Where to Go in Alaska?
"Gwin's roadside establishment is the epicenter of much of the activity on the peninsula and a one-stop shop for visitors and locals alike, providing food, lodging, and fishing tackle ... The travel agency can book fishing, hiking, rafting, and other adventure travel anywhere on the peninsula. The lodge is the fishing headquarters of prospective anglers during the annual salmon runs on the nearby Russian and Kenai rivers."
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"The peninsula serves as the Alaska sampler because it has the wildlife; the dramatic glaciers, mountains and wilderness; multipurpose rivers; a fjord-lined coast — plus churches, mining towns and other attractions associated with Alaska’s settlement story."
"Rich in gold mining, early settlers and Alaska Native history, Cooper Landing has long been a destination for serious anglers wanting easy access to the Russian and Kenai rivers and Skilak and Kenai lakes for trophy salmon, trout and a host of other species."
Alaska is the biggest state of the United States, and there is a lot to see. So it is easy to get overwhelmed when faced with so many options. The good news is, there are many excellent options to choose from for your dream Alaskan vacation.
Among the best that Alaska has to offer are Denali National Park and the Kenai Peninsula.
Denali National Park is the home of Mt. McKinley, the tallest peak in the North American Continent at 20,320 feet. One excellent way to see the Park is to take the Alaskan Railroad from Anchorage to Denali in a clear dome rail car to take in all the scenery unfolding before you. Private car traffic into the Park is limited, so the best way to see the park is to ride one of the shuttles or buses that offer a variety of options in terms of the routes taken and travel time.
Another excellent Aslaska destination is the Kenai Peninsula, known as "Alaska's Playground" because even Alaskans will travel to the Kenai Peninsula for recreation and vacations. The Kenai Peninsula features Chugach National Forest, Kenai Fjords National Park, and Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. The terrain of the Kenai Peninsula features mountains, hills, lakes, rivers, beaches, forests,and flat land. These parks and terrains provide an endless variety of outdoor recreation activities such as hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, drift rafting, whitewater rafting, wildlife viewing, panning for gold, clamming, saltwater fishing, etc.
Of course,the Kenai Peninsula is best-known for its world class salmon fisheries, the Kenai and the Russian Rivers.
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