Business and internet resources
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Portal Alaska is a technological resource for the state of Alaska. Portal Alaska
offers the people of Alaska a simple and efficient way to manage
their information, business and personal activities. Portal Alaska aims to be the most
comprehensive, thorough web presence about and for Alaskas citizens and businesses.
Full of content from every corner of the state, Portal Alaska is built and maintained by
local service providers and gives area businesses the opportunity to reach potential
customers. This site provides information to both tourists and locals with its various
sections dedicated to entertainment, community issues, weather, news and more.
- Alaska Yellow pages
Alaska WhiteYellowPages is your local Alaska directory and Alaska city guide.
WhiteYellowPages makes it easier to find anything in Alaska by allowing you to search six
different Alaska yellow pages, six different Alaska white pages, or the web from one page.
WhiteYellowPages combines local Alaska phone directories with Alaska weather, Alaska news,
and other Alaska tools.
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- Alaska - Alaskan
Your guide to America's Last Frontier. Featured inside are valuable resources and
information on Alaska's businesses, Alaska travel information, tour operators and guides,
Alaska real estate and much more!
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Alaska's best resource for Alaskan travel, vacation, business and visitors
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Alaska online shopping guide
Alaskan gifts await you in our gift store such as Gold Nugget, Ivory jewelry
beautiful hand-carved Totem poles and Ivory, Jade and Antler carvings. Our Alaskan fine
arts and crafts is crafted by hand, each are one-of-a-kind masterpieces. Here you will
find the finest in Alaskan gifts from South East Alaska, the coastal villages of Alaska's
shore along the Bering Sea and Arctic Ocean to our Interior villages above Fairbanks
within the Arctic Circle to Anchorage and south to Kachemack Bay. Alaska is known for the
old adage "if you see it and like it don't pass it by, as you may never see it again.
Since 1973 we have been bringing Alaska to the world, Alaska Guide find Alaskan gifts is
family owned and operated by Arctic Originals, Inc. We offer our fine selection of Alaskan
gifts of the best quality handmade treasures of hundreds of Alaskan gifts with more
Chambers of commerce
- Alaska - The Alaska State Chamber of Commerce
The mission of the Alaska State Chamber of Commerce is to promote the
planned, orderly growth and development of Alaska through strong, private sector business
leadership that influences statewide economics and politics.
There's a special mystique to Alaska. The name conjures up adventure, raw natural
beauty -- glaciers, mountains and seas, unmatched the world around -- facinating wildlife,
a unique cultural heritage, and independent, pioneering people. As you plan your next
adventure or your next convention or business meeting, it's time to consider Alaska. As
you venture north, Anchorage will provide the ideal gateway to most that Alaska offers.
Here you will find first-class hotels and quaint B&B's, four-star restaurants and
small cafes, an outstanding Museum of History and Art and a multitude of other fun
activities. It's a great place to get ready to fish, hunt, climb and camp.
Chugiak-Eagle River continues to thrive in this post pipeline period boasting a current
population of approximately 30,000. The community continues to attract visitors and new
residents alike because of its pristine beauty and modern conveniences. New subdivisions
are in the planning stages which will accommodate those wishing to relocate to this area.
However, plenty of open space remains allowing residents and visitors to thrive in this
beautiful Alaskan environment.
Prince William Sound is a beautiful complex of deep, glacially-carved fjords on the north
Gulf of Alaska. Cordova, a community of 3,000 year-round residents on the eastern shore of
Orca Inlet, is an excellent location for a regional research facility. It offers good
access to both Prince William Sound and the adjacent Copper River Delta, the largest
contiguous wetlands in the Western United States. Once a railroad gateway to Alaska's
interior, Cordova today is a hub of commercial fishing activity with a growing tourism
industry. Its facilities include a modern airport with daily jet service to Anchorage and
Seattle, a new hospital and regular ferry service to Valdez, Whittier and Seward.
