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Pearson's Pond Luxury Inn and Adventure Spa
City: Juneau
Tel: +1 907 789 3772
Juneau Alaska's Pearson's Pond Luxury B&B Inn and Adventure Spa was rated a Top Most Romantic Hotel Destinations in the World by With its elegance, full complement of amenities, services, and setting, it is the perfect lodging accommodation and destination for Adventure Travel & spa vacations, business travel, weddings, honeymoons and romantic getaways. Within walking or biking distance to Mendenhall Glacier and favorite recreational trail areas. Pearson Pond's award winning bed and breakfast inn is just minutes to historic downtown, airport, ferry, harbors, launching points for fishing, flight seeing, glacier helicopter trips, kayaking, rafting, canoeing. Enjoy a spectacular setting on a small private lake with trails, wildlife, garden fountains, hot tubs, boats, mountain biking, hiking, campfire, yoga and seasonal ice skating and skiing. An unstructured spa and yoga retreat program lets you relax in comfort, luxury and style.

Peninsula Airways Inc
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 243 2485
PenAir is the largest commuter airline in Alaska, providing scheduled service to 36 communities throughout Southwest Alaska. In addition to scheduled passenger service, PenAir provides cargo shipping, PenPak small package express, mail delivery and charter service throughout Alaska, Canada and the United States.PenAir operates 35 aircraft. The fleet is made up of the following types

Peters Creek Bed & Breakfast
City: Chugiak
Tel: +1 907 688 3465
Our Bed & Breakfast has just the perfect room for your comfort and enjoyment whether you are traveling alone, with another, a family or group. All rooms are furnished with cable TV, VCR, refrigerator, robes, slippers and hairdryers. Freezer space is available. No smoking or alcoholic beverages please.

Pioneer Ridge B&B
City: Wasilla
Tel: +1 907 376 7472
Originally homesteaded by A.J. Swanson in the early 1900's, this land was purchased by the Federal Government to be included in Roosevelt's New Deal Colony Settlement.Johan Johnson drew the farm in the colony lottery in 1935. The farm was used for hay and small crops. In the late 60's the farm was converted and used as one of the Valley's prized Dairy Farms.In 1955, Bob and Merlie McCombs purchased the farm. Along with Joe and Myrtle Giaslson they operated the dairy, housing approximately 100 head, for about 6 years.The bed and breakfast is in fact the old dairy barn. In 1986 the farm and barn was transformed into an Inn by Don Tanner, otherwise known as Yukon Don. The inn operated under the name Yukon Don's BandB Inn for 16 years.In 2001, the Inn was purchased by Ellen Kane and Leny and Shannon Cullip (your hosts). The name was changed to honor the original settlers and the outstanding view of Pioneer Peak.

Planet Anchorage Bed and Breakfast
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 279 6559
Enjoy JoAnna's hearty breakfasts served in a very cool fifties house just five minutes from downtown hotspots at Planet Anchorage Bed & Breakfast. What could be better than reindeer sausage and eggs, blueberry muffins, fruit and a strong cup of java? Well, besides a quiet rest you can go flightseeing or rafting because at the prices I've set you can afford to take those groovy side trips...the ones that make it all worthwhile! I hope to have you stay with us while traveling on your next Alaskan vacation.

Poppy Seed Bed & Breakfast
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 344 2286
We offer friendly hospitality, comfy beds, scrumptious continental breakfasts and tourist information in a quiet neighborhood surrounded by shopping centers, RV rentals, Taku Lake Park, Campbell Creek Park, city bus access and bike trails to everywhere! Our guests share "guest only" living room and dining area. kitchen, bath, and phone. Plus freezer, laundy facilities, and storage for gear. 15 minutes to the Airport or Downtown. Open Year-Round!

