With more than 57 million acres of designated wilderness to wander, the Alaskan adventurer needs a good guidebook in hand, and Alaska Adventures in Nature
is a good candidate. Paul Otteson offers advice on visiting national parks, preserves, forests, monuments, and wildlife refuges. He points you in the right direction to experience hiking, fishing, flight-seeing, paddling, and where to find the best places to see bears, whales, eagles, and other wildlife. Helpful road routes include information on driving conditions and milepost marker listings to guide you to roadside attractions and lodgings. And as with other John Muir guides in this series, resources and information are provided regarding conservation and responsible tourism. The book also offers listings for Alaskan airlines, outfitters, guides, and tour companies, as well as accommodation and restaurant recommendations.
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