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These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Alaska, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well.

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  • Aurora Borealis over Fairbanks, Alaska

    Alaska's northern lights by train

    Alaska
    • Explore the Alaskan city of Anchorage, trying out ice skating and fat-biking.

    • Embark on an exhilarating winter activity, choosing between dog-sledding and snowmobiling.

    • Admire the dramatic Alaskan winter scenery on a rail journey from Anchorage to Fairbanks.

    • Sleep in a dome in the Alaskan wilderness, keeping watch for the northern lights.

    7 days from £3,220pp

  • Views of Anchorage, Alaska

    Luxury Alaska in the winter wilderness

    Alaska
    • Embark on exciting winter activities, including dog-sledding, snowmobiling and snowshoeing.

    • Relax in the outdoor hot tub, admiring the view of the snowy Alaska Range.

    • Eat superb food created by the lodge's chef owner.

    • Enjoy yoga and stretching classes, and indulge in a range of spa treatments.

    • Explore the Alaskan city of Anchorage, trying out ice skating and fat-wheel cycling.

    • Travel to your wilderness lodge by ski-plane, landing on a frozen lake right in front of the property.

    7 days from £5,910pp

  • Landscape views from the Alaska Railroad

    Alaska by train & self-drive

    Alaska
    • Visit Denali National Park with its abundant wildlife and Mount Denali, the highest mountain in North America.

    • See grizzly bears on a light aircraft trip to Katmai National Park.

    • Cruise among the fjords and tidewater glaciers of Kenai Fjords National Park.

    13 days from £6,285pp

  • Grizzly bear at Mount Denali, Alaska

    Alaska & Yukon explorer

    Alaska and Canada
    • Follow the gold rush trail of the Klondike gold rush in the Yukon cities of Whitehorse and Dawson.

    • Drive along the majestic edges of Kluane National Park mountain ranges.

    • Cruise across Prince William Sound, keeping your eyes open for icebergs and whales.

    • Visit the Kenai Fjords with towering cliffs and abundant wildlife.

    • Visit Denali's Park Entrance and take a tour to have a chance of seeing its many bears and other wildlife as well as Mount Denali, the tallest mountain in North America.

    21 days from £6,950pp

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Winterlake Lodge in the winter

Wilderness lodges in Alaska

Experience the magic of Alaska's rugged interior staying in one of a handful of very special wilderness lodges, which we've personally checked. We can arrange for expert guides to show you the scenery and wildlife, mixed in with activities like kayaking and fishing.

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Whale watching off the Alaskan coast

Alaska wildlife

Wildlife thrives in Alaska’s untamed wilderness. So much so that Alaska claims the biggest grizzly bears and moose on Earth. Jon from our Alaska team tells you how to plan a trip to see them, along with bald eagles, humpbacks and sea otters.

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Juneau, Alaska

Your guide to choosing an Alaska cruise

An Alaska cruise combines convenience with front-row seats to many of the state’s most impressive sights, from glaciers to wildlife. Whether you choose a classic cruise or an intimate expedition cruise depends on your own personal travel preferences.

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Brown bear with salmon, Brooks Falls

What to do in Alaska: our highlights guide

Alaska specialist Sam shares his favourite places and experiences in Alaska, from watching brown bears catching salmon at Brooks Falls to flying over glaciers and active volcanoes in a small plane.

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Exit Glacier Road, Seward

Self-driving in Alaska: a route through the wilderness

In Alaska, mountains are on another scale, old mining buildings lie ruined in long-abandoned towns, and you’re more likely to see wildlife than people on the near-empty roads. Here, Alaska specialist Emma outlines what your self-drive trip could entail.

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Brown bear, Brooks Falls

Bear watching in Alaska

Fly in to the remoter parts of Alaska to spot the grizzly and black bears that prowl the wilderness. Our specialists know the best places to go bear watching in Alaska and will help you build them into your tailor-made Alaskan holiday.

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