(from the May 2017 issue) A woman and her dog, traveling on three wheels, moved by human decency [by Mallory Paige]
We’ve consulted with Kris Valencia, editor of our sister publication, The Milepost; dug up Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT) statistics from the Alaska Department of Transportation; and chosen three roads from across the state that are, to borrow from “The Road Not Taken,” less traveled by....
A loon’s cry is the anthem of wild places. [by Tom Walker]
(from the july/august 2014 issue) The Boy Scouts of Aniakchak [by Richard Emanuel]
You don’t have to be in the middle of nowhere to find solitude. [by Lisa Maloney]
Explore glacial lakes and towering peaks Getting to Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, a roadless wilderness of 3 million acres accessible only by boat or plane, is a camera-worthy adventure. Located in the southern portion of the Alaska Range to the west of Cook Inlet, the park features...
Two hundred years ago, ice covered most of Kenai Fjords National Park. Today, lush temperate rainforests emerge and along with them a habitat rife with black and brown bears, wolverines, moose, mountain goats, marmots, beavers, and snowshoe hares. Of course, the fjords remain rich with bird and...
Make the most of your wildlife viewing adventures. [by Susan Sommer]
A thousand casts is a small price to pay. [by Russ Lumpkin]
(from the April 2016 issue) An ankle-deep adventure [by Susan Dunsmore]