Trip Plan Details
- Mooses Tooth Pub & Pizzeria3300 Old Seward Hwy, Anchorage, AK 99503
- Chinooks Waterfront1404 4th Ave, Seward, AK 99664
- Alyeska Ski Resort1000 Arlberg Avenue, Girdwood, AK, United States
- Double Musky Inn3 Crow Creek Road, Girdwood, AK, United States
- Rum Runners Old Towne Bar415 E Street, Anchorage, AK, United States
- Anchorage Museum of History & Art121 West 7th Avenue, Anchorage, AK 99501-3611
- Fred Meyer2300 Abbott Road, Anchorage, AK, United States
- Sullivan Arena1600 Gambell Street, Anchorage, AK, United States
- Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport5000 West International Airport Road, Anchorage, Alaska
- Exit GlacierKenai Fjords National Park, 1212 4th Ave, Seward, AKrecommended Exit GlacierThis is only glacier in Kenai Fjords National Park that you can actually reach by car from the main road. It's an amazing spectacle of ice that is a lot of fun to walk around and gain various ... read moreperspectives from along the trail. The most impressive thing is the signage, starting several miles down road, marking the recession of the glacier over the past 100 years or so. The loss of ice due to climate change is dramatic and a valuable lesson - bringing the reality of what we are doing to the planet into sharp contrast.Arlo Hemphill
Don't miss the Exit Glacier on your way down to Seward. This is one of the only glaciers you can access by car - and it is amazing!
recommended SewardFantastic little Alaskan port town that feels (and is) in the middle of nowhere. Wedged between massive, glacial-cut valleys and sitting on the edge of a productive ocean wilderness, alive with marine ... read moremammals, Seward is a tiny oasis of "civilization" amidst endless tracks of Alaskan backcountry. It's the perfect place to catch up on your fish eating, beer drinking and rebel rousing between long stretches of wilderness exploration. The place has a unique, frontier feel and mentality, so do watch your behavior. My feeling is the locals are more likely to use fists (or guns) and ask questions later if you're pulling some inappropriate drama.Arlo Hemphill
Rent a car and take a day (or overnight trip) down to Seward. You'll pass through some of the most dramatic landscapes in North America. If you have extra time to linger in Seward itself, it is known for it's marine mammals and glaciers - you can sea kayak amongst both!
- Glacier Brewhouse737 West 5th Avenue #110, Anchorage, AK, United Statesrecommended Glacier BrewhouseDowntown Anchorage's best place for dinner is this upscale brewpub. Love the copper brewing vats almost as much as the daily salmon dinner specials. Incredibly fresh seafood, and the house-made potato ... read morechips with melted blue cheese are awesome if you've been working up an appetite in the great outdoors. Service is friendly, and if you don't make reservations, you can just wait to snag a table in the bar area. We ate here twice during our most recent trip to Alaska, and our relatives who are AK locals rate it as their favorite place to eat downtown. Oh, the beer's tasty, too!Sara Benson
Might want to reserve ahead during the holiday time.