齐步走123When I arrived in Alaska, it was twenty or thirty degrees below zero, and the snow outside was very beautiful. The zoo is different from zoos in other places. The Alaska Zoo has many Arctic animals to see, and it is open all year round.
泰宁根吴承恩When we went to Alaska to play, it was no longer suitable for diving. We had to enjoy the scenery on the shore. The scenery under the sunset is still very good. It may be crazy to play in Alaska, but it is indeed possible to dive in the summer.
wxx1026It's pretty good. You can see wild black bears and brown bears. They are protected after being injured in the wild. They are surrounded for everyone to visit, as well as some other animals. This is not far from Anchorage, and will pass by after disembarking from Whittier Pier.
Alaska Native Heritage CenterAnchorage,United States
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Arctic Valley Ski AreaAnchorage,United States
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Anchorage Merrill FieldAnchorage,United States
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Alaska Wildlife Conservation CenterAnchorage,United States
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Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Anchorage
May 12, 2021 Anchorage Weather:Clouds, Northeasterly Wind:0-10 kph, Humidity:42%, Sunrise/Sunset:05:23/22:31
April 2021 was my winter highlight this year by far!
Alyeska Ski Resort and its ski slopes are amazingly beautiful. They offer⛷+🏢 stay and ski packages.
The hotel rooms was super clean and cozy🤩.
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Get a room with the ski slope view🏞 and at night you’ll see a tree 🎄which is lit with light that makes it feel like its Christmas 🎅🏽 all year in a winter wonderland.
I absolutely would stay again and see how it is during summer season!
Picked ticket thru Trip.com a month or so early for this trip. Sweet deal! 🤩
Turnagain arm is a beautiful area south of anchorage, where there are beautiful bore tides that you can surft for literally miles and miles, with stunning mountains in the background
Today, I watched a skiing competition, slush cup, a local celebration of spring snowing entertainment. The rules of the game are very simple. 50 contestants are on the stage. The single board and the double board are not limited. They slide down from the snow slope and rush to the two ice puddles. Finally, they can see who can draw the farthest [fangs] can complete two puddles. It can be said that there are very few, and slowly sinking into the ice water is also very successful. Those who use the head or the butt to drop the water first are not bad, and there are several faces that land first. . . Its a real pain to watch. . .
The bright sunshine in the morning always cares about the coastline in the northwest of Tanah Island. The blue sea is full of ripples, and the tides on the shore retreat to the distance. In the pure sea water, the coral reefs connected to each other stretch for dozens of miles, with an elliptical blue water area in between, overlooking the sky, like the pupil of the sea, the magical Tanner Blue Cave.
The mysterious and fantastic blue hole is like a dazzling pearl on the coast of the island, surrounded by beautiful corals. From the pocket-sized Tanner Airport, take the pickup truck all the way north, accompanied by the dust flying along the way, through the quaint paths surrounded by the jungle, and soon you can reach the waters where the blue caves are located.
There are nearly 40 glaciers in Harding Icefield in Kenai Fjord National Park. This time I watched the Exit Glacier. If you have people in your class who are not suitable for high-intensity mountain climbing, it is recommended to take a look at the Glacier Viewpoints at the bottom to see the glacier. Walked almost 10 minutes from the visitor center.
Don't look at the Harding Icefield Trail, which has a total of only 4.1 mile. Considering the steepness, you need to return to the top after climbing to the top. It takes about 8 hours to go back and forth. Climbing this trail will have a lot of angles to see the Exit Glacier, and you can see a large glacier after climbing to the top.
When the walk came, the weather was not very good, it was rainy. Visibility is not very far. Be careful to keep warm, and the more you climb, the more you feel cold. Fortunately, the blue of the glacier is enough to make people intoxicated, but it is also a reward.