Pratt Museum
City: Homer
Tel: +1 907 235 8635
The Pratt Museum is located in Homer, Alaska, on the shores of Kachemak Bay, approximately 200 miles south of Anchorage, on the Kenai Peninsula. Kachemak Bay, located on the southeast part of Cook Inlet, is circled by mountains, glaciers, and active volcanoes. The region's four national parks, five national wildlife refuges, state parks and critical habitat areas support a diversity of wildlife from seabirds and sea lions to brown bears and the endangered humpback whale. Kachemak Bay is the largest of 23 sites in the National Estuarine Research Reserve System (NERRS) in the nation, and the only one in Alaska. The Pratt Museum is the only natural history museum in the 25,600-square-mile area of the Kenai Peninsula. It serves a regional population of over 40,000 and hosts around 30,000 visitors each year. Indoor exhibits focus on art, natural history, native cultures, homesteading, fishing, marine ecology and the Exxon Valdez oil spill. Additional attractions are Alaskan wildlife dioramas, salt-water aquaria and a fine Museum store. Outdoor exhibits include the historic Harrington homestead cabin with period furnishings, botanical garden, and forest nature trail, enlivened by summer and permanent art installations.

Prince William Sound Books
City: Valdez
Tel: +1 907 835 5175
Prince William Sound with its 3,000 miles of shoreline is surrounded by the Chugach Mountains to the east, west and north. Fifty-mile long Montague Island and several smaller islands form natural breakwaters between the Sound and the Gulf of Alaska. Between the barrier islands stretch underwater sills separating the Sound's deep waters from the much shallower waters of the Gulf. Deep water renewal occurs during the winter when cold winds from interior Alaska cool the surface waters causing them to sink, while the warmer bottom water rises to the surface bringing rich nutrients which support huge plankton blooms in the spring.Millions of years of glaciation gradually carved away a coastal plateau creating the sound with its many tributary fiords and passageways, islands and rocky shores. Fewer than 10,000 people live in the three towns-Whittier, Valdez, and Cordova- and two native villages-Chenega and Tatitlek situated on the shores of the Sound. Because the Sound was formed by millions of years of glaciation, its shorelines are heavily indented by deep fiords and many smaller bays. No roads connect these communities.

Prince William Sound Lodge
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 440 0909
A true Alaskan experience for any adventurer, outdoorsman, fisherman, gourmet, photographer, birdwatcher, and more. Stunning scenery, seaplane rides, halibut and salmon fishing, gourmet meals, glacier tours, a historic mining town, native Aleut villages, lush rain forests, and wildlife are among the many attractions at Prince William Sound Lodge.

Pybus Point Lodge
City: Juneau
Tel: +1 907 790 4866
Pybus Point Lodge on Admiralty Island is a Sportsman's Paradise. Salmon and halibut are plentiful in the depths surrounding the beautiful mountain peaks of this Alaskan wilderness. Come enjoy the sight of a whale as it sounds near your boat. Watch the eagles soar overhead as you lounge by the evening fire. You can't help but relax in the tranquility of the Pybus Point Lodge Experience.

Qupqugiaq Inn
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 563 5633
A great lodging choice while in Anchorage, Qupqugiaq Inn has twenty-three rooms. Six rooms (brand new) have private bathrooms and other amenities. The other seventeen rooms have shared bathrooms. All are private rooms with satellite TV. Housed in a unique, popular community center, this is a great place to get oriented when coming to Alaska. Downstairs is a cafe and restaurant, meeting place and school.You will notice the unusual architectural features of the building. Every time we remodel, we build with curves, not lines, using natural materials such as wood and tile. The stone that you can see on the counter in the above picture, for example, is from a mine in Hatcher's Pass, Alaska.

Rainbow Bend
City: King Salmon
Tel: +1 907 246 1500
For a natural experience unequaled anywhere, visit Rainbow Bend in Alaska's Southwest. It is a land of secrets waiting to be uncovered; where real adventure awaits around every bend in the river. Despite its apparent remoteness, Alaska's Southwest is very accessible. Scheduled jet service whisks you from Anchorage to the town of King Salmon. Upon your arrival, we will greet you at the airport and take you to your riverfront cabin by boat, where your adventure in Bristol Bay begins!

