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Logo bar of the Alaska Public Lands Information Centers which are located in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Tok and Ketchikan
The uniformed park ranger and a group of walking tour participants stand on a platform overlooking a body of water with mountains in the background
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Ranger-led Walking Tours
 
Captain Cook statue
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The Captain Cook statue in downtown Anchorage looks out towards the Inlet

Tours are at 11 am and 3:15 pm daily during summer hours


Discover and connect to your Alaska public lands with a National Park Service ranger as you walk through downtown Anchorage.

Tours run every day during the summer season and last approximately 45 minutes. Be prepared to be outside the whole time.
 
 
Tour groups meet and leave from the front steps of the Alaska Public Lands Information Center. They will leave promptly at the scheduled time. 


The Captain Cook Walking Tour is no longer being given at the Center. In it's place is a new walking tour about Connecting to Alaska's Public Lands. We hope that you will come and enjoy it.





 
Interior view of a transportation tunnel. Railroad tracks and pavement line the floor. Lights on the ceiling cast a yellow glow on the curved roof and walls. Did You Know?
The Anton Anderson Memorial Tunnel connecting Portage and Whittier is the longest combination road and rail tunnel in North America at 2.5 miles long.