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Interior Alaska is a region of magical beauty and untamed wilderness. The heartland of The Last Frontier is dominated by mountains, including the breathtaking Denali, the highest peak in the U.S. The region also offers historical and cultural attractions, all framed by this backdrop of stunning, expansive scenery.
The largest city in Interior Alaska is Fairbanks, which is both a gateway to the surrounding wilderness and fascinating destination in its own right. Learn about the history of the state in the University of Alaska Museum of the North, one of the most important cultural attractions in the state. Follow the story of Alaska from its first settlers, through the 19th-century gold rush into the state as it is today.
Interior Alaska was one of the busiest destinations for gold miners during the rush era. Travel back to the prospecting years in Pioneer Park. Ride steam trains around the park, explore museums and try panning for gold yourself.
Stand in awe of Denali, the mountain also known as Mount McKinley. Join a private bus trip through Denali National Park, which takes you into some of the wildest parts of Interior Alaska. Watch from your windows for caribou, grizzly bears and golden eagles.
Activity centers in the Denali National Park and Fairbanks offer a variety of excursions into the Alaskan wilderness. Plummet down rocky slopes on mountain bikes and hike on trails that take you far away from anything man-made.
The rivers of Interior Alaska provide several different forms of entertainment. Plunge down rapids on a white-water rafting expedition or choose something more serene, such as a steamboat ride along the Tanana River.
Board a flight to Fairbanks and land right in the middle of Interior Alaska. Travel here in summer for access to Denali National Park and other seasonal attractions that are dependent on the weather. Come in winter to see the northern lights shimmering over fields and mountains covered in a blanket of snow.
This property was located in a nice downtown location and was priced right. The rooms were small but had been renovated recently.
Room is not clean according to my standard. Looks like they didn’t vacuum the floor. Their was some stains on the carpet that looks really dirty when you turn on the lights. Staff were great though.
Loved the resort in that everything was accessible - tours, ice museum, hot springs, etc. The only part that was difficult was that there weren't many food options - one restaurant and one cafe; no cooking in the rooms (no microwaves or refrigerators). With dietary restrictions, it was a bit inconvenient. ...
The staff is friendly and curtious. The property is old. The hotel is in the middle of a forest.
Great service and very soft brand new beds and pillows. Best I’ve ever sleep on. A little plane Jane tho, no place to sit your carry on when u come in or no hooks that’s easily accessible hang ur coat. The engineering of the rooms layout is kind of weird. The parking lot needs more light poles and ...
Nice clean room. Comfortable bed. Adjustable temperature. Only not great thing is the toilet paper holder is broken.
Good basic hotel, ideally placed as gateway to northern lights tours, offering good value for money and helpful staff