At the northern end of America's longest fjord, Haines shares a border with 20
million acres of protected wilderness. The heart of Alaska's Glacier Bay National Park is
less than 25 miles by air from downtown Haines, and Canada's Kluane National Park and
Tatshenshini-Alsek Provincial Park are just up the road. As you can imagine, opportunities
for outdoor recreation are endless. And this is just part of what makes Haines the Alaska
of your dreams!
Nestled among rolling hills and overlooking Kachemak Bay and the Kenai
Mountains, this seaside community has 4,000 residents and another 8,000 beyond the city
limits. In addition to the downtown area of Homer, a unique attraction is the Homer Spit,
a long, narrow finger of land jutting 4.5 miles into Kachemak Bay. The Spit is home to our
harbor and over 700 charter and commercial boat operators year round, growing to 1,500 in
the summer months.
Where the moose, caribou and bears are your next door neighbors, where the
fishing is spectacular and where only fish experience traffic jams.
A popular destination along Alaska's famed Inside Passage, Ketchikan and its
neighboring communities provide an unforgettable Alaska experience. We invite you to enjoy
our special part of Alaska. Whether you travel by air or water, you'll find modern
amenities, irresistible shopping and our famed Alaskan hospitality await when you
experience Alaska, in Ketchikan.
Kodiak Island is famous for huge Kodiak brown bears, world-class sport fishing,
one of the largest commercial fishing ports in the nation, and the magnificent green that
the island turns during the summer--which is why Kodiak is affectionately called Alaska's
The Matanuska-Susitna Borough is situated within the heart of Southcentral
Alaska, encompassing more than 24,000 square miles (about the size of the state of West
Virginia). The Borough includes mountain ranges and valleys; glaciers, rivers, and lakes;
wetlands, tundra, and boreal forest; farms, towns, suburban homes, and isolated cabins;
and vast stretches of pristine wilderness. Its boundaries enclose the drainages of its two
principle rivers-- the Matanuska and the Susitna Rivers. The Borough includes portions of
the Alaska Range with the tallest mountain in North America, Mount McKinley, just outside
its northern borders; portions of the Chugach Mountains to the south; and virtually the
entire Talkeetna and Clearwater Ranges in its interior.
Moose Pass, located on the Kenai Peninsula, is tucked away in the Mountains along
the shoreline of Upper Trail Lake at Mile 29 of the Seward Highway, a National Scenic
Byway. The original Iditarod Trail, used for transporting gold and supplies, was blazed
through this valley in 1910. The abundance of moose in the area prompted the towns
name. Moose Pass, a friendly and picturesque little town, will make your Alaskan stay a
comfortable one. Lodging options abound, ranging from campgrounds and RV Parks to motels
and B&Bs. Several restaurants, gift shops, and our local grocery store provide
dining and shopping opportunities. The library, churches, museum, and post office offer
important services for out-of-town guests. We also have a flying service and float flying
school, and even a water wheel with stone for those that have an axe to grind! We welcome
all visitors to enjoy the bounty and beauty of summer when the sun hardly rests and the
days are long and glorious. Favorite pastimes include: fishing for trout, grayling or
Dolly Varden; hiking the numerous trails to view birds, wildlife, and flowers; cycling or
skating on our bike path; or taking a flight seeing trip over the mountains to view
glaciers and wildlife. A berry-picking excursion or tour of the local salmon hatchery are
other options. However, you may just want to stretch out on the lakeshore, kick up your
feet, and marvel at the unparalleled beauty.
The largest concentration of humpback whales in Alaska, calving tidewater glaciers and
world class sportsfishing are just a few of the things making Petersburg the choice
destination for those wanting the best of what Southeast Alaska offers.
Situated at the head of Resurrection Bay on the Kenai Peninsula, Seward is one of
Alaskas oldest and most scenic communities. Known as the "Gateway to Kenai
Fjords National Park" Seward is a picturesque town located 126 miles south of
Anchorage. Visitors can easily reach us via the Seward Highway Scenic Byway, the Alaska
Railroad, bus, air, or cruise ship. Upon your arrival you will discover our bustling
harbor and historic downtown district filled with quaint shops and art galleries.
