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Things To Know & Do in Interior Alaska
 
Denali & the Denali Park Road in Denali National Park
NPS Photo by Josh Spice

Are you headed to Denali, driving the Dalton Highway, or going to Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge?
Download the Alaska Geographic visitor guides from their website.



 
 
 
BRFCs

Need a bear barrel for your backcountry adventure?
Click here
for more info on free rentals!





 
Closeup view of thin, green horsetail plants in a lush boreal forest. Did You Know?
Forests only cover about 37 percent of Alaska's land area, but one large part of this forest coverage is the taiga, which is Russian for 'little sticks.' Also known as the boreal forest, it is the largest terrestrial biome on the planet, is circumboreal, and contains most of the world's trees.