Rainbow Mountain Adventures
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 800 999 8566
Rainbow Mountain Adventure Travel offers comprehensive, flexible, affordable tours for the Independent Traveler. The trail still leads North to adventure. Enjoy wildlife viewing, Kenai Fjords National Park, Denali National Park, flight-see Mt. Mckinley, enjoy river rafting, a dog sled ride, gold panning, Northern Lights presentation, Mountain Climbing show, ride a tram, explore historic ghost towns, experience unique Alaskan Dining, Alaska Native Culture, stay in Historic B&B's, log cabins or lodges (all with private bath) independent affordable travel, customized to fit within your budget, interests and schedule

Rainbow Wilderness Lodge
City: Fairbanks
Tel: +1 907 458 8517
Rainbow Wilderness Lodge rests gracefully on the banks of a remote high mountain lake, located in the world famous Iliamna area of southwest Alaska. We own and operate our own private aircraft , which we use to access all of Bristol Bay. This includes Katmai national park and the remote Alaskan Penninsula. I hope you will consider coming and joining us this summer for a week of fantastic fishing and some real Alaskan hospitality.

Raspberry Meadows
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 278 9275
Founded in 1988, this historic exclusive downtown bed and breakfast is walking distance to all downtown shops, hotels, and tourist attractions; to Denali park tennis courts, to duck watching at Westchester Lagoon; to biking on the coastal ocean trail; and to viewing wild flowers and mountain sunsets. Formerly owned by the attorney general, this stately home - nestled behind tall spruce trees with wild flowers, raspberries, and an occasional moose - is a rare find for secluded downtown living. Built in 1958 it withstood the Great Earthquake of 1964. In 1988 nationally renowned architect Roger Dalrymple added the solar addition, and in 1998 Crittenden and Crombie added Grandpa's unique handicapped sunroom. We are a healthy smoke-free home.The two Garden suites have private entrances, kitchenettes fully equipped with breakfast provisions for a healthy continental breakfast, color TV, phone, and adjacent laundry facilities. The larger Executive suite features two separate bedrooms, a full living room, private bath, country kitchen, and comfortably accommodates up to 6 guests. The Studio suite features a queen bed and a fold-out queen futon, fireplace, kitchenette, private bath, and easily accommodates parties of 4. All suites are pet free to accommodate guests with allergies.The private room in the B&B is furnished with antiques, color TV, phone, shared bath, and quiet privacy for the busy traveler; a hearty continental breakfast is provided in the breakfast nook or picnic area. The main house is the only pet-friendly area where we have a shy old matronly singing cat, "Chunkers."

RdM Pilot/Guide and Alaska Seaplane Tours
City: Ketchikan
Tel: +1 907 225 1974
Our Misty Fjords Seaplane Tour (also spelled Misty Fiords) travels through one of nature's finest masterpieces. It is both an inspirational and educational experience of glacier carved fjords and Alaska wildlife. Come along with us on an Alaskan Adventure Tour - The Misty Fjords Explorer!For the ultimate Alaska Seaplane Tour, hop on board for Bear Viewing in Ketchikan. We offer the finest Alaska Bear Viewing tours to both Prince of Wales Island and Fish Creek Wildlife Observatory. We offer Ketchikan Bear Tours that no other operator does, our exclusive P.O.W. Bear Tour is our most popular tour and unrivaled in don't want to miss this one!

Redfish Lodge
City: Sterling
Tel: +1 907 348 8388
Redfish Lodge welcomes you to Alaska's Kenai River with comfort and warm hospitality.All Cabins at Redfish Lodge were constructed in 1999-2000. Equipped with modern features and amenities, we hope your stay is comfortable and relaxing. Our staff looks forward to making you feel right at home at Redfish Lodge.All fifteen cabins are located just above the riverfront and are situated in a beautifully natural, landscaped, park-like setting.Picnic tables, lawn chairs, and outdoor charcoal BBQs accent the setting for your enjoyment.All cabins are equipped with either two queen-size beds, one queen-size bed and full-size futon sofa/bed, or a queen-size bed with a twin-size sleeper sofa. A shower in the bathroom plus a kitchenette sink and counter make cleanups easy. A dining table, television, mini fridge, microwave oven, coffee maker and other nice touches will make your stay at Redfish Lodge as pleasant as possible.