Experience trophy sport fishing, glacier and wildlife cruises, sailing, hiking, kayaking,
flightseeing, summer dog sled rides, and more. Seward is also a winter wonderland offering
cross-country skiing and snowmachining adventures.
Sitka is thought to be the most beautiful of southeast Alaska cities. Nestled on
the west side of Baranof Island, it is flanked on the east by majestic snow-capped
mountains, and on the west by the Pacific Ocean. Our climate is mild, but we do get more
than our fair share of "liquid sunshine"! Our most valuable natural resource is,
without a doubt, the people of Sitka, who share a pride in their home and a love of life
in all its small-town splendor!
Skagway's history and spectacular natural setting combine to create unparalleled
sightseeing and recreation opportunities. Poke around on your own, or select from a
variety of commercial tours. Either way, you will be amply rewarded with the sights and
activities in and around Skagway.
Located at the heart of the Kenai Peninsula, the City of Soldotna offers year
round recreational opportunities for residents and visitors. Fishing opportunities include
not only the Kenai River for King, Sockeye, and Silver Salmon throughout the summer
season, but also easy access to nearby Cook Inlet for Halibut and numerous lakes and
streams for Trout, Dolly Varden, and other species. Sightseeing and hiking are available
within and around Soldotna. Lands open for snow machining and cross-country skiing trails
are readily accessible. Soldotna's beauty is shared through our many parks. We have more
river city parks within the City's boundary than anywhere else in Alaska. With over 2,800
feet of elevated boardwalk and over 200 campsites, you will understand why Soldotna is a
favorite playground for Alaskans.
There are a variety of things to do in Tok thanks to the local businesses and
clubs. Sled dog demonstrations, gold panning, an Alaskan theme park, sourdough pancake
breakfasts, slide shows, Native dancing, miniature golf, salmon bake, gold nugget jewelry
and Bingo is held at the VFW We also have an active Lions organization. For the
athletically challenged there are 15 miles of paved bike trails running parallel to the
highways, and softball games held most nights at the local field.
Valdez is home to 5 glaciers in the Valdez area
that can be accessed by cruising, flying, walking or driving. Other summer activities
include spectacular flightseeing by helicopter, affording spectacular views of mountains,
glaciers, historical sights, and Prince William Sound. Raft nearby rivers floating
underneath towering waterfalls. Kayaking is another way to explore the region up close and
personal. Hike or bike historic Gold Rush trails. Watch the past come alive before you on
a Historical Bus Tour or while visiting the local museums and collections displaying
Alaska Native artifacts and area history from early to recent days of the previous
Whether you are an
adventurer looking for an unforgettable outdoor experience or a business searching for
excellent entrepreneurial prospects, the friendly Alaskan community of Wrangell, the
Gateway to the Stikine River, offers exciting opportunities for everyone.
- Alaska - Alaska
Alaska's premier business magazine and in our 20th year of publishing. In
these pages you'll find news articles and features about businesses and business people on
America's Last Frontier. Each month our editors examine a major segment of Alaska's
economy; where it's been, where it's going, who's who and what's new.
- Alaska Tour
Alaska travel and vacation information from Alaska Tour and Travel. Vacation
packages, hotels, tours, cruises, Alaska Railroad and bus trips for Alaska cities
including Seward, Anchorage, Denali Park, Talkeetna and Fairbanks.
- Alaska - Alaska
Looking for an Alaska Vacation, would you like to go Halibut fishing or Salmon
fishing, Kayaking, Bear viewing or just lay back in your hot tub at your lodging and take
in the spectacular view? We have very interesting sites for the shopper, fisher person,
traveler, students and anyone just looking for information on Alaska, Alaska Maps, Alaska
Lodge's, Alaska B&B's, Bear Viewing, Scenic Flights, Alaska camp grounds and links to
Alaska weather, Alaska State Parks, new Alaska Books and Authors page, Homer Alaska Senior
- Alaska One
The Alaska Internet Travel Guide is Alaska's most comprehensive online
travel information source. We feature hundreds of businesses that specialize in providing
travel tours, accommodations, and adventures in the Great Land.
