Founded in 1914 during the construction of the Alaska Railroad, today Anchorage is the state’s most populous city. and home to more than 40 percent of its population.Wedged between 5,000-foot peaks, It’s a home base for skiers, hikers, and wildlife lovers, and a gateway to some of the most breathtaking wilderness in the world. Outdoor enthusiasts can explore the Chugach National Forest or visit one of 60 glaciers in just a short drive. The 15,000-foot Kincaid Park is a hotspot for outdoor sports and offers panoramic views of Denali and the vast Cook Inlet. Visitors can learn more about the local culture and indigenous peoples at the Alaska Native Heritage Center. Or if they haven’t caught a glimpse of a bear or moose while traversing through the city, a trip to the Alaska Zoo is a good way to learn about the local wildlife.
In Anchorage you will find some beautiful attractions that you just cannot miss! Places like Tony Knowles Coastal Trail, Tour The Alaska Heritage Museum, and Portage Glacier Tour and many more. Continue scrolling to know more.