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Alaska Travel Planner CoverThere's no place on earth like Alaska. You will be amazed as you drive through this vast land and discover wildlife, glaciers and mountains along the way. Find out how to start planning your Alaska vacation with this handy guide. You'll have a gold mine of helpful advice at your fingertips about accommodations, attractions and local events. The trip of your dreams starts here.
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Driving Route

Glide quietly past the dense spruce forests of the British Columbia coastline, and along the shores of Alaska’s Inside Passage. A fleet of ferries carries passengers and vehicles along what is known as a marine highway – an interconnected network of communities accessible by sea.

Our Trip North

The Bentleys are traveling North to Alaska with two other couples. They departed Southern California in June and are planning to spend two months exploring every nook and cranny (or crevasse and tundra) of Alaska and points north. Though free to go wherever their whims take them, they will most likely head north through British Columbia, make the grand circle of Alaska and the Kenai Peninsula and return via Alberta.

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