Anchorage, Alaska

Meander one of the countless coastal trails, sample some fresh seafood or soak up the vibrant history in one of Anchorage's fascinating museums.

Alaska Tours from Anchorage

Anchorage ToursAlaska's largest city is home to an exciting blend of wildlife and culture and as such you're just as likely to see a moose making its way along the main street as you are a museum or heritage centre. 

Anchorage also features a remarkable range of parks and gardens which means, when combined with the surrounding mountains and rugged coastline, you'll discover an exceptional array of scenic trails.

Botanical gardens and the beauty of Cook Inlet make Alaska tours from Anchorage an extremely enjoyable experience. Filling up at Thai restaurants and micro-breweries, you may be tempted to stay a while longer. 

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Anchorage, Alaska

Anchorage Insider Tips

Insider Tip: Point Woronzof
The perfect place to truly enjoy the grandeur of Anchorage. Look across Cook Inlet, enjoy the mountains, and just imagine what it must've been like when Captain Cook first sailed these waters. Sunsets are spectacular and the views serene, broken occasionally by planes taking off, which makes for some incredible photos. Make sure you pack enough layers as it can get windy!
When to go
Anchorage is fairly mild all-year-round, however thanks to its proximity to the coast it can turn colder, especially at the start and the end of the short summer period. Temperatures rarely rise above 20C, and as a rule you can expect over 20 hours of sunlight per day in June and July. Autumn has an earlier onset of darkness, but presents more chance of seeing the northern lights.
Highlights & Activities

Anchorage Highlights

Tony Knowles Coastal Trail
Just over 10 miles long and boasting some splendid views of Anchorage's stunning coastline, the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail is an ever-popular paved path leading to Kincaid Park and forest. Summer months tend to favour the walkers, cyclists and skaters.
Anchorage Museum
Located in the downtown area and featuring over 170,000sq feet of Alaskan art, photography and history exhibits, the Anchorage Museum is an excellent place to ponder as well as to seek creative inspiration. Paintings, dioramas and drawings make up the lion's share of the permanent collection.
Kincaid Park
If you've taken on the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail then you'll have relished the prospect of a well-earned break - and what better place to take a rest than Kincaid Park? With no end of picnic spots to while away a few hours, this is a great location for enjoying a sunny day in Anchorage.
Local Fare
As you'd expect from the surroundings, Anchorage cuisine tends to focus upon seafood. if your mouth is watering at the prospect of fresh wild salmon, cold water oysters and king crab claws, then prepare yourself for a bit of a treat, and a chance to experience a taste of local life.

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