Juneau – Juneau is Alaska’s capital city. Located in Southeast Alaska, it hosts beautiful rainforests as well as icebergs and glaciers. Juneau is Alaska’s third largest city and contains National Parks as well as a cosmopolitan atmosphere, as well as a full service airport.
Anchorage – Anchorage was first established as a city in 1915. Rich in Native American traditions, Anchorage hosts plenty of wonderful historical sights to see. The city has been voted best all American city several times. Wildlife is very abundant in Anchorage, so look for animals such as whales and bald eagles.
Fairbanks – Fairbanks, Alaska is home to beautiful mountain ranges and a wonderful view of the Northern Lights. Up until the 1950’s, Fairbanks’ streets were known as seedy and unsafe places. Later these old buildings were torn down and new ones built to make Fairbanks a hustling and bustling city.
Valdez- Valdez is a picturesque city in Alaska with towering glaciers and beautiful views. Established in the late 1800’s because of the gold rush, Valdez is now a popular city with hotels and restaurants. It is also home to the Exxon-Valdez oil spill from 1989.
Nome – Nome, Alaska is the state’s oldest continuous city. Based on the Seward Peninsula, Nome is the commercial hub of northwestern Alaska. Over half of the population of Nome is native Eskimo, while under half are non-natives.
Big Lake – Big Lake is a very popular place for tourists to visit. Just 60 miles from Anchorage, Big Lake largely relies on income from fishing. There are currently about 2,100 people residing in Big Lake. The city has two elementary schools and one Junior/high School.
Kenai – The Kenai Peninsula is rich with moose, bears, and birds. In 2003, a halibut fish weighing over 400 pounds was caught in its waters. Kenai is a hot spot for visitors and residents, as the population is currently just under 50,000.
Wrangell – The city of Wrangell contains over 100 miles of forest roads. It is the perfect location for camping, hiking, dog sledding, and biking. Although small, Wrangell is moving up in the business world by acquiring high tech services such as DSL Internet.
Tok- Tok is considered to be the gateway to Alaska. 93 miles from the Canadian border, Tok’s population is around 1,400. In 1942, Tok was established because it was the starting point for the Alcan Highway. Many believe Tok was named for the Tokyo camps that helped build the highways in the early 1940’s.
Thorne Bay – Thorne Bay, Alaska is a popular spot for bed and breakfasts. The city is known for its logging industry, and the first settlement here was a pulp camp, used to collect wood to make paper.
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