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Summerset Bed & Breakfast
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 349 3766
Enjoy exquisite roses as you enter Summerset Bed & Breakfast. Your friendly hosts are eager to show you some Alaskan hospitality. Take a leisurely stroll down the bike trail, or fish for Rainbow trout and Silver Salmon in Campbell Creek located directly behind the Bed & Breakfast.Attention to detail is obvious as you enjoy your pleasantly spacious surroundings. The home is tastefully decorated with a mix of elegant American and Asian furnishings and art pieces.Relax and take in the view of the Chugach Moutains as you savor a full American, Continental, or Asian breakfast.

Sunlight North Expeditions
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 346 2027
We offer many treks in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge because I consider a Refuge trek to be among the premier Alaskan experiences.I am now accepting bookings for the 2005 season and invite you to read more about the Refuge and our treks in this national treasure. Since all our treks are customized please call me at 907-346-2027 to work out the details of route and date.

Sunset View B&B Resort
City: Big Lake
Tel: +1 907 892 8885
Vacation Home Rentals and Bed & Breakfast in Big Lake, Alaska...Perfectly situated between Anchorage and Denali National Park, in South Central Alaska. Our location offers "privacy" and "luxury" with scenic views of Mt. McKinley and breathtaking Alaskan Sunsets.These elegant accomodations are excellent for Family Vacations or Reunions, Corporate Business Retreats, Weddings, Romantic Getaways, or other Special Events.

Susan and Mark Lutz
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 279 1344
The Oscar Gill House is one of Anchorage's most popular bed & breakfast guesthouses. This 1913 home was originally built across the Cook Inlet in Knik, Alaska, by pioneer and former Anchorage Mayor Oscar Gill. Moved and renovated by owners Mark and Susan Lutz in cooperation with Anchorage Historic Properties, this private homestay is now located in a quiet downtown neighborhood on the Delaney Park Strip bordering the Cook Inlet with views of Denali and Sleeping Lady. Featured in Lonely Planet and reviewed as one of Alaska's "best" in Frommer's, this historic home has thoughtfully appointed rooms with down comforters, Body Shop toiletries, and delicious breakfasts. Superb location within walking distance to Performing Arts Center, courthouse, museum, microbreweries, restaurants, shops, and the beautiful Coastal Trail. Book early for summer reservations.

Susitna Place
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 274 3344
Susitna Place caters to travelers. For less than the price of a hotel room, guests will find cheerful, recently updated lodging, an inspiring view and a generous continental breakfast.The 4,000-square-foot bed and breakfast is in a quiet location, atop a bluff overlooking Cook Inlet, yet is a short walk from the heart of Anchorage, the largest city in Alaska. Shops, fine and casual dining and the Coastal Trail are nearby.Decks provide panoramic Cook Inlet and mountain views. Mount Susitna -- Sleeping Lady -- is framed by floor-to-ceiling windows on both levels of the home. Mount McKinley and Aleutian Range volcanoes are visible on a clear day, beluga whales surface occasionally, and guests can watch some of the world's most extreme tides roll in and out of Knik Arm. Aurora borealis displays are possible, though rare during the long days of summer.

Susitna Sunsets Bed and Breakfast
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 346 1067
Welcome to Susitna Sunsets B&B where guests enjoy privacy, luxury, and breathtaking, panoramic views in a relaxed Alaskan atmosphere. The spacious three-story cedar B & B is located on two wooded acres in a distinctive neighborhood on the "Hillside" overlooking Anchorage, Cook Inlet, and Mt. Susitna - locally known as Sleeping Lady.Susitna Sunsets features beautifully decorated guest rooms and common areas with spectacular views from every room. All of the guest rooms offer views of the peaks of the Chugach Mountains including Flattop - the most frequently climbed mountain in all of Alaska. On clear days guests may be treated to views of the Alaska Range from the living and dining rooms with Mts. McKinley, Hunter, and Foraker dominating the northern horizon.Mornings begin with your choice of a full or deluxe continental breakfast served either in the dining room or on one of the decks. Guests who are heading out early for a busy day of sightseeing can enjoy breakfast "to go."

Swiss Efficiency B & B
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 272 0376
Your Swiss Efficiency hosts, originally from Central Switzerland and Germany's Black Forest, welcome world travelers to our newly built B&B apartments. We are fluent in English, Swiss and German, and also speak moderate French and Italian.The Swiss Efficiency apartments are on the garden level of our home, with excellent views of Campbell Lake and the Chugach Mountains. These apartments are the ideal arrangement for short or long stays in Anchorage, either for business or family visits. We are conveniently located close to restaurants, stores, bike trails and a city bus stop. Breakfast provisions are supplied in the kitchenette.

Talkeetna River Guides & Rafters Inc
City: Talkeetna
Tel: +1 907 733 2677
Few places in the world rival the scenic beauty of Mt. McKinley (known locally as "Denali", or "the Great One" in the Tanana Athabascan dialect), and the glacier-fed river valleys of the southern slopes of the Alaska Range. Located just 120 road miles northeast of Anchorage, the quaint, historic town of Talkeetna sits near the confluence of three mighty rivers, the Susitna, the Chulitna, and the Talkeetna. TRG operates out of a yurt office on Main Street. Other activities in the area include (just to name a few) hiking great trails in Denali State Park, flightseeing amidst the spectacular peaks of the Alaska Range, and remote wilderness exploration in the unspoiled reaches of Denali National Park and the nearby Talkeetna Mountains. Our commitment to safety and professionalism is unparalleled. TRG provides the most up-to-date swiftwater technician and whitewater rescue training for our guides and other local outfitters. We hire experienced River Guides, adept at their craft, and with solid reputations in the rafting community. We are an Alaskan company with many years of living and exploring the country. Unlike many of our competitors, we live here, so we know best how to show you a safe, exciting, great time!