Redoubt Mountain Lodge LLc
City: North Plains
Tel: +1 907 733 3034
Just a 45-minute flight from Kenai, Alaska, Redoubt Mountain Lodge is located on beautiful Crescent Lake in the heart of the Chigmit Mountains in the Northern Aleutian Range. The Bureau of Land Management originally owned the fishing lodge. In 1960, the 5 acres were staked and deeded as a trade and manufacturing site to a Homer Alaska family who built the original log cabin.The BLM land surrounding the lodge was designated Lake Clark National Park by President Carter in the early 80's. In 1980, an air taxi owner and guide purchased the property. He built and ran Redoubt as a fishing lodge for a number of years. In 1991, Harold Nye purchased the fishing lodge and continued operations until 1995 when it became a private retreat.Eric and Shan Johnson, owners of Northwoods Lodge on the Yentna River, secured an option on the property. Wayne and Jeanie Holm became partners and the lodge was purchased in July 2000. The lodge was closed in 2000 while upgrades and renovations were being made. Now we have a premier wilderness facility to offer, and one of the best fly-in fishing lodges that will provide you with an unforgettable fishing experience.

Redoubt Mountain Lodge LLc
City: North Plains
Tel: +1 907 733 3034
Located in the heart of Lake Clark National Park on beautiful Crescent Lake, Redoubt Mountain Lodge is an exclusive fly-in only adventure and fishing lodge with all the comforts of home. Fully renovated in 2000, the lodge is a premier wilderness facility that offers comfortable lodging and many exciting opportunities.

Reel Wilderness Adventures Inc
City: Dillingham
Tel: +1 800 726 8323
Reel Wilderness Adventures is owned and operated by dedicated fly fishers specifically for fly fishers that want to experience the best in Alaska wilderness fly fishing. We offer you a fully guided world-class wilderness fly fishing adventure for five

Riddle's Fishing Lodge
City: Kenai
Tel: +1 907 283 5853
We will take you on an adventure-filled fishing trip on the Kenai or Kasilof rivers with licensed, experienced guides in power or drift boats.With four species of wild salmon and two runs of each, the famous Kenai River is prime from May through September.July, August and September are also great for Rainbow Trout and Dolly Varden.We also offer guided remote fly-out trips to fish an endless variety of remote lakes, streams and rivers for all species found throughout Alaska. Bear viewing trips are also available.

Rika's Roadhouse & Landing
City: Delta Jct
Tel: +1 907 895 4201
In this State Park, many visitors enjoy stepping back to pioneer time in Rika's Roadhouse and surrounding historical buildings. Other features include a restaurant and roadhouse gift shop. The Interior offers beauty, serenity and unique Alaskan attractions.

River Crest Manor Bed and Breakfast
City: Palmer
Tel: +1 907 746 6214
A gracious and inviting colonial style Bed & Breakfast (B&B) with all the charm, comfort and hospitality you desire. Located just five minutes from historic Palmer, Alaska, and 45 minutes from higher priced Anchorage hotel, motel and other lodging and accommodations - the Bed and Breakfast (B&B) at River Crest Manor is flanked by majestic mountains and a breathtaking Alaskan river valley. A relaxing front porch and summer gardens will welcome you to our bed & breakfast.Just a mile from the charming farm community of Palmer, Alaska and an easy 45 minute drive from Anchorage, our Bed and Breakfast (B&B) at River Crest Manor, is perfectly situated only minutes from several Alaska historic and popular outdoor recreation areas including Hatcher (Hatchers) Pass. It's also only a short days drive to Denali National Park/Mt. McKinley from our Bed and Breakfast (B&B) at River Crest Manor.Offering exceptional Alaska accommodations and lodging that are brimming with comfort and luxury, we truly are your 45 minute alternative to those expensive Anchorage Alaska hotel, motel, Bed and Breakfast (B&B), and other accommodations and lodging.

Ron's Riverboat Service
City: Willow
Tel: +1 907 495 7700
Your experienced guide will take you on a beautiful scenic trip to some of the finest fishing areas in Alaska. The rugged grandeur of the surroundings will make this a trip you will not soon forget! We supply poles,tackle, bait (when needed), and fish cleaning. For those who are less experienced, I will be glad to assist you with hints and suggestions to improve your fishing productivity.With Ron's Riverboat Service you can enjoy fishing charters, float trips, fly fishing, scenic jet boat river tours, our RV Park and camping all on the Susitna Drainage in South Central Alaska. Relax and enjoy the sights and sounds of Alaska's beautiful rivers, wilderness and wildlife. We often see moose, bald eagles and occasionally bears, along the river. And there is always great scenery.

