Alaskan Hiking

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Alaskan hiking vacations and all they have to offer can be found at Family Adventure Magazine.Alaska has been called America’s last frontier. Alaska is the United States’ largest state and is over twice the size of Texas. Measuring from north to south the state is approximately 1,400 miles long and measuring from east to west it is 2,700 miles wide. At 20,320 feet above sea level, Mt.McKinley, located in Alaska’s interior, is the highest point in North America, and 17 of the 20 highest peaks in the United States are located in Alaska. The Alaska Range is the largest mountain chain in the state. It covers from the Alaska Peninsula to the Yukon territory. Dan Austin writes about hiking. You can read about these active family vacations in Dan Austin’s articles written for Family Adventure Magazine at and at

Alaskan hiking in the Chugach and Mentasta Mountains is talked about in Pam Barnes Murphy’s article,”Llama Tales Fron Alaskan Trails,” written for Family Adventure Magazine. Pam says that “these personable animals are wonderful walking backpacks. They make a backpacking journey easier, and the campsite more comfortable, while having very little impact in fragile backcountry areas because of their soft, padded feet, and the way they lightly browse and graze on local vegetation.” Pam’s article can be read at Check it out! Alaska vacations are offered by adventure providers , such as Austin-Lehman Adventures, Backroads, Mountain Travel-Sobek,Adventure Alaska Tours, AdventureSmith Explorations, Alaska Wildland Adventures, Destination Wilderness, Great Alaska Adventure Lodge, ROW, and The World Outdoors.Find these adventure providers at, where you will find all contact information, company descriptions, and a link to their websites.To find any adventure provider, you can search by activity and/or destination. Hiking is beneficial to your family’s health, as it creates an atmosphere away from cell phones, computers, and video games, and a place where families can talk and have interactive family fun. Where better to experience a family adventure then in America’s last frontier, a geographical marvel, in that a scale map of Alaska superimposed on a map of the 48 lower states, shows Alaska extends from coast to coast.

If there is any additional information you need, you can contact any of the adventure providers on our website, or contact us at Everything you need to research, plan, and book a family adventure is at The search features on the website, also includes articles of interest, personal stories, and all the travel aids needed to plan your next family adventure. Go there today and check it out.


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