Talon Air Services
City: Soldotna
Tel: +1 907 262 8899
Talon Air Service is located in the Heart of the Kenai Peninsula. We specialize in affordable Alaska Wilderness Fun!! Whether you're an avid fisherman, hunter or just want to see the vast Alaska Wilderness from a birds-eye view, we can customize a trip to meet your outdoor desires. With over 30 years of Alaska wilderness experience, our pilot and guides have the know-how to make it happen.Float planes are an essential piece of equipment for enjoying the wilderness in Alaska and are often the only way to escape the throngs of tourists found in the more accessible areas. Utilizing the float plane lets us offer the thrill of a lifetime in a single day trip and have you back at your chosen lodging that same evening.

Taquan Air
City: Ketchikan
Tel: +1 907 225 8800
Taquan Air provides world renowned Misty Fiords flightseeing, bear viewing, charter, and scheduled services to Prince of Wales, Metlakatla, and Hyder. Depart the Ketchikan waterfront and immediately enter the lush wilderness of the Tongass National Forest with an experienced Alaska bush pilot. Whether you want to land on a mountain lake, fly over fjords, view glaciers and wildlife or just enjoy the phenomenal and breathtaking beauty of the last frontier, Taquan Air will fly you safely and efficiently every time.We offer unmatched excellence in floatplane services with our completely refurbished fleet of seaplanes. Each DeHavilland Beaver contains state of the art glass cockpit avionics, guaranteed window seating, and noise canceling stereo headsets for each passenger. These features have helped Taquan establish the finest fleet of Dehavilland Beaver seaplanes in commercial operation.By creating and maintaining a business strategy that promotes safety in all facets of aircraft operations, we have been fortunate to provide an accident and incident free operating environment for our customers and employees. Safety is the cornerstone of Taquan Air's value statement and it begins with a company wide safety culture. Management has committed the company to being the top floatplane operator in Alaska by having a comprehensive safety program, being proactive, and leading the industry with our efforts in safety.

Tara Dells Bed & Breakfast
City: Palmer
Tel: +1 907 745 0407
Tara Dells Bed & Breakfast is located in the Hatcher Pass area of the Matanuska-Susitna Valley, at Mile 5.8 Trunk Road which is just one hour from the Anchorage airport.Five wooded acres near Wasilla Creek make the setting for these accommodations. Owners, Andy and Donel Dowling, have over 50 years in Alaska, with lots of experiences to share. They provide their visitors with videos and pictures of Alaskan-style fishing and hunting. Other than the typical Alaskan hobbies, Andy and Donel keep busy as dog fanciers, with a specialty for top winning collies which they breed and sell.

The Aerie
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 345 9837
The Aerie is perched approx. 1000 feet above Turnagain Inlet, looking out at the Alaska Range. Views of Mt. Susitna, Mt. McKinley, and two volcanoes are seen from your private floor. Out the front door, nature trails await you in the Chugach Mountains. Literally at the end of the road, nature surrounds you at the Aerie. We frequently enjoy more sunny days than the Anchorage bowl. Many times the city is obscured by clouds while we bask in the sun! During the winter we are often above the temperature inversions, with 10-15 degree warmer days!

The Bering Land Bridge National Preserve
City: Nome
Tel: +1 907 443 2522
The Bering Land Bridge National Preserve is one of the most remote national park areas, located on the Seward Peninsula in northwest Alaska. The Preserve is a remnant of the land bridge that connected Asia with North America more than 13,000 years ago. The majority of this land bridge, once thousands of miles wide, now lies beneath the waters of the Chukchi and Bering Seas.During the glacial epoch this was part of a migration route for people, animals, and plants whenever ocean levels fell enough to expose the land bridge. Archeologists agree that it was across this Bering Land Bridge, also called Beringia, that humans first passed from Asia to populate the Americas. The Preserve's western boundary lies 42 miles from the Bering Strait and the fishing boundary between the United States and Russia.

The Cedars Lodge
City: Ketchikan
Tel: +1 800 813 4363
Grant Island, secluded in the sheltered panhandle region of Alaska, is home to the Silverking Lodge. Surrounded by pristine wilderness rising from deep blue waters, the lodge is only accessible by boat or float plane.Experience the freedom to navigate your craft within our protected waters wherever and whenever you wish. Create your own fishing adventures with just the right amount of direction from our knowledgeable staff.Silverking Lodge combines all the comforts of home with the luxury of a professional, friendly staff. Kirk and the crew will greet you as you arrive and will attend to all your needs during your stay.Delicious, home-cooked meals of seafood, beef, chicken, pork and pasta are served buffet style in our dining room.

