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Logo bar of the Alaska Public Lands Information Centers which are located in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Tok and Ketchikan
Teddy Roosevelt and John Muir at Yosemite. Library of Congress.
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Passes Available at the Anchorage Center
 
America the Beautiful Annual Pass (top), Access Pass (middle), and Senior Pass (bottom).
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Interagency America the Beautiful National Park and Federal Recreation Passes
The Alaska Public Lands Information Center is located inside the Old Federal Building at 605 W 4th Ave, Suite 105. There is no entrance fee to get into the center. Be sure to check that our center is open before coming in to get a pass.
 
You can get several types of passes at our center:
 

 
Interagency America the Beautiful Passes 
Includes: Annual, Access, Senior, Military, and 4th Grader 

Interagency passes may not be available everyday. Please call (907) 644-3661 or toll free 1-866-869-6887 to ensure availability. If passes are not available at the Alaska Public Lands Information Center, there are two nearby locations that may have passes. 

  • The Chugach National Forest office located at 161 E 1st Ave, Door #8 is open 8 AM to 4 PM, Monday through Friday. Please call (907) 743-9500 to confirm operating hours and pass availability. 

  • The Alaska Bureau of Land Management inside the New Federal Building at 222 W 7th Ave, #13 is open 8 AM to 4 PM, Monday through Friday. Please call (907) 271-5690 to confirm operating hours and pass availability. 



Alaska State Park Passes 
Includes: Annual Day-Use Parking 

The Alaska Public Lands Information Center offers the Alaska State Parks Annual Day-Use Parking Pass for purchase, while supplies last (cash or check only). Annual Day-Use Parking and Boat Launch Passes may also be purchased online using the State Park Pass Order Form.




 
Distant view of Mt. McKinley on a perfectly clear day. The mountain is fully covered in snow. Did You Know?
When measured from the 2,000 foot lowlands near Wonder Lake to its snowy summit at 20,320 feet, Mount McKinley has a vertical relief of over 18,000 feet, which is greater than that of Mount Everest!
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