting Alaska would definitely be a welcome change of pace especially since there is so much of nature that’s preserved here. You can’t just help but stop and marvel at the many wonders that this place has to offer. If you love to hike, you should also visit places like Denali National Park, Wolverine Peak, the Williwaw lakes, or even go sea kayaking. These are just a few of the many activities that you can do in Alaska. If you’re up for it, you can also go on a cruise, do some sightseeing, and even visit a bear observatory where you can see majestic brown bears and black bears in their natural habitat. These are some of the things that you simply can’t do back home, so you should definitely try it out.


What does the Anan Bear Observatory have to offer you? Bears, and lots of these majestic creatures.