The Chickadee Bed & Breakfast
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 345 4164
The Chickadee Bed & Breakfast is beautifully situated in a quiet, upscale, oceanview neighborhood across the street from Turnagain Arm Bluff in Anchorage. Close access to lovely parks, bike and walking trails, major shopping centers, dining and hiking. We're located just south 12 minutes from the airport, and 15 minutes from downtown Anchorage. A comfortable, split level home shared by your hosts Jerry and Nancy, and their two small, friendly dogs.

The Copper Whale Inn
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 258 7999
You needn't leave Anchorage's Copper Whale Inn to discover Alaska's beauty. The State's natural heritage is captured in the pictures on the walls of your room, and visible through just about every window of this unique downtown inn.The Copper Whale Inn is located in the heart of the historic, eclectic Anchorage, convenient to the city's major attractions. Yet the inn's West hillside location also offers stunning views of the Cook Inlet, the Alaska Range, and the Mt. Spurr Volcano. Binoculars on your window sill make it easy to spot Beluga whales that roam the volatile waterways, and innkeeper Tony Carter - a marine biologist - is always on hand to answer questions.One of the few buildings that survived the 1964 Anchorage earthquake, The Copper Whale Inn contrasts with the downtown high-rises.Surpassingly lush gardens grace the exterior in the Summer, while inside the inn is cozy and inviting, with original pine floors and brightly painted rooms warmed by a brass trimmed fireplace.Convenient to both city and country, with the comfort of home, it's hard to match The Copper Whale Inn.

The Cordova Chamber Of Commerce
City: Cordova
Tel: +1 907 424 7260
Greetings bird lovers! This is the official home page for the annual Copper River Delta Shorebird Festival, held each year in beautiful Cordova, Alaska. This year's festival will take place May 9 - 11, 2003.In early May, the tidal flats of the Copper River Delta shimmer with the activity of hundreds of thousands of shorebirds. As many as 5 million shorebirds rest and feed here during spring migration. The Copper River Delta Shorebird Festival provides the ideal opportunity for bird watchers to be part of this epic migration. Many activities, workshops, and community events are offered throughout the festival. We invite you to join us in Cordova for the the birding event of the new millenium!

The Denali Dome Home
City: Healy
Tel: +1 907 683 1239
The Denali Dome Home is a family run, year-Round bed and breakfast, located 12 miles north of the Denali National Park entrance. Situated on five wooded acres and landscaped lawns and gardens, the 7,200 square foot residence provides guests with a clean, calm, spacious and friendly atmosphere. It is located just off the George Parks Highway at Mile 248.8 in scenic Healy, Alaska. It is the longest established B&B in the Denali area.>From this closest town to Denali National Park, guests enjoy the amenities of home and the convenient access to Denali's tours and outdoor activities. Ample paved, off-street parking is available for all of Denali Dome Home's guests. This B&B's reputation for excellence has earned it a 3-diamond rating from the AAA (American Automobile Association). Denali Dome Home provides a smoke free environment. The owners are active members of the Denali Chamber of Commerce, Fairbanks Association of Bed & Breakfasts, and membership chairs of the Bed and Breakfast Association of Alaska. Church, school, scouts and sports also keep this family active in the Denali area.

The Fairbanks Golden Nugget Hotel
City: Fairbanks
Tel: +1 907 452 5141
Our 37 spacious rooms and suites offer color cable TV, individually-controlled heating and air conditioning, FREE local phone calls and non-smoking rooms.We also offer state, government and military rates as well as senior citizen discounts. Ask about our convention and special group rates!

The Hotel Captain Cook
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 276 6000
The Hotel Captain Cook is Anchorage's only true luxury hotel. Located in what is now the bustling hub of America's gateway to the Pacific Rim, the Hotel Captain Cook caters to the international traveler, dignitary, business traveler and tourist with the service and meticulous attention to detail for which the Hotel is justly famous.The Hotel Captain Cook is Alaska's only member of Preferred Hotels and Resorts Worldwide, an organization of over 100 of the finest independently owned and managed luxury hotels and resorts in North and South America, Asia, the Caribbean, Africa and Europe. The organization maintains exacting membership requirements, ensuring that its properties are among the very best.Guestrooms, The Crow's Nest restaurant, and four of the meeting rooms command panoramic views of the Chugach Mountain Range and Cook Inlet, where guests may often enjoy whale watching.

The Imaginarium
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 276 3179
Picture a place where children's faces light up the second they enter, where "oohs" and "ahhs" are commonplace and where exciting, interactive learning is a cornerstone. Imagine such a place right here in Anchorage. Imagine the Imaginarium!The Imaginarium, Alaska's only hands-on Science Discovery Center, is designed as a place where people can have fun learning about science by actually doing science.In recent years, The Imaginarium has really come into its own offering beautiful, professionally produced permanent exhibits as well as innovative traveling exhibits, not only to the children of Anchorage, but to the entire state of Alaska through our Outreach program. Serving over 50,000 children and adults annually, the Imaginarium is a unique destination for local schoolchildren, preschoolers, birthday parties and visitors alike.Located in downtown Anchorage, The Imaginarium resembles a living laboratory where you can stand inside a bubble, ponder the magnitude of the universe in a planetarium, discover ocean life in a marine touch tank, observe and touch exotic reptiles, or learn the principles of physics while playing with specialized toys.

