Our staffer Michelle explored Alaska on our Denali National Park & Wild Alaska Cruise tour last summer and captured some incredible moments. Take a little trip from the comfort of your couch, and check out her photo diary from her adventures exploring the “Last Frontier” by land and sea.
The trip begins with a train ride from Anchorage to Denali National Park—and some of the most incredible mountain views.
Here's me and some of my group members taking advantage of just one of many amazing photo ops.
Denali is probably Alaska's most famous national park, but there are eight total in the state, and millions of acres of protected land. This is Tongass National Forest, just one of the stops on tour, where you can spot mountains alongside glaciers!
Here's us taking a well-deserved break after a day of exploring Denali National Park.
We hopped aboard our Alaska cruise in Seward and traveled by boat down the Kenai Fjords. The region is known for its incredible wildlife and...
The Hubbard Glacier. It's North America's largest tidewater glacier—over 76 miles long! It's hard to capture how big it is in pictures, but it was really amazing to see up close.
Alaska was such a fun trip—I might still be imagining that this is me right now.