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Alaska's National Parks
This site is designed to provide you with quick access to Alaska travel
information on Alaska's most popular travel destinations. Whether you are looking for a
great hotel or lodge, travel on the Alaska railroad, the best day tours, or more
information on Alaska cruises or National Parks - you have come to the right place. Each
travel tip offers visitor information on the topic and additional links to specific Alaska
In addition to information from Alaska Tour and Travel, you will find dozens of other
links to top Alaska travel resources. Not only will you find links to major sites like the
Alaska ferry system, the National Park Service and all the cruise lines and airlines
serving Alaska, there are plenty of smaller links like the Alaska Native Heritage Center
or the Alaska Sealife Center. You can even check weather links and information for major
Alaskan cities, or browse the web's top book sellers for Alaska travel guides.
- Alaskan photography
Alaska's Premier Photography and Travel Guide; with over 600 Alaskan photos
to enjoy as well as business listings from all of the major communities. Whether you are a
local Sourdough or a visitor from out of state, this is a great place to plan your Alaskan
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Alaska on the web
Alaska travel adventures. Aircharters & flightseeing, backpacking &
hiking, bear viewing, birding & ecotours, mountain climbing, kayaking & rafting
and more. Begin your Alaskan adventure here!
- Alaksa outdoors directory
Rare is the person who when thinking about Alaska does not put the outdoors
early in their thoughts. Huge but sparsely populated, Alaska's outdoors dominates the
lifestyles of many who live here whether they be Alaska natives or those who have come
from other parts of the USA or the world. OutdoorsDirectory.com is designed to provide
substantial information about important out of doors activities in "the Great
Land" -- at first hunting and fishing, but more to come in the future.
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Alaska Search provides a large amount of travel and tourism related
information. If you require more specific information, would like to travel to Alaska or
arrange a trip, then we encourage you to contact the many participating businesses of this
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Alaskan Holiday Internet Travel Guide -- Statewide listing of hunting,
fishing, weather, accommodations, lodges, and bed and breakfasts.
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AKTourGuide.com - Your Link to the Great State of Alaska. We have made it our
goal to bring the tourist as much information possible regarding your future visit to
Alaska. When we first visted Alaska, it was then that we fell in love with the state, its
people, and especially its wilderness. With this experience, it also sparked a long
dormant artistic side in both of our personalities. This is the point that inspired
Michael in photography and digital art. Our travels have taken us to Anchorage,
Glennallen, Denali, Fairbanks, Homer, Kenai Fjords, Matanuska Valley, Nenana, Palmer,
Prince William Sound, Resurrection Bay, Soldotna, Seward, Talkeetna, Tok, Valdez and
- Bed and breakfast association
The Bed & Breakfast Association of Alaska-INNside Passage Chapter is a
professional association for innkeepers of bed & breakfasts, country inns and small
lodges located throughout Southeast Alaska. We have B&B members in Gustavus, Haines,
Juneau, Ketchikan, Petersburg, Sitka, Skagway, Wrangell and Yakutat. Member Bed &
Breakfasts are listed by geographical area. Just click on the city or town for both member
and area information. If a member has a personal homepage, you may browse it by clicking
on their highlighted name. To make a reservation contact the individual Bed &
Breakfast. You will find contact information for each member in the directory listed under
- Alaska -
Our dream is to create a place for people around the Bering Sea to meet, to
connect, to share, and eventually to conduct and attract business and trade. This site is
the result of an ambitious new effort, inspired, funded, and organized by the Tanadgusix
(Alaskan Native Village) People and their friends. We are a small organization of real
Alaskan citizens-not some giant commercial conglomerate. Yet, with modern tools and
sincere efforts we can grow this site to serve each other. Native and non-native villages
and communities will both be welcome here. Our "common ground" is the sea-the
Bering Sea. We all live along its shores. Our Bering Sea economies are dependent on the
web of life and resources that flow through it. And from now on, our economies are also
tied to the larger worlds of national and international trade and law.
- Everything Alaska
Your On-Line Source For All Things Alaskan. Attractions, Business,
Communities, History, State & City Links, Local Webpages, News, Photo Galleries,
Special Offers, Stats & Facts, Weather, Annual Events, Travel Information, Aurora
Borealis and Much Much More...
