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Alaska Trails point to the 3-million people a year that hike portions of the Appalachian Trail as an example of what a long trail could do for Alaska and the state’s economy.
- Study maps most popular uses of Creamer’s Field trails
- Fatbike paradise: Miles of hard-packed trails and little snow open up the Interior for winter riders
- Eyes on the skies: Tips on photographing the aurora borealis
- Walking from Seward to Fairbanks: Nonprofit group thinks long trail could be big asset for Alaska and communities
- Alaska Wildlife Alliance working to help bolster trapping information resources
- Ester Dome loops are great for a short hike
- Three days in, 1,200 Fortymile caribou harvested
- 'A majestic arctic tributary’: floating 120 miles on the Chandalar River
- Rosie Creek area to get a recreation makeover
- Delta Junction Trails Association Walk of Lights
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