The Lake House
City: Valdez
Tel: +1 907 835 4752
Magnificent views and amazing adventures are the norm while staying at this year-round B&B that is stunningly situated on the shores of Robe Lake and surrounded by the Chugach Mountains. Field glasses are provided for watching wildlife and birds from the large deck offering mesmerizing vistas. Plan the following day's scenic activities in the spacious living room with the innkeepers' expert advice. Rest easy in comfortably appealing guest bedrooms or a suite. Ready for early risers or late sleepers, a help-yourself breakfast is served each morning. Go on a Columbia Glacier cruise, visit Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, or take a pipeline tour.

The Oscar Grill House
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 279 1344
1913 homestay listed on National Historic Register and featured as one of Alaska's "best" in Frommer's, is located in a quiet neighborhood on the downtown Delaney Parkstrip with view of Alaska Range and Denali (on a good day!). Walking distance to Coastal Trail, Performing Arts Center, museum, restaurants, shops. Three thoughtfully appointed rooms, one with Jacuzzi bathtub. Shared bath has claw foot tub and shower. Delicious breakfasts, down comforters, wonderful toiletries. $85-$110 May through October; $65-$75 October through April.

The Robin's Nest Bed & Breakfast
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 279 0052
The Robin's Nest B&B is nestled in a quiet downtown neighborhood. We're close to the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail. This popular walking, running, and biking trail follows Cook Inlet from downtown to the airport. The Bed & Breakfast is within walking distance to city market, museums, downtown shopping, restaurants, court house, and downtown business district.

The Sea Lion Gallery and Lodging
City: Homer
Tel: +1 907 235 3400
Many Homer accommodations feature fantastic views of the Homer Spit, ocean and glaciated mountains. When you stay at the Sea Lion Cove you become part of that view! Our oceanside location is not just world class scenic, it is convenient to many of the amenities that Homer is known for; boat harbor, fishing charters and tour boats, sea kayaking, custom sport fish packing and shipping, restaurants, galleries and gift shops, beachcombing, bird and sea mammal watching and shorebased fishing for salmon and bottomfish. You are only one to seven minute's walk from any of these activities.

The Summer Inn Bed & Breakfast
City: Haines
Tel: +1 907 766 2970
The Summer Inn Bed & Breakfast is a five bedroom historical house with a live-in Innkeeper. The Inn is open year-round. Located at 117 Second Avenue near the heart of downtown Haines, the Inn provides excellent views of the Lynn Canal and is within walking distance to the sites of Haines. The house was built almost 100 years ago by Tim Vogel, a member of Skagway's notorious Soapy Smith gang and a colorful character in the history of Haines.Start your day with a full homemade breakfast, spend your evening with a good book in our spacious living room, and end your day soaking in Tim Vogel's own bathtub, circa 1912. We invite you to be our guests at

The TeddyBear House
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 344 3111
At the Teddy Bear House, you are surrounded by our vast collection of over 1000 teddy bears and various teddy bear regalia from around the world!Our home, built in the late fifties, has all the comfort and charm of a large, older home and is located in a woodland area. During the summer, you will enjoy spending time on our cedar deck, either barbecuing on the gas grill or just breathing in the clean Alaska air!

The Travel Connection
City: Haines
Tel: +1 907 766 2681
In an effort to combat the sometimes painful lack of information available to prospective travelers to Alaska, we offer custom tour planning for our out-of-state clients. Since 1986 we have specialized in customized tour planning for all of Alaska. We can design a custom tour using small cruise ships, remote lodges, village tours, wildlife viewing and more, that will get you away from the crowds and up close to the beauty of Alaska.We are well-versed in booking Alaska's main attractions such as Glacier Bay, Denali Park, and the Inside Passage. We also have considerable experience in booking the many relatively undiscovered gems such Haines, the Admiralty Island Wilderness Homestead, the Pribilofs, Katmai, and more.

The Tree House
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 345 5421
You'll find The Tree House is quiet; friendly; non-smoking, convenient to shopping, hiking, dining, the Anchorage airport, and beyond.A resident since 1983, the Hostess is a teacher who welcomes you with Alaskan hospitality and is able to offer suggestions for dining and touring. Relax in the outdoor jacuzzi or enjoy a BBQ on the deck.

The Unalkaleet River Lodge
City: Unalakleet
Tel: +1 907 624 3031
Fishing lodge with fully guided fly and spin fishing and deluxe accommodations.

Tikchik Narrows Lodge
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 243 8450
Tikchik was started in 1969 by sportfishing Alaskan pioneers Bob & Gayle Curtis. At that time the Curtis's owned & operated Wood River Lodge and Bob used to fly up to the Tikchik Narrows to take his anglers fishing. Bob always considered the Tikchik Narrows to be the best fishing around. He would walk up on top of the rock knoll at the tip of the peninsula and dreamed of building a lodge there, which he did in 1969. He sold Wood River and devoted his time, money and love to Tikchik Narrows Lodge. Bob & Gayle Curtis sold Tikchik Narrows Lodge to Bud Hodson in 1986. Bud Hodson had worked at Tikchik from 1975 through 1978. After Tikchik, Bud managed Golden Horn Lodge for 7 years before returning to purchase and operate Tikchik.