Room with a View Bed and Breakfast
City: Homer
Tel: +1 907 235 3706

Rose Ridge Bed & Breakfast
City: Palmer
Tel: +1 907 745 8604
This in-home bed and breakfast is situated on fifteen quiet, wooded acres at the base of Hatcher Pass near Palmer. The guest rooms are spacious, comfortable and private. Guests have their choice of a complimentary continental or full breakfast. Our menus promote homegrown and Alaskan items to include raspberry, blueberry, or strawberry jam made fresh by Diane from local berries. The reindeer sausage is very popular.The continental breakfast offers a variety of items that include fresh fruit, muffins, cinnamon rolls, coffee cake, hot and cold cereal, and beverages.Our full breakfast is a hearty home cooked meal. A sample full breakfast would be Reindeer sausage, Blueberry pancakes with birch syrup or Alaskan wildflower honey, scrambled eggs, cantaloupe and honeydew melon, coffee and fruit juice.Breakfast is served in the dining room from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. The full breakfast is prepared from a varied menu in the dining room at 8 a.m. We will do our best to accommodate those with special dietary needs.

Sacks Cafe
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 274 4022
Serving eclectic New American Cuisine featuring fresh Alaskan seafood, pastas, unique sandwiches and salads.

Sagaya Corporation
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 561 5173
Since 1973, New Sagaya's Markets have offered the finest in fresh Alaskan Seafood, ethnic cuisine, specialty foods, gourmet grocery, fresh produce, and choice meats. Today, customers shop New Sagaya's Markets for all those hard-to-find foods to create the perfect dish.Our new and improved website makes it easier than ever to shop online and to keep informed about our great in-store specials. Visit our site to order Alaska Seafood Online, ship Alaska Seafood Gift Boxes to your friends and family, or check out our great specials on seafood, produce, Harris Ranch Beef, gourmet grocery and other specialty foods.Whether you shop online or visit our stores, New Sagaya's Markets welcomes you to our unique shopping experience.

Sally's Kitchen Bed and Breakfast
City: Juneau
Tel: +1 907 321 4018
Sally's Kitchen Bed and Breakfast offers comfortable "homey" rooms with a secluded atmosphere, yet you are only a short walk from downtown Juneau. Enjoy a quiet, spacious bedroom and private bath, then head downstairs for a traditional, heart-warming breakfast.While eating Sally's famous Sourdough Blueberry Pancakes or Alaska Shrimp Quiche, enjoy a delightful scene through the window of classic downtown Juneau framed by Sitka Spruce. Sally and her sister, Loraine Roberts, combine their smiles and oven-magic to create a welcoming atmosphere and a memorable stay. While staying at Sally's in Juneau you will get the feel of what the city is about. There are many treasures located in this, the largest capital city area-wise, including mining ruins, the Governor's Mansion, the Alaska State Museum, the Juneau City Museum, the Shrine of St. Terese, and many others. It is bustling in the summer, with tour ships, ferry boats, airplanes and visitors creating an exciting place to spend a vacation. Experience the history of this city, including the Capitol building, which has housed Alaska's legislature for almost 100 years, and the community of Douglas, once the largest city in Alaska during the gold mining days.

Sallys Bed and Breakfast
City: Juneau
Tel: +1 907 780 4708
Your home away from home while in Juneau, Alaska. Whether your trip to Juneau is for business or pleasure, Sally's Bed and Breakfast has lodging options for the independent traveler seeking privacy and a convenient location.

Sand Lake Bed and Breakfast
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 248 4485
Sand Lake Bed and Breakfast is a non-smoking home featuring a two story entry, formal living room with soaring ceilings, hardwood floors, tiled front and rear entry, and berber carpeting in the bedrooms.We have three bedrooms available. The Canal Suite offers a jaccuzzi tub, sauna, and a view of the canal. The other two bedrooms are standard size and share a common bath.The centrally located open kitchen leads to a back deck where you can enjoy the view of the canal, float planes and wildlife.

