in a dog sled. Stand on a glacier. Ski under the northern lights. Or dine
at an award-winning restaurant. You could do it all in one day if you'd
like. Or take your time and explore the endless variety of activities, events,
and adventures waiting for you in Anchorage. Here are a few ideas for wintertime
Lights Viewing |
Alaska is home to nature's most spectacular and awe-inspiring light show - the northern lights. Also called aurora borealis, these shimmering curtains of green, blue, crimson, and magenta are sure to mesmerize you as they dance overhead. Although there's no way to predict when they will appear, February and March are good times to watch for them. To see them clearly, it helps to be away from city lights.