Tikchik State Park Tours
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 243 8450
Tikchik State Park Tours provides unguided wilderness adventures in Alaska's best kept wilderness secret the Wood/Tikchik State Park, located in Western Alaska. Tikchik State Park Tours is owned and operated by Tikchik Narrows Lodge, an Alaskan owned company dedicated to sharing this isolated region by offering Air transportation and equipment rentals in the park.We have outlined the following trip packages to simplify the available trips. You can design your own trip itinerary to any local destination, or combination. By chartering our aircraft we can fly you and your group anywhere, just let us know.

Toast Bed and Breakfast
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 278 1341
Comfortable and spacious home with two large bedrooms, each with private bath. Near trails, lagoon and downtown. Internet, cable TV, and phone in each room. Landscaped yard and garden.

Togiak River Lodge
City: Togiak
Tel: +1 907 493 5464
The Togiak River lies in the heart of the world famous Bristol Bay area of southwestern Alaska. The Togiak is the entry to the traditional spawning grounds for all five species of Alaskan Pacific Salmon. In the clear, glacier fed waters of the Togiak, anglers will find King, Coho, Sockeye, Chum, and Pink Salmon, as well as trophy-sized native Rainbow Trout, Arctic Char, Grayling, and Dolly Varden.The Togiak and its tributaries access anglers to some of the best sport-fishing in the world! Whether you desire flyfishing, casting, spinning, backtrolling, or sight fishing, our guides will keep you in full days of action. Professional guides, who spend the entire season living on the river, give our guests an added advantage with their expertise, experience, and knowledge. We use a variety of both prop and jet driven boats, allowing access to the numerous tributaries of the Togiak River drainage. The Togiak River is also the ideal type of river for the fly fishing enthusiast.

Tollers' Timbers Guest Chalets & Cottages
City: Wasilla
Tel: +1 907 746 1438
Conveniently located 40 miles north of Anchorage, in the Matanuska-Susitna Valley at Alaska's crossroads to fun and adventure. Quality lodgings at an affordable rate are an ideal lodging choice for any Southcentral Alaska vacation.Custom designed vacation lodging for guest comfort and convenience. This beautiful Alaskan country retreat is nestled on 14 acres of private property, partially wooded and partially landscaped to enhance nature's own beautiful wildflowers, melodic songbirds and serene mountain views. A 10 minute drive to access either Highway 1 or 3, the main traveling routes for exploring Southcentral Alaska's many recreational activities and attractions.Choose from five private cabins which are fully equipped and comfortably furnished. Deluxe in modern amenities, each lodging has a furnished kitchen, TV, VCR, W/D, phone, stereo, deck and more as a standard part of their comfort. Each accommodation varies in sleeping arrangements and a few exclusive luxury amenities such as decks, mountain views, and fireplaces. Cabins are named and listed below with links to further details.Guests enjoy picnic and BBQ facilities, horseshoe pits; an on-site office with maps, guide and identification books, movies and an Alaskana gift shop. Friendly and knowledgeable hosts and staff provide you with warm and gracious hospitality. We help to make the most of your Alaska vacation!

Tom & Janet Schlagel
City: Dillingham
Tel: +1 907 842 2570
Bay Air Alaska charter can take you from Dillingham, Alaska, the Red Salmon capital of the world to lakes and rivers of breathtaking beauty. Come visit this beautiful area of southwestern Alaska and fish for King Salmon exceeding 30 pounds or Alaska rainbow trout. Take an air sightseeing tour for trophy caribou herds and Alaskan moose. Bay Air Alaska can fly you to Brooks Camp where you can watch Grizzly Bear dine on salmon swimming upstream. Fly to Lake Aleknagik and see the Great Bald Eagle while you fish for Dolly Varden rainbow trout. Most sport fishing use occurs on the Kanektok, Goodnews, and Togiak rivers.

Tree Tops Lodge
City: Thorne Bay
Tel: +1 907 209 8650
Tree Tops Lodge is a place you will desire to return year after year. We limit our guests to small groups. This provides more personal attention for each guest. We would be happy to help plan your Alaskan adventure.

Tundra Rose Bed and Breakfast
City: Palmer
Tel: +1 610 388 5900
Quality lodging on the Glenn Highway Scenic Byway, the Tundra Rose Guest Cottages are situated at the base of Sheep Mountain Dall Sheep Reserve, and just minutes away from the entrance Alaska's most accessible glacier ~ the Matanuska Glacier.Tundra Rose Guest Cottages & Suites provide comfortable, affordable accommodations for your Alaskan vacation, with spectacular mountain and glacier views. View Dall Sheep ewes, rams and lambs from our yard (May 20 - Sept. 30).Travel the Glenn Highway 2 hours from Anchorage, where you will find us located in the upper Matanuska Susitna Valley. Tundra Rose Guest Cottages have become known as the perfect stopping place for your South Central Alaska travels. We are the halfway point if your are traveling between Seward and Valdez, Denali to Anchorage, or Anchorage to Wrangell -St Elias National Park. The scenic Glenn Highway is a destination you'll not want to miss!

Ugashik Lake & Kodiak Bear Camps
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 248 3230
Come fishing in Alaska with a lifelong Alaskan who has been fishing the wild reaches of this State since age 5. Gus knows how, when and where to get our fighting fish on the end of your line!