Schwager Haus B&B
City: Willo
Tel: +1 907 495 1283
We offer a lodging and dining experience in casual elegance at our lakeside bed & breakfast near Willow Alaska. Schwager Haus B&B is an evolving, unique (we think) lodging experience. We are located 20 minuted from the Deshka landing site of some of the best inland Salmon fishing in the state. We are on a 40 acre parcel with lake frontage and access to our lake for padle boating, simming and the like.

Seldovia Rowing Club Inn
City: Seldovia
Tel: +1 907 234 7614
Majestic mountain peaks and crystal clear waters serve as the scenery at this bed & breakfast, the first in south central Alaska. The home is located on the historic Seldovia boardwalk, just steps from the water. There are two guest suites; each affords a water view. A full breakfast is delivered to your room. Innkeeper Susan Mumma has been welcoming guests for nearly 20 years. Seldovia offers many attractions, including fishing, mountain biking, hiking, kayaking or just enjoy the amazing scenery.

Seven Gables B&B
City: Eagle River
Tel: +1 907 694 7770
Eagle River, located just a short drive from Anchorage, is a quiet community. Seven Gables is nestled in the Eagle River valley on over four acres of birch and spruce trees. Local activities include the Eagle River visitors center, rafting on the river and many hiking trails. Each room features it's own private bathroom . Color television located in each room with over 40 satellite channels. There is a large deck for your evening relaxation. Located in the common area is a kitchenette with sink, refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker. Also, a laundry facility is available for your convenience.

Shady Acres Bed & Breakfast
City: Wasilla
Tel: +1 907 376 3113
Welcome to Shady Acres Bed & Breakfast located in a quiet secluded area near downtown Wasilla, just off the Parks Highway. Only an hour's drive north of Anchorage our accommodations are centrally located convenient to all visitor attractions and activities in the Palmer and Wasilla area. Shady Acres B&B is open year around with a warm, cheerful home-style atmosphere. A hot, home-cooked breakfast is served in the dining room each morning. Enjoy fresh bread, eggs from our own chickens, fruit and other side dishes. Our two main floor guest rooms feature private baths and king or extra long single beds. The B&B is handicap accessible with large decks, a wheelchair ramp, spacious roll-in showers, and other amenities. Smoke free lodging.

Sheraton Anchorage Hotel
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 276 8700
In the heart of the Last Frontier, minutes from the hustle and bustle of downtown Anchorage overlooking Cook Inlet with a backdrop of the Chugach Mountains you'll find the Sheraton Anchorage Hotel close to shops, galleries, restaurants, theatrs, government offices, convention centers, and the coastal trail.An Alaska hotel known throughout the world for exceptional accommodations, unparalleled service and distinctive style.The Sheraton Anchorage Hotel: an Alaskan paradise for the occasional tourist, frontier oasis for the business traveler.

Silver Salmon Creek Lodge
City: Soldotna
Tel: +1 907 262 4839
As the owner of Silver Salmon Creek Lodge, I'd like to share a little of my back-ground and welcome you to browse through our web site. I came to Alaska at age 2, in 1953, my parents being school teachers in the Lake Clark/Lake Iliamna area. My first memories in life revolved around playing outdoors and witnessing scenes of abundant fishing, hunting, and boating in Alaska's wild " bush," where we lived in a log cabin, packed our own water, and enjoyed a robust and rewarding lifestyle.Later, after my father was lost in a plane crash, we moved to the Kenai Peninsula, where I graduated from high school. Psychology was my subject of interest in college, which I studied at the University of Alaska at Fairbanks. After working several years at a group home for troubled adolescents, I decided there was no better way to blend my love for the outdoors and still work with people than by establishing a wilderness facility where I could appreciate both.

Sitka National Historical Park
City: Sitka
Tel: +1 907 747 0110
Alaska's oldest federally designated park was established in 1910 to commemorate the 1804 Battle of Sitka. All that remains of this last major conflict between Europeans and Alaska Natives is the site of the Tlingit Fort and battlefield, located within this scenic 113 acre park in a temperate rain forest.Southeast Alaska totem poles and a temperate rain forest setting combine to provide spectacular scenery along the park's coastal trail. The trail circles back along Indian River to the visitor center. Another loop trail continues across the Indian River footbridge past the Memorial to the Russian Midshipmen who died in the Battle of Sitka.The park's story continues at the Russian Bishop's House, one of the last surviving examples of Russian colonial architecture in North America. This original 1843 log structure conveys the legacy of Russian America through exhibits, refurbished Bishop's living quarters and lavish icons in the Chapel of the Annunciation.

