Leaving Anchorage and into the Alaskan Wilderness

Autumn of 2015, and we embark on another epic journey — a self-drive tour of Alaska, doing the Anchorage-Denali-Fairbanks-Glenallen-Seward-Anchorage loop, via Routes 1, 2, 3, 4 and 9 (not necessarily in that order) for a total distance of 1700km. The first part of the journey is the very scenic 400km leg from Anchorage (1) to Denali National Park (2).

 

FOR FULL STORY, PLEASE GO TO:  https://nytrips.wordpress.com/2018/09/13/alaska-anchorage-and-the-wilderness/

 

 

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6 Responses to “Leaving Anchorage and into the Alaskan Wilderness”

  1. Encik Naim,

    I just found your blog and just finish read this post (my first, lots will follow). Awesome journey.

    Maybe I should consider this path one day

    Thanks for sharing

  2. naim says:

    Thank you very much, yes, off-the-beaten-track destinations are very thrilling. All the best in your wanderlust!

  3. albert says:

    Encik Naim

    May I know the duration of your tour of Alaska starting from KL?

  4. naim says:

    We spent 10 days travelling in Alaska alone. You need to add your own travelling time to and from Anchorage, Alaska.

  5. mnasir says:

    salam EnNaim and Puan Sabariah,

    Selamat mengembara dan dapat melihat k
    tanda-tanda kebesaran Allah s.w.t.
    Saya salah seorang peminat tegar pengembaraan ini…

  6. naim says:

    Salam and thanks, unfortunately I have been slacking in updating the site.

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