Juneau Alaska is a destination that many people will never forget. Its vast wilderness, stunning landscapes, and spirit of adventure make it a must-see for all travelers.

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Denali National Park and Preserve Alaska is the only U.S. state capital without road access. Juneau can only be reached by plane or boat.

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Husky Homestead: Denali National Park Denali National Park and Preserve was established in 1917 as a National Park. It is home to 6,000,000 acres of wilderness, as well as Mount Denali, the highest mountain in North America.

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Kenai Peninsula The Kenai Peninsula, also known as "Alaska’s Playground", is located 150 miles southwest of Anchorage's Chugach Mountains.

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Fairbanks Fairbanks is also known as the "Golden Heart of Alaska" because it's one of the best places to see the northern lights.

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See the northern lights Alaska is widely regarded as the best place on Earth to view the aurora borealis. It's not surprising that people travel from all corners of the globe to visit it.

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Chena Hot Springs Resort The Chena Hot Springs Resort, located approximately 60 miles northeast from Fairbanks is well-known for its natural hotsprings, outdoor rock lake and year-round Aurora Ice Museum.

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Aurora Ice Museum: Chena Hot Springs Resort It also offers excellent aurora-viewing opportunities.

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