US Fish and Wildlife Services
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 786 3542
Nationally, the Service manages the approximately 100 million acre National Wildlife Refuge System, consisting of more than 540 National Wildlife Refuges and thousands of small wetlands and other special management areas. Under the Fisheries program we also operate 69 National Fish Hatcheries, 64 fishery resource offices and 78 ecological services field stations.We enforce Federal wildlife laws, protect endangered species, manage migratory birds, restore nationally significant fisheries, conserve and restore wildlife habitat such as wetlands, and help foreign governments with their international conservation efforts. We also oversee the Federal Aid program, which distributes hundreds of millions of dollars in excise taxes on fishing, hunting and boating equipment to State fish and wildlife agencies. Nationally, the Service employs approximately 8,000 people at facilities across the United States. We are a decentralized organization with a headquarters office in Washington, D.C., seven regional offices and approximately 700 field units.Headquartered in Anchorage, the Alaska Region employs approximately 500 people and is augmented by hundreds of others who work part time or as volunteers during field seasons. These highly dedicated and professional individuals perform a wide range of duties in the biological services and in a variety of support services, working out of offices in some 16 communities statewide.

Vader Charters
City: Clam Gulch
Tel: +1 907 567 3387
Alaska Fishing with Captain Tim Erion out of Deep Creek State Park, in Ninilchik, Alaska's best fishing is located on the Kenai Peninsula. Alaska fishing is known for Giant Pacific Halibut and Trophy Kenai King Salmon fishing, it doesn't get any bigger or better than this! Come aboard "The Vader" with "Captain Tim Erion" and fish Alaskan waters surrounding this area where world records for both King salmon and giant Pacific Halibut have been established.

Valdez Museum & Historical Archive
City: Valdez
Tel: +1 907 835 2764
The Valdez Museum & Historical Archive is an active place. We bring the stories of our community's history alive through our programs and activities. Please explore this site or come visit us at

Voyager Hotel
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 277 9501
Built in 1965, what this small but sturdy four story hotel may lack in architectural pop on the outside is more than made up for with friendly, professional service and top-quality accommodations on the inside.Remodeled and upgraded, the Voyager presents an unassuming but delightful quality that brings leisure and savvy business travelers alike back time and again.Careful attention to detail and many welcome amenities have earned The Voyager the distinction of being rated by both the America Automobile Association and the Mobile Travel Guide. We are proud to be included in many other fine travel publications such as Fodor's and Frommer's.

Walkabout Town B&B
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 866 279 7808
Anchorage Walkabout Town Bed and Breakfast is close to town, offers a full breakfast and free bicycyles. Guests enjoy riding the coastal trail on the free bicycles after eating a full breakfast with Alaskan flavors. Walkabout Town Bed and Breakfast is close to town with easy access to tourist attractions. Free bicycles and full breakfast make the Anchorage Walkabout Town Bed and Breakfast very popular.

Wandering Moose Bed & Breakfast
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 522 3780
Nestled in a quiet Anchorage Hillside neighborhood, Alaska Wandering Moose provides you with the feeling of being far removed from Anchorage's urban environment. Surrounded by trees on nearly 2 acres, Alaska Wandering Moose is the home to an abundance of wildlife. Moose are frequent visitors, as well as an occasional bear, lynx, and many species of birds. Enjoy being in Anchorage, yet being surrounded by the Alaskan wilderness.Alaska Wandering Moose is a special retreat offering delightful accommodations in a relaxing and private environment with easy access to downtown, the airport, the Chugach Mountain Range, the Seward Highway, Alyeska, and much more.

Wasilla Lake B&B
City: Wasilla
Tel: +1 907 376 5985
Located on the north shore, this premier bed & breakfast features spectacular lake and mountain views and equally impressive flower gardens. This spacious country home offers guest bedrooms with private or shared baths in the main part of the house. Stay in a 900-square-foot apartment with fireplace, situated on the lower level. An all-glass front overlooks the large deck, dock and water. Ask about making arrangements to fish for a pontoon boat ride. A visit to Anchorage is only 45 miles away.

Waterfall Resort
City: Ketchikan
Tel: +1 800 544 5125
The annual return of fish gives Waterfall Resort in Alaska its legendary reputation for sport fishing. Famous for the rich fishing grounds that made the Waterfall Cannery one of the most productive salmon fishing canneries in Alaska, this converted Resort attracts anglers of all skill levels from around the world for the staggering number of trophy-size Salmon, Halibut, and Ling-cod that return each season. The minute you step off the plane you will find yourself in another place, another time. Experience the way the world was meant to be, where the air is pure, the land is bold, and thousands of salmon return each year. Waterfall Resort, be a part of the legend.

Westwood House Bed and Breakfast
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 770 0910
Westwood House is an upscale Anchorage Bed and Breakfast located in an exclusive, quiet neighborhood with convenient access to downtown Anchorage, shopping, dining, recreation, sight-seeing and the largest float plane airport in the world.

