For everyone: Iconic Alaska food favorites, reinvented

When you think about food in the 49th state, you might think about wild game, fresh fish, traditional Alaska Native favorites or tundra staples like Sailor Boy pilot bread. But for those living with food allergies, blood-sugar issues and other conditions, Alaska...
24 hours in Homer

24 hours in Homer

Homer’s many names describe it well: The Halibut Fishing Capital of the World. The End of the Road. The Cosmic Hamlet by the Sea. Wrapped up in Kachemak Bay and the Kenai Mountains at the terminus of the Sterling Highway, it’s a place where otters bob between boats in...
24 hours in Ketchikan

24 hours in Ketchikan

Photos and story by Bailey Berg Anchored to the banks of the Revillagigedo Island, Ketchikan has lured visitors in as regularly as the spawning salmon that swim up Ketchikan Creek each summer.    With cultural authenticity, historic charm and unspoiled wilderness just...
24 hours in Yakutat

24 hours in Yakutat

The largest city in the country is home to some 600 people: Welcome to Yakutat, a study in contrasts. Tucked into a vast Southeast Alaska wilderness at the northern edge of Tongass National Forest, the community is strikingly remote. Served by daily flights and summer...
Welcome to the Kasaan Whale House

Welcome to the Kasaan Whale House

Drumbeats resound through the forest as I make my way along the Kasaan Totem Trail to the Whale House. The Haida singers’ voices, rhythmic and strong, fill the trees. The easy trail is wide and flat, and soon there is a view of the beach through the forest fringe. I...