A place for modern pioneers, the Last Frontier features infinite ways to explore extraordinary wildlands. One of the best ways, we’ve found, is on foot, and there are a number of reasons why…
We’re the biggest (sorry, Texas) yet the least trampled (1 human per square mile). Some of our parks are larger than U.S. states, and we’re not tame; our forests, meadows, mountains and tundra are full of glaciers, grizzlies, eagles and moose.
Our high country sparkles with alpine waters and our rivers see huge runs of big, beautiful salmon.
When we say “ours” we mean you, too; most of Alaska is public land.
That means it’s yours, it’s mine, and it’s waiting for you to come see it.
RUN ALASKA TRAILS with us.