Wetherbee's Charters
City: Coffman Cove
Tel: +1 907 329 2266
Coffman Cove is accessible by auto via the Alaska Marine Highway Ferry System and then Ketchikan to Hollis via the Inter~Island Ferry Authority. Upon your arrival in Hollis you will drive approximately 70 miles on the island wide road system. Your travel agent can book your flight directly to Coffman Cove. It is about a two hour flight from Seattle to Ketchikan on Alaska Airlines and the last 60 miles of the trip is a scenic floatplane trip from Ketchikan, providing magnificent views of the vast wilderness of the Tongass National Forest.Pacific Airways and Taquan Air provide scheduled flights to and from Ketchikan and Coffman Cove. Flight times vary due to the time of year you are planning your trip, so please check with the airlines for current schedules. If your interested in touring, Family Air Tours and Southeast Aviation offer some of the most spectacular sea plane tours and adventures in Southeast Alaska.

Whalers' Cove Lodge
City: Angoon
Tel: +1 907 788 3123
Whalers' Cove Lodge is located on Killisnoo Island just minutes from the Village of Angoon on the western side of Admiralty Island.The history of our lodge site has always been noted for exceptional fishing. Our fishing grounds were originally discovered by the Tlingit Indians when they traveled from Canada to what is now called Southeast Alaska and constructed their first village only minutes from our lodge. Once they had time to venture through the region, they discovered and built another village site where our lodge is currently located. The Tlingits chose Killisnoo Island due to the exceptional weather, calm waters of Chatham Strait and the superb fishing on the saltwater as well as the freshwater.In 1886, Alaska Northwest Trading Company was built within the Tlingit Village on Killisnoo Island. The site again was chosen due to the prosperous fishery and the calm inside passage of Chatham Strait. The Trading Company, which was later renamed Alaska Fish Oil and Guano, was a trading stop for the whaling fleet that operated in the Bering Sea. Alaska Fish Oil and Guano began rendering oil from herring (our bait fish) and salmon which were locally caught and used in foods, medicine and for lubricants. The Guano, which was ground herring, was sold as fertilizer and was mainly used in Hawaii for their pineapple and sugar cane crops.The owner of Whalers' Cove Lodge had received a vessel's log book from the late 1800's which states that the crew of this schooner fished in the exact spot for halibut as we do today. It also mentions about the wealth of herring found around the area which still holds true today and supports our immense resource of all five Pacific Northwest Salmon (King, Coho, Sockeye, Chum and Pink), Halibut and over twenty species of Rockfish including Ling Cod and Red Snappers.

Whalesong Lodge
City: Gustavus
Tel: +1 907 697 2742
Alaska's Glacier Bay is home to our family lodging and adventure destination. Eco-tourist activities include fly fishing, whale watching, kayaking and biking. Halibut and salmon sport fishing is world class.The Whalesong Lodge is located 30 minutes west of Juneau in the temperate rain forest of Gustavus, Alaska. Guests arrive via plane or ferry. We will be happy to help you arrange the part of your Alaskan vacation that includes Glacier Bay National Park.

Whitt's Alaskan Adventures
City: Cantwell
Tel: +1 907 768 2662
Why Whitt's Alaskan Adventures instead of the big guys? Personal attention. Avoid the masses. More time to explore. Be treated as an individual, not a number. Because you are not afraid to do something different and get off the beaten path. Many of our clients have told us they didn't consider themselves Alaska grizzly bearthe type of person who would normally take a tour. That they couldn't picture themselves traveling on a cruise ship with up to 3,900 others. They considered traveling to Alaska as an independent, but didn't know where to start. Then they found us. Whitt's Alaskan Adventures was created for visitors who wanted an escorted tour to Alaska with all the details taken care of, but who have a more independent attitude. We have taken care of all the details for you and are with you every step of the way on your tour. Now that you've found us, it's up to you.

Wild Alaska Adventures
City: Eagle River
Tel: +1 907 696 5800
His adventure provides a unique Sport fishing opportunity for King salmon, Silver salmon, humpies, Rainbow trout, Arctic grayling and more. This is Freshwater fishing at its best combining a four wheeler trail ride through incredible primordial forests, heavy runs of Salmon, private airstrip and trail access, hand built cabins and more. Wildlife including Grizzly bear and black bear are common and frequently seen offering Photo opportunities at every turn.

Wild Creek Resort
City: Willow
Tel: +1 907 495 6343
Alaska outdoor adventures with professional guides. Whether fishing, hunting, rafting or snowmobiling we have the custom tour for you. Willow Creek Resort provides the finest freshwater fishing opportunity in Alaska with king salmon, red, pink and silver salmon, rainbow trout, arctic grayling, dolly varden, and northern pike.

Wilderness Fishing Inc
City: Fairbanks
Tel: +1 907 479 0479
Arctic Grayling Guide Service provides fishing trips in Interior Alaska that are convenient to those visiting Fairbanks and Denali National Park. We offer a wide range of fishing packages both guided and unguided that fit your schedule and budget. The streams we fish offer Arctic Grayling and King, Silver, and Chum salmon.

Wilderness Place Lodge
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 733 2051
Wilderness Place Lodge is a fly in Alaska fishing lodge located on Lake Creek northwest of Anchorage 70 miles by float plane. Our lodge features inclusive packages, deluxe accommodations, world-class fishing, fly fishing lessons, fly tying seminars, wildlife viewing, scenic round-trip float plane service, a 1:1 client-staff ratio, private riverside cabins, personal & professional fishing guides, gourmet cuisine, fine hotel amenities and service, shore breakfast & lunch, and gourmet 5-course meals -- all at highly competitive prices! We offer custom Alaska fishing adventure packages for all native Alaska salmon(king,silver,sockeye,pink & chum) and rainbow trout. Our lodge features some of the finest spin and fly fishing in Alaska, and our pro staff of 13 offers quality, individual service to our 15 guests. The lodge is located on five private acres right on Lake Creek and we are literally minutes from the very best fishing in southcentral Alaska.

