The Copper River Delta Shorebirds Festival – Bird Watching Alaska Style
by: Rick Chapo

Held in Cordova, Alaska, the Copper River Delta Shorebirds Festival is a bird watcher’s dream come true. Hundreds of thousands birds migrate to the delta for your sighting pleasure. Held every May, the Copper River Delta Shorebirds Festival is the place to be if you want to view shorebirds. Literally millions of birds migrate to the delta on the way to breeding grounds throughout the Arctic. The little town of Cordova knows a good thing when it sees it...

Alaska Cruise Or Land Tour For A Vacation That Warms Your Heart
by: Elizabeth Ann Wares

Besides its reputation for being "cold", what else do you know about our 49th State? Alaska has an abundance of things to do and see, whether you are a first time vacationer or a returning traveler. There is no other place like Alaska for traveling and exploring. Alaska is 586,000 square miles. With an area that big, think about the possibilities...
For An Adventure Of A Lifetime Travel Alaska
by: Kevin Erickson

Are you like John Locke of the TV series Lost and simply dying for an adventure? Or perhpaps you're simply bored to death and you want to experience more of life. Have no fear because there's no need to travel half-way across the globe to taste adventure in the wilds of Africa or the rainforests of South America. Why should you when you've got Alaska. Alaska... the 49th state and fondly known as the Land of the Midnight Sun and The Last Frontier...
Petersburg, Alaska, Cruise Into The Heart Of The Alaskan Wilderness With Alaskan Sea Adventures
by: USA Travel Magazine

From captivating wild and sea life to Alaska's world famous King salmon fishing; Alaska offers travelers endless adventures and scenic sites to explore. Petersburg, known as Little Norway, history dates back to over 100 years ago when it was founded by Norwegian anglers. Norwegian immigrant, Peter Buschmann, for whom the town is named, claimed this piece of paradise when he arrived on the north end of the island in late 1890s.
Alaska Cruises offer breathtaking scenery for your vacations
by: Mike Yeager

Alaska cruises can offer some of the most pristine, natural beauty you'll ever see on your vacations. Beautiful crystal clear inlets of water found no where else in the world. Icebergs and sheer cliff walls rising thousands of feet into the air. Choosing from among the many Alaska cruises will be easy and fun; making your vacations an exciting and rewarding experience...
One for Ten Cabin Fever in Haines Alaska
by: Adam Longnecker

Mountains, massive piles of rock and earth shaped by glaciers, erosion, and weather; can conjure feelings of awe, enlightenment and fear in people. For millions of years weather systems have shed soft crystals of snow on these massive peaks, and now we stand as mere specs in the history of these giants, aloft on their high ridgelines. As we descend a sensation secretes from our brains pulsing throughout our bodies as adrenaline, sculpting our passion to return to the top of these towering peaks over and over again...
Going it Alone: The Waterfall at Mendenhall Glacier, Alaska
by: Theresa Gabriel

I stood at the observation point on the balcony at the Visitor Center overlooking the great Mendenhall Glacier at Juneau, Alaska. Before me was a beautiful scene. The glacier reflected in the large lake. Ooh, ahh. Both to the left and right were mountains. It was a beautiful clear day. I watched the people too, walking around taking photos, and looking at the scenery before us and at the displays in the center, just a few feet away...