Snowshoeing Alaska’s Mendenhall Valley

For sheer geologic eye candy, Alaska sure does deliver. From craggy rock faces to striped glacial moraines, the Last Frontier is flush with opportunities to observe the world’s shifting, grinding perpetual motion up close. For those who venture to Alaska’s … Continue reading

Find a Winter Wonderland in Alaska’s Interior

December air sparkled as only a winter morning could provide as I struggled to secure straps on my snowshoes at a trailhead in Talkeetna, Alaska. At nearly 10 a.m., the sun was just beginning to crest behind rolling hills, … Continue reading

Exploring Alaska’s Denali National Park In Winter

Denali National Park and Preserve is one of the country’s sparkling gems. It is one of the largest national parks in the United States, at about 6 million acres. In winter, Denali National Park receives far fewer visitors, allowing for … Continue reading