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THINGS TO DO IN ANCHORAGE, ALASKA

Plenty to do, plenty to see

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Alaska Sundance Retreat B&B is conveniently located minutes away from attractions and things to do. Whether you're here for a family trip, romantic getaway or even a reunion, Anchorage, Alaska has something for you! Enjoy the scenic landscapes while riding the tracks of the famous Alaska Railroad or even take a quiet walk in the lush forests on the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail. Not only that, but downtown Anchorage is only a 20 minute drive away and it offers plenty to do.

To put things simple, you wont be bored while staying with us!

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Chugach State Park

This 495,000-acre state park includes Flattop Mountain, the most climbed mountain in Alaska.

Flattop Mountain Trail

Now encompassing more than 265,000 acres in northern Colorado, Rocky Mountain National Park remains home to some of the most spectacular scenery on Earth. From wooded forests, to alpine tundra these majestic mountains provide habitat to more than 60 species of mammals, including elk, bighorn sheep, black bears, moose, mountain lions, bobcat and mule deer. More than 280 species of birds visit or reside in the park as well, including such varied species as white-tailed ptarmigans, Clark's nutcrackers, Steller's jays, water ouzels, golden eagles and prairie falcons.

Tony Knowles Coastal Trail

The Tony Knowles Coastal Trail is a one of the most beautiful coastal trails in the nation; the trail gently winds along the coast eleven miles from downtown to the chalet at Kincaid Park and is by far Anchorage's most popular trail. Leave the bustling city behind, and explore a local treasure that tells a long tale of natural and human history. Skirt the fault line of the '64 quake, stroll through scented forests, look for moose, and take in sweeping vistas where you can spot beluga whales and North America's highest peak, Mount McKinley also known as Denali all in a single view. We've highlighted the first five miles of the trail for you from the modern skyline of downtown to the open skies of Point Woronzof.

Alaska Railroad

Choose from two classes of passenger service: comfortable Adventure Class seating offering large picture windows, or premium GoldStar Service featuring glass-dome ceilings, all-inclusive dining and an outdoor, upper-level viewing platform. Come see why our authentic Alaskan hospitality and incredible scenery draws thousands of passengers yearly!

Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center

The Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center (AWCC) is located in Portage Valley and is surrounded by the breathtaking Chugach Mountain Range and Turnagain Arm inlet. Come enjoy over 200 acres of animal enclosures by touring our scenic 1.5-mile loop, accessible by foot or by car, while learning about our resident wildlife. We look forward to seeing you at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center and hope you enjoy your visit!

Epic Charters | Day Trips

Your Alaskan wilderness adventure begins with Epic Charters! We are a full service charter company offering expeditions for Kayakers, Photographers, and Whale and Wildlife watchers. We are based in Whittier, Alaska, close to Anchorage and Seward. Come explore Prince William Sound with us!

Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center

Through a combination of art and design, history, science and culture, the Anchorage Museum creates a rich, deep understanding of the human experience and offers something for everyone. The Anchorage Museum connects people, expands perspectives, and encourages global dialogue about the North and its distinct environment.
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