Lance Richardson takes a journey by road and rail chasing the midnight sun in Alaska.
Locals and a small-town location create a winning appeal, writes Lance Richardson.
It's competitively priced, with a smooth, stress-free transfer between flights at LA airport.
In snowy northern reaches, Elspeth Callender goes dogsledding in the midst of one of the world's toughest competitions.
It's not just about the journey, writes Lance Richardson, it's about your starting blocks.
Cousin Jacki and I decided to take an Alaska cruise together - and that choice was tested.
Diane Grady is impressed by the ingenuity of whales on a wildlife cruise though Alaska.
Among a wealth of short forays in fascinating places, Traveller picks some of its favourites.
The USA's biggest state is also big on sights and price. But nowhere else in the world can you traverse such a dramatic coastline and witness orcas frolic in wild seas, boulders of glacial ice crash into the ocean below or breaching humpback whales in a single trip. Inland, its national parks have hungry brown bears catching salmon in river rapids. Alaska may be hard work, but it's rewarding.