Shaking Alaska

Melting glaciers may influence earthquake activity. Colliding tectonic plates are the driving force behind the hundreds of earthquakes that happen in Alaska every week, but developing science may add a new ingredient to the recipe for earthquake activity: glacial melting. Just like a trampoline...

Sharing Snaps

Social media unites Juneau photographers Hobby photographer Ron Gile and several photographer friends who also lived in Juneau would often take pictures of Romeo, the famous wolf that frequented Mendenhall Glacier. “Every time someone saw the wolf we had to call four or five people,” Gile says....

FREE ISSUE: The Alaska Sportsman

The Alaska Sportsman is the perfect publication for anglers and hunters of Alaska. Produced only once a year, this magazine is the perfect blend of Alaska Magazine and our sister publication, Gray’s Sporting Journal. It features many talented writers and photographers from both...

The Year Ahead

What we’re looking forward to in 2018 2017 was a great year. As always, we’re excited to make the most of 2018. Here’s a 2018 bucket list of Alaska things we hope to check off this year. Finally capturing the elusive Alaska photograph There are some images that just embody Alaska. Talented...

BLM Offers Digital Maps

Backcountry information at your fingertips Heading into the backcountry but don’t want to carry paper topo maps? No problem. The Bureau of Land Management now offers digital maps. Just download to your phone— then use the maps even without cell service. Areas include the Denali Highway, Dalton...

FREE: 2018 Travel Issue

We’re giving you the chance to check out our December/January issue so you can start planning your 2018 trip to Alaska. This issue is brimming with awesome travel ideas, tips, and information on how to make your trip to Alaska unforgettable. Download it, read it, share it, tweet it and keep...