Wilkinson Expeditions
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 888 783 4332
Wilkinson Expeditions is a customized backcountry guide service, specializing in wilderness travel for people wanting to explore Alaska's natural environment. When planning wilderness trips we realize that people have different ideas and levels of experience and our goal is to accommodate their interests and curiosities. We plan each trip individually according to the requests of our guests. Our convenient trip planner will help you get started.Traveling in small groups, among friends and family, creates common goals and experiences that can not be duplicated in a large group setting. Our trips are considered to be "soft adventure" in nature so that people of all ages can enjoy the Alaskan wilderness.

Wings of Alaska Airlines
City: Juneau
Tel: +1 907 789 0790
For over 20 years, Wings of Alaska has been providing scheduled and charter flight service to the residents and visitors of Southeast Alaska. Utilizing a fleet comprised of Cessna and deHavilland aircraft, Wings of Alaska flies over 12,000 hours per year. Wings employs 50 year-round employees and hires an additional 35 employees for the busy summer months.Wings of Alaska strives to provide the highest quality of service. This means on-time flights, courteous and professional service, and excellent aircraft maintenance. Our commitment to safety had made Wings a repeated recipient of the Alaska Air Carriers Annual Safety Award.

Wolf Song of Alaska
City: Chugiak
Tel: +1 907 688 9653
This is a private, non-aligned, non-profit corporation committed to accomplishing a new and more tolerant perception of the wolf through familiarization and education. Wolf Song of Alaska provides many education programs including local school programs and visits by the well known educator, "Wolfman/Critterman,". Also, in 1991, Wolf Song of Alaska hosted the exhibit "Wolves & Humans" in Anchorage, Alaska. Wolf Song is also developing a 340-500 acre wolf observation facility located within the Anchorage area. The aims of this facility include a focus on the educational and scientific aspects of the wolf.

Wood River Lodge
City: Dillingham
Tel: +1 800 842 5205
We would like to personally thank you for allowing Wood River Lodge the opportunity of accomodating your Alaskan Fishing Adventure. We pride ourselves on exceeding your expectations. It is our utmost goal to maintain and continually improve our standing as The Exclusive Lodge in Alaska.

Wrangell-St Elias
City: Copper Center
Tel: +1 907 822 5234
The Chugach, Wrangell and St. Elias mountain ranges converge here in what is often referred to as the "mountain kingdom of North America." The largest unit of the National Park System and a day's drive east of Anchorage, this spectacular park includes the continent's largest assemblage of glaciers and the greatest collection of peaks above 16,000 feet. Mount St. Elias, at 18,008 feet, is the second highest peak in the United States.Adjacent to Canada's Kluane National Park, the site is characterized by remote mountains, sweeping valleys, wild rivers, and a variety of wildlife.Proclaimed as Wrangell-St. Elias National Monument Dec. 1, 1978; established as a national park and preserve Dec. 2, 1980. Wilderness designated Dec. 2, 1980. Designated a World Heritage Site Oct. 24, 1979.

Yentna Station Roadhouse
City: Wasilla
Tel: +1 907 733 2746
Alaska's Yentna Station Roadhouse is a semi-remote Alaska salmon fishing lodge, located on the Yentna River, approximately 40 miles from the closest road, and lying along the Iditarod Sled Dog Trail leading into the Alaskan Bush. Although historically known as Yentna Station Roadhouse, We are not on any road. Accessible by a short 30 minute flight by air taxi from Anchorage or also by boat or snow machine depending on the weather. We are happy to arrange the relatively inexpensive flights from Anchorage for you (about $150 pp r/t). Open year round, We provide incredible sport fishing experiences for salmon anglers during the summer months and servicesfor many winter recreational activities, such as snow machining, cross country skiing, and dog mushing during the winter months.

Your Home Away From Home B&B
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 561 0395
Whether traveling on business or pleasure, you will be pleasantly surprised by Your Home Away From Home Bed & Breakfast. Our accommodations are centrally located in Anchorage. Just ten minutes from the airport or downtown and two minutes from the University of Alaska, Alaska Pacific University, and Providence Hospital. Your hosts, Patti and Bob Sundberg, are long-time Alaskans. Since opening the bed & breakfast in 1996, they have enjoyed sharing their many Alaskan experiences with their guests

Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve
City: Fairbanks
Tel: +1 907 547 2233
Located along the Canadian border in central Alaska, the preserve protects 115 miles of the 1,800-mile Yukon River and the entire Charley River basin. Numerous rustic cabins and historic sites are reminders of the importance of the Yukon River during the 1898 gold rush. Paleontological and archeological sites here add much to our knowledge of the environment thousands of years ago. Peregrine falcons nest in the high bluffs overlooking the river, while the rolling hills that make up the preserve are home to an abundant array of wildlife. The Charley, a 100-mile long wild river, is considered by many to be the most spectacular river in Alaska.
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