Never overlook the importance of an escape route. [by Kurt Jacobson]
(from the February 2017 issue) He changed the name of a park and the landscape of Alaska [by Russ Lumpkin]
(from the May 2015 issue) An edited excerpt from Animal Stories (Alaska Northwest Books, 2014) [by Bill Sherwonit]
We’re lucky to have this kind of adulthood [by Melissa Bradley]
(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...