Secretary of State William Seward bought Alaska from the
Russians in 1867 for .02 cents an acre, the project was
criticized as 'Seward's Folly'. Now 8 national parks
preserve the treasures of this wonderland and Alaska has
become a favorite vacation spot for nature lovers, native
culture enthusiasts, and sportsmen. Denali National Park,
not far from
(Alaska's largest city), ranks as one of the nations most
popular and largest parks. With 6 million acres of
glaciers, tundra, lakes, streams, valleys and mountains,
it is home to America's highest mountain, Mount McKinley.
Easily sighted and abundant wildlife lent to the creation
of Denali's nickname, "the subarctic Serengeti."
When traveling to Alaska be sure to enjoy the expertise of
our friendly innkeepers at a variety of accommodations
and Breakfast Inns to cabins and
rentals. Many innkeepers are seasoned Alaskans that
are eager to share their love of this Pacific Northwest
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