Sky Trekking Alaska
City: Wasilla
Tel: +1 907 357 3153
A private air expedition across a section of Alaska, hosted by a pilot/guide that knows and shares extensive knowledge about the state. The aircraft is reserved exclusively for your party, and the guide is taking care of everything as would a concierge.Your means of access is a float, ski or amphibious aircraft. Small parties (two to six people in each plane) are flown and guided from point-to-point. We specialize in hosting families and small groups ranging in size from one to ten people. Flights times are kept reasonable so that more time can be spent on location, pursuing activities. Itineraries are arranged but since Treks are private expeditions, there is lots of flexibility to explore and discover Alaska.We secure the finest accommodations available, at lodges in wilderness areas or B&B's in civilized areas, and plan catered meals so you will be comfortable and satisfied. These are carefully planned trips, where all of the details are taken care of and delivered for you. When a guest participates on a Sky Trek they can relax and be assured their transportation, meals, lodging and interesting activities are pre-arranged and will be delivered at the highest level of quality possible at an inclusive price.

Snoozin' Moose Inn
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 345 5382
Welcome to Anchorage, Alaska's Snoozin' Moose Inn. You're sure to enjoy all the comforts of home in our private bed & breakfast suite. Secluded, yet not remote, The Snoozin' Moose Inn is a cozy retreat nestled amongst boreal spruce, birch, alder and cottonwood trees, on a two-acre site adjoining one hundred acres of wilderness park land. >From our long summer days to the famous Northern Lights of winter, our forested location allows guests a unique opportunity to enjoy the beauty of Alaska's changing seasons. A stunning view of the Chugach Mountains' snowcapped peaks and the faint murmur of a nearby salmon stream are featured from the common living area as well as the outdoor deck.Sightings of wildlife from the safety of the lounging area, include moose, porcupine, rabbit, raven, hawk, eagle, and an occasional glimpse of lynx, wolf, black or grizzly bear.

Snoozin' Moose Inn Bed & Breakfast Suite
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 345 5382
Secluded, yet not remote, the Snoozin' Moose Inn is a cozy retreat nestled amongst boreal spruce, birch, alder and cottonwood trees, on a two-acre site adjoining one hundred acres of wilderness park land. From our long summer days to the famous Northern Lights of winter, our forested location allows guests a unique opportunity to enjoy the beauty of Alaska's changing seasons.

Snow Goose Restaurant
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 277 7727
With a superb deck, succulent menu and nationally recognized beers, the Snow Goose Restaurant and its brewery, the Sleeping Lady Brewing Company, offer a magnificent venue for social fun and culinary bliss. The menu includes everything from coconut prawns to Alaskan king crab, New York steak and clam chowder, plus a children's menu. To elevate the flavor of the food, nothing beats our fresh house beers or hand crafted root beer, the Snow Goose also serves a variety of worldclass wines and cocktails.

Soudough Mining Company
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 563 2272
Dine in an atmosphere of warm Alaskan hospitality. The Sourdough Mining Company Restaurant is a replica of an old mill house. Our menu offers a variety of selections; Fresh Alaskan Seafood, Barbecued Specialties, Salads, Sandwiches, and of course, our famous homemade Korn Fritters with Whipped Honey Butter. Enjoy a cocktail from our full-service Creekside Saloon while viewing Alaskan salmon in our backyard creek. Celebrate dessert by "building your own ice cream sundae" from an array of tasty toppings.

