Jan 17, 2019 - Jan 18, 2019

2 guests - 1 room

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Stephen Hubbard
Stephen HubbardSydney, Australia

Alaska is huge and very few Americans from the "lower 48" ever get there or get further than the giant cruise ships in Juneau. There is so much to see. The best way to see it is by train or small plane. Alaskans have planes the way we have cars. It's amazing to see.

michereCupertino, California, USA

Everyone should plan a trip to Alaska. Many people end up going for the cruise, but I highly suggest just going to Alaska with a car. Especially during the winter, the sights are just breath-taking. You can even run into moose on the road!

Paul kon
Paul konlos angeles

Got to go back to see the northern lights, I missed out cause i went outside the time. But over cool place to visit lots of nature and wildlife.

Trip Editorial Team
Trip Editorial TeamMenlo Park, California, USA

DOG SLEDDING: Alaska's famous Ididerod is what most people think of when it comes to this unique form of transportation. However, Alaska's official sport gets a whole lot more play throughout the winter, both within the state and abroad, and can be a lot of fun for both novice or experienced sportsman. Historically used as a method to travel and to transport goods through icy terrain, dog sledding (or mushing) today still revolves around the same traditional design: a rider guides a sled pulled by teams of dogs (generally of the adorable Siberian Husky lineage). You'll find various opportunities to try your hand at leading such teams in wintery destinations around the world, from Alaska through Canada to Greenland, Sweden and beyond. But if you are just starting out, stick with a shorter journey out of the gate. The job can be a lot harder than it looks.

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