From North America's tallest peak, Denali, to the stunning coastal route of the Inside Passage, Alaska is one of the most breathtaking and pristine wilds left on Earth. Years of immense weight and pressure have made gorgeous glacial valleys and carved out captivating river canyons. Head to Anchorage or Seward to see where icy waters meet bright green lands, or stop by Glacier Bay National Park to kayak through the narrow fjords that wind between massive glacial walls. If you're looking for Alaskan adventure, join the Denali Tundra Wilderness Tour to catch a glimpse of roaming brown bears and moose. To learn more about the state's cultural past, take a day trip to the Alaska Native Heritage Center in Anchorage. You'll find history and adventure everywhere in Alaska with your cruise.
Enter Alaska through Skagway, the gateway to the Chilkoot Trail and the center of the Klondike Gold Rush of the late 1800s. You'll walk where prospectors made history, climbing their way to gold country. Let the Trail guide you into the depths of the stunning state of Alaska.
A seven-night Alaskan Inside Passage Cruise includes stops at both Victoria and Vancouver in British Columbia. Cruise the loop from Seattle, Washington, through the Inside Passage, then back down to British Columbia, where you'll no doubt see mountainous views, grazing moose and marine wildlife along the way.
From Denali and Glacier Bay National Parks to Kenai and Misty Fjords
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Whether you're interested in hiking through a forest, trekking to glaciers or a shopping spree downtown, the towns along Alaska's inside passage provide a variety of adventurous activities. Ports such as Juneau and Ketchikan are each small cities with their own personalities. Anchorage is the state's largest city and a gateway to the rest of the state. Denali National Park takes you out of the city altogether, into a wilderness full of spruce forests and snow-capped mountain peaks.