Sound Eco Adventures
City: Whittier
Tel: +1 888 471 2312
Sound Eco Adventures is owned and operated by longtime Alaskan marine biologist Gerry Sanger. We specialize in whale watching and interpretive wildlife and glacier tours aboard our custom-built, 30-foot, 6-passenger boat. 2005 is our 16th season, and we are featured in the popular travel guide Frommer's Alaska. Capt. Gerry's expertise and our boat's unique capabilities are value-added benefits not available on other tour boats, large or small. We practice the professional ecotourism guidelines of the Alaska Wilderness Recreation and Tourism Association.All of our tours travel amid spectacular, awe-inspiring scenery and you will see a variety of wildlife on most tours. If you are especially interested in wildlife, however, we suggest booking one of our wildlife tours. Our longer day tours include a beach stop. Between Capt. Gerry's long experience in the Sound and our boat's unique capabilities you are assured of a memorable adventure.

Sourdough Sue's B&B
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 272 4245
There's never a dull moment at Sourdough Sue's Bed and Breakfast! Your hostess, Sue Hahn, brings years and years, and years... of experience to providing you with the best in comfort and entertainment. Sue founded and spent 30 years directing the Anchorage Sourdough Chorus, a chapter of Sweet Adelines International. With this group, she discovered the fun of writing and directing musical melodramas. Most recently, Sue was presented with the Women Helping Women award by the Soroptomist International of Anchorage for her contributions to the Alaskan community. Sue's warmth, talent, culinary expertise, and "all-around-great-galness" will make your stay in Alaska unforgettable.

South Kodiak Adventures LLc
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 929 4935
My family and staff welcome you to South Kodiak Adventures. My name is Gary Rozelle, Sr., and I am a lifelong resident of Kodiak Island. I was raised in the Village of Akhiok and have spent most of my life living there. Our family operation is assisted by equally knowledgable local Alaskans who have many years experience in the outdoors. I was brought up in an outdoors environment of hunting, hiking, and sport fishing along with other wilderness activities. As I was growing up my favorite things were deer hunting, duck hunting, sport fishing and just being outdoors. I have over 35 years of experience fishing all the lakes, rivers and bays on the South end of Kodiak Island where our operation is located and feel that I know this area better than anyone else. I also hold a Coast Guard 100 ton license. The South end of Kodiak Island has over 100 miles of protected waters, 15 salmon rivers and 2 large lakes plus many small ones. We are fortunate in having one of the few Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge permits for guided bear and wildlife viewing and sport fishing on the National Wildlife Refuge lands. Our new 33 ft. Peregrine Marine all aluminum boat is the perfect platform for us to share with you a great Kodiak Island adventure. This state of the art, sport fishing vessel is a fast, comfortable and very safe method to explore the Island.

Southeast Aviation
City: Ketchikan
Tel: +1 907 225 2900
We at Southeast Aviation are dedicated to providing you memories, sights and sounds that will last a lifetime - after all, we believe our heritage and background truly reflect the spirit of Alaska.Start with pilots who have crisscrossed the skies of the world-renowned Inside Passage for a quarter-century each and know every nook and cranny of Southeast Alaska. Pilots who have flown virtually every type of float plane into nearly every corner of this "Great Land."Add a takeoff atop the waters of the Inside Passage aboard a six-passenger DeHavilland Beaver float plane equipped with a unique in-flight communications system that affords you an informative interactive dialog with a chance to share with our pilots your thoughts, your questions and your observations as we fly you over some of the planet's most fascinating landmarks.

Spenard Hostel International
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 907 248 5036
Spenard Hostel International has served hostellers for over sixteen years in Anchorage, Alaska. We are an independent hostel and do not require a membership; providing all of our hostellers the same low price! Check out all of the hostelling and budget travel options available in Anchorage. We believe you will find Spenard Hostel International is the friendliest and most helpful hostel in Anchorage, Alaska.We are less than a block away from Anchorage's famous bike trail system, and in only a few minutes you can access the Coastal Trail. The fabulous Anchorage nightlife and Alaskan wildlife are nearby too! Our convenient location, near the airport and on a direct bus route to downtown, makes getting around town easy.

St Paul Island Tour/Tanadgusix Corporation
City: Anchorage
Tel: +1 877 424 5637
St. Paul Island Tours has professional guides to introduce you to a wide and colorful array of resident, migrant, and vagrant birds dwelling on cliffs and along the shores of beautiful St. Paul Island in the Pribilof Islands. You can see everything from Red-legged kittiwakes and puffins to free-roaming reindeer, Arctic fox, and northern fur seals.

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