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Much more than just another link site, ExploreNorth is here to help with all the
information you need to explore the circumpolar North. The regions we cover are Alaska,
the Yukon Territory, the Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Greenland, Iceland, Norway,
Sweden, Finland, the Faroe Islands and the northern parts of the Russian Federation. With
original articles and photos, and background material on the culture, environment and
economy of the North, you will find information here that is available nowhere else.
- Alaska - Fairnet
FairNet is an electronic community network for Fairbanks, Alaska, and the
surrounding area. FairNet provides educational and community information to the public
free of charge.
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Explore over 2,000 pages of detailed travel information about Alaskan trips,
B&Bs, trails, wildlife, activities, charter flights, and more...We are a travel
community website, seeking firsthand accounts about unusual places, hiking trails,
activities, etc., within the state.
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ILoveAlaska is for people interested in learning about our beautiful state --
whether they live here already or want to discover what we have to offer. ILoveAlaska.com
is part of a duo of informative, Alaska-centered websites.
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A comprehensive way to research the history, activities, experiences and
adventures Alaska has to offer. The site is content rich, with a variety of information on
the places, people and natural wonders that make Alaska unique in the world. We hope it
gives you a better feel for Alaska and the opportunities it offers for a growing variety
of travel experiences. Our content will frequently change with new features, visuals,
travel options and tour advertising. By exploring various destinations, you can begin to
get an idea of the diversity and remoteness of the state. Activities descriptions will
help you discover Alaska experiences. See the land and its people through visuals. Reading
features, learn about Alaska from Alaska writers. Use the search function at the top of
the page at any time to find information about subjects that interest you. An online
question and opinion forum provides a chance to discuss issues of importance to Alaska
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Juneau is jaw-dropping spectacular. ?The beauty of the place is almost
blinding,? Outside editors wrote in 1992. A 1995 Los Angeles Times readers? poll listed
Juneau among the top ten cruise destinations in the world for scenery and shopping. What
makes Juneau so special? The Little San Francisco of the North, Alaskas
capital city of 31,000 is a picturesque gold-rush town with Victorian homes and
false-front shops clinging to a thread of land at the foot of 3,500-foot slopes. Streets
too steep for cars dead-end into staircases.
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Juneau.com is for people interested in learning about our beautiful capital
city -- whether they live here already or want to discover what we have to offer. This
site is part of a duo of informative, Alaska-centered websites.
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Kodiak Alaska travel guide
The Kodiak Island Alaska Travel Guide contains detailed information on
accommodations, the most popular attractions in Kodiak, up to date weather forecasts,
maps, facts about Kodiak and Alaska, transportation, tours and advice for travelers. There
are sections covering Kodiak Island history, events, outdoor activities, fishing,
wildlife, the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge, fishing for world class salmon and halibut.
A selection of hotels, motels and bed & breakfast are listed with photos and
- Alaska -
Alaska's leading vacation travel guide providing information about Alaskan
accommodations, tours and sightseeing throughout Alaska. Imagine the absolute splendor of
a vacation to the Greatland. Come experience a land of immense diversity and unparalleled
grandeur. Alaska is so vast the temperature in one location may vary as much as one
hundred degrees from another. Alaska spans across 586,000 square miles of untamed
wilderness, and is home to the tallest mountain on the North American continent, (Mt.
Mckinley--20,320 feet). Alaska is one fifth the size of the continental United States, and
boasts a rich tapestry of history and culture. Alaska is bordered by two oceans and three
seas resulting in over 47,000 miles of coastline. Within these borders is a majestic
untamed landscape upon which wildlife flourishes abundantly. Alaska is home to over three
million lakes, 3,000 rivers, 1,800 islands, and more than 100,000 glaciers.
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Welcome to Alaska
Welcome to Alaska is your complete information guide for Alaska, Alaska
vacations, Alaska cruises, Alaska tours, Alaska Wildlife, Traveling to Alaska, Alaska Bed
and Breakfast, Alaska Lodging and much more.