Anchorage is popular for its cultural sites, which include the Alaska Native Heritage Center. This center displays a number of traditional crafts, stage dances and they present replicas of dwellings from indigenous groups of the area as well. The City of Anchorage is the largest city in Alaska; it also serves as a gateway to nearby wilderness. Continue to know more. 

Chugach State Park

Chugach State Park is considered one of the four largest state parks in the United States. Its rugged terrain of mountains, lakes, rivers and glaciers is a dwelling place for moose, bears, wolves, lynx and other wildlife too. This state park is also a well-known place for skiing, biking and camping. In fact, there are lots of trailheads that you can find that lead from the city streets into this area. 


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Rust’s Flying Service

Since 1963, Rust has been giving sightseeing seaplane tours to Lake Clark National Park & Preserve, Denali National Park and to a number of surrounding glaciers. The plane also takes tourists to Alaska fishing lodges or wildlife viewing treks that give you a chance to see bears. Exciting, right? Book that trip now! 


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Alaska Native Heritage Center

The Alaska Native Heritage Center is a lovely place to gain better knowledge about Alaska’s history and culture. It is where you can explore the culture of 11 Alaskan Indigenous tribes. They let visitors take in cultural dances, games and artist demonstrations with guides providing details and answers to the questions. So, before you proceed to explore the city, it is better to drop by first in this center.