Our List

Our List (bold and italicized = completed)

1. Catch a salmon in Ship Creek

2. Visit the Visitor Information Center Log Cabin

3. Visit the Alaska Public Lands Information Center

4. Go to the Anchorage Museum of History and Art

5. See the Oomingmak Musk Ox Producers’ Co-op

6. Buy some Musk Ox wool

7. Visit the Ulu Factory

8. Buy an Ulu

9. Visit Earthquake Park

10. Visit Resolution Park

11. Hike through Kincaid Park

12. Cross country ski through Kincaid Park (Rebekah has done this!)

13. Go to the Alaska Native Heritage Center

14. Go to H2Oasis Indoor Waterpark

15. Go to the Alaska Zoo

16. Bike the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail

17. Cross country ski the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail (Rebekah has done this!)

18. Visit Potter Marsh during the summer

19. Watch the bore tide come in

20. Hike the Turnagain Arm Trail

21. View Dall Sheep from Windy Corner (Mile 107)

22. Visit the Eagle River Nature Center in August

23. See the beginning of the Iditarod

24. Enjoy the festivities of Fur Rendezvous

25. Ski the Hilltop Ski Area

26. Ski the Alyeska Resort and Ski Area

27. Visit Girdwood and the Crow Creek Mine

28. Hike through Crow Pass Trail

29. Visit the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center

30. Visit Portage Glacier, Explorer Glacier, and Byron Glacier

31. View Mirror Lake during the summer

32. Ice fish in Mirror Lake

33. Hike to Thunderbird Falls

34. Visit Eklutna Glacier

35. Hike up Flattop Mountain

36. Hike throughout Chugach State Park

37. Visit Kachemak Bay State Park

38. See the Grewingk Glacier

39. Visit Shuyak Islands State Park

40. Visit Kenai Fjords National Park

41. Visit Denali State Park

42. Ride a snowmobile through the wilderness

43. Visit Denali National Park

44. Visit Wood-Tikchik State Park

45. Travel to Hope

46. Travel to Homer

47. Visit the Norman Lowell Studio and Gallery

48. Travel to Kenai

49. Travel to Seward

50. Kayak in Resurrection Bay

51. Visit the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge Visitor’s Center

52. Hike the Skilak Lookout Trail

53. Travel to Whittier

54. See Columbia Glacier

55. Take a boat across Prince William Sound

56. Kayak in Prince William Sound

57. Kayak in Cook Inlet

58. Visit Valdez

59. Visit Cordova

60. Visit Wrangell-St. Elias National Park

61. Fish the Russian River

62. Visit Lake Clark National Park

63. Attend the Alaska State Fair in Palmer in August

64. Visit Hatcher Pass Lodge and Independence Mine State Historical Park

65. Drive Hatcher Pass Road

66. Visit Talkeetna

67. Hike in the Talkeetna Mountains

68. Visit Fairbanks

69. Attend the Midnight Baseball Game (June 21)

70. Visit the city of North Pole

71. See gold dredge #8 and view the Trans-Alaska oil pipeline

72. Visit the Aurora Ice Museum

73. Have a drink at an Ice Bar

74. Sit in the Chena Hot Springs

75. View the northern lights

76. Visit Juneau

77. See the Mendenhall Glacier

78. Explore the Alaskan Rain Forest

79. Visit Glacier Bay National Park

80. Visit Katmai National Park

81. Visit Kobuk Valley National Park

82. Visit Gates of the Arctic National Park

83. Visit the Seward Peninsula

84. Drive the Dalton Highway

85. Ride on a dog sled through the snow

86. See a moose, brown bear, black bear, dall sheep, beluga whale, killer whale, humpback whale, minke whale, harbor seal, sea lion, polar bear, bald eagle, arctic tern, caribou, marmots, red fox, wolf, lynx, wolverine, musk ox, sea otter, mountain goats, dall’s porpoise, king crabs, opilio crabs, puffin, porcupine, snowshoe hare, and many more animals

87. Visit Matanuska Glacier

88. Visit the Musk Ox Farm near Palmer

89. Visit Indian Valley Mine

90. Fish for King Salmon on the Little Susitna River

91. Visit the Alaska SeaLife Center

92. Hike to Exit Glacier

93. Meet Sarah Palin

94. Hike to the Harding Ice Field

95. Polar Bear Plunge in Goose Lake

96. Go sledding on Flattop

97. See the Fall foliage of the tundra

98. Cross country ski in Hatcher Pass

99. View the World Ice Art Championships in Fairbanks

100. Visit the University of Alaska Museum of the North

101. Hike Mt. Baldy

102. Visit Ketchikan

103. Visit the Alaska Brewing Company and Macaulay Salmon Hatchery

104. Visit Skagway

105. Cruise through College Fjord

106. Visit Soldotna

107. Visit the Bear Creek Winery

108. Feel the 40 Below Room

109. Go Halibut Fishing

110. Visit Captain Cook State Recreation Area

111. Dip net for Salmon on the Kenai River

112. Attend Arctic Thunder

113. Visit Worthington Glacier State Recreation Area

114. Visit Liberty Falls State Recreation Area

115. Visit Kennecott & McCarthy

116. Drive on the Denali Highway

117. Visit Coldfoot

118. Visit Deadhorse

119. Enter the Arctic Circle

120. Cross the Yukon River

121. View the Kanuti National Wildlife Refuge, Yukon Flats National Wildlife Refuge, and Arctic National Wildlife Refuge