The Alaska Railroad is something you don't want to miss out on. It is a year-round transportation that takes you throughout Southcentral and Interior Alaska. You'll be able to see more than 500 miles of emote and wild landscapes and safely bringing more than 500,00 passengers to Railbelt destinations each year.
The Railroad safely brings more than 500,00 passengers each year to the Railbelt destinations. Rich in frontier spirit and local knowledge you'll be ensured to get the best experience as you ride the railroad and see the local attractions of Alaska.
The Alaska Railroad isn't just a ride around town. It can take you from Anchorage to Seward for a wildlife and glacier cruise or go get to explore the backcountry that is only accessed by the railroad. Nature walks, ice climbing, or rafting on a glacial river are just a few things you could do on your trip around Alaska.
In 1903 The Alaska Central Railway built the first railroad in Alaska. It started in Seward and extended 50 miles north. The railroad wasn't profitable enough until 1940 when World War ll brought in large profits through hauling military and civilian supplies and materials. In 1985 The Railroad was bought by Alaska and is now a part of Alaska.