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Natural attractions in Anchorage

Water Body
Cook Inlet , Anchorage
4.8
CITC stands for Cook Inlet Tribal Council. But more than that, CITC stands for people, partnership, and potential. Our mission is to work in
Tours from $129
Water Body
Lake Eklutna , Anchorage
4.8
Forest
Chugach State Park , Girdwood
4.8
Chugach State Park covers 495,204 acres immediately east of the Anchorage Bowl in south-central Alaska. Though primarily in the Municipality
Tours from $115
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4.7
Duration: 1 hour
Hop aboard a red trolley in downtown Anchorage in front of the Visitor Information Center. Trolleys leave every hour, giving you some flexibility in your sightseeing schedule. The trolley covers 15 miles over the course of an hour.Pass through the city’s historic neighborhoods as your guide points out interesting trivia. Watch seaplanes make splash landings on Lake Hood and Lake Spenard, & travel through Earthquake Park to see the damages caused by one of the most powerful recorded earthquakes in North American history.You'll also see the historic Alaska Railroad, Westchester Lagoon and maybe even some crossing moose. Your tour ends back at the departure point. Make use of your complimentary coupon book when you explore Anchorage on your own!
Book on Viator from $25
Geologic Formation
Portage Glacier , Girdwood
4.6
Portage Glacier once covered the entire valley. When the glacier retreated, lush greenery and a clear lake were left behind. Head to the Begi
Tours from $69
Mountain
Alyeska Ski Area , Girdwood
4.5
Tours from $299

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Anchorage hotels increase room rates during the height of the tourist season, but you can visit the area economically any time of year by choosing a budget-friendly bed and breakfast or small inn. The city's downtown area contains the priciest rooms; most are offered by chain hotels. You can find less expensive rooms at a cluster of hotels located in Midtown, a largely commercial neighborhood with a good selection of restaurants and shops.
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