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We had a little bit of time prior to flying out of Anchorage and decided to see the park to walk since we would be sitting a lot in a few hours. It was a nice day, the trails are paved and it explains about...More
This park was recommended to us by more than one person saying it offered a good view of downtown Anchorage across Cook’s Inlet while providing the best opportunity to possibly see moose up close and personal. Sadly, we didn’t see any in the eavily wooded...More
Our last day in Anchorage brought us here to walk the trail. Half way into the hike we spotted 2 moose out by the water. As we got closer on trail they left the water and walked right in front of us so that was...More
Earthquake Park mixes two of my favorite things - history and walking. I heard about this park during a tour and decided to check it out myself. The park allows for self-guided touring with history placards along the way, and is also intertwined with Tony...More
I parked at the easternmost lot off of the main road (Northern Lights Blvd, I think). That is where the storyboards are which briefly explain the impact of the 1964 quake on the area. I walked about 2 miles west to Point Woronzof, then back...More
We arrive September 16 and be part of September 29 and in all that time we never saw Dinali because of the clouds. Walking to the viewpoint I saw at least half to 3/4 of it above the cloud line on September 27 it was...More
We saw a video about this before we visited. Might not be that interesting without that context, but it's really quite a story. We hear a lot about people who lose their homes from natural disaster but these people lost their homes and their land.