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Anchorage, AK 99515
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Independent Lift Truck Of Alaska Inc.
  • • Lift Truck Sales, Service & Parts
  • • Tractor Repairs & Services
  • • Lifts & Scaffolding Sales
(907) 344-3383
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Glacier BrewHouse
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  • • Alaskan Salmon B.L.T.
  • • Wood Grilled & Rotisserie
(907) 274-2739
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Club Paris
  • • Alaskan Seafood, Halibut & Red King Crab
  • • Daily Specials
  • • Escargot, Beer Battered Halibut Fingers, Cajun Mushrooms, Or Try The Combo Platter
(907) 277-6332
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Dirtworks, Inc.
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  • • RV & Boat Storage
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(907) 745-3671
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Things To Do in Anchorage, AK

Alaska Railroad Corporation Alaska Railroad Corporation

The Alaska Railroad Corporation is a great starting point for your journey. Alaska Railroad is the most scenic way to enjoy the 500 miles that stretch from Seward to Fairbanks up north. Buy your tickets for pre-planned tours or maybe customize your trip through your travel agent. Either way, before you get on board, check out the historic photos and other attractions and artifacts that are on display in the Depot. And don't forget to get a look outside at an authentic totem pole and a locomotive built in 1907.

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Eagle River Eagle River

Kayaking is always a challenging sport, but the adventure gets taken to the next level when you take on the Eagle River. The river offers challenging runs in its lower section or across the glacier-fed Eklutna Lake, which features strong currents that will test your command of the kayak even further.

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The Alaska Zoo The Alaska Zoo

When you visit Alaska, the wildlife will seem like it's everywhere! To familiarize yourself with your new surroundings, a visit to the Alaska Zoo might be in order. You'll marvel at the incredible diversity of creatures as well as how accurately they represent the animals you might encounter as you spend time in the state. The large viewing area features such popular zoo inhabitants as caribou, moose and Dall sheep grazing along together. Also, one of the zoo's most dramatic attractions is the 25-acre bear habitat where you'll see black bears, glacier bears, and brown bears, also known as grizzlies. Some of the zoo's other more notable inhabitants include a few camels, a Siberian tiger and an elephant that has the distinction of being the only one in the entire state!

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