In the heartland of Alaska, you’ll find some of the state’s most impressive natural wonders and a wealth of culture and history. The Yukon River courses nearly 2,000 miles across Interior Alaska. Mt. McKinley, the highest mountain in North America, is surrounded by Denali National Park and Preserve. This area boasts spectacular mountain vistas, berry-laden tundra and an abundance of wildlife including caribou, moose, Dall sheep and grizzly bear. In the heart of the region is Fairbanks, Alaska’s second largest city. Born out of the gold rush era, historical opportunities transport you back to a rustic Alaska filled with colorful facts and fiction. The Athabascan Indian culture of Interior Alaska is rich with tradition as seen in their music, dance and beautiful beadwork. Summer brings up to 20 hours of daylight and winter one of the best locations on earth for viewing the Northern Lights.
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