Denali's National Park – slightly larger than the entire state of Massachusetts
and teeming with all kinds of wildlife – consistently ranks as Alaska's
most popular destination.
This charming small town, home to narrow roadways lined with log cabins, has played host to
thousands of visitors who come to climb Mt. McKinley, North America's highest peak.
Dubbed "Alaska's Golden Heart," Fairbanks is located just 200 miles south of the
Artic Circle. Highlights include the opportunity to pan for gold and cruise
the Chena River.