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Recommended Itineraries

The following Alaska trip itineraries provide local insight for exploring the Mat-Su Valley. Use our suggested Mat-Su itineraries below for ideas, and create your own customized Mat-Su Valley trip itinerary.

THE GREAT ALASKA ROAD TRIP

Set your own pace when traveling through spectacular Alaska mountains, glacier, gold rush and lake countries.  Five scenic and self-drive tours highlight the most scenic areas in the Mat-Su. View Alaska Scenic Drives  

SEE IT ALL! 3, 5 AND 7-DAY ITINERARIES

With amazing scenery and an endless must-see, must-do list, the Mat-Su Valley is the perfect Alaska base camp.  Multi-night itineraries are designed to maximize your Alaska vacation time. View Alaska Itineraries

ALASKA FAMILY VACATIONS

Plan a family-friendly, real-life adventure discovering Alaska's most fascinating and thrilling kid friendly sites and attractions.  The Mat-Su Valley is one HUGE playground. View Alaska Vacation Ideas

ALASKA CULTURAL AND HERITAGE TOURS

Alaska Native culture, gold rush history, farming colony beginnings and the life of an Alaska dog musher - as a young state Alaska history is still in the making, but the evolution is captivating. Learn more about Alaska culture and History

GIRLS' GETAWAYS ALASKA-STYLE

The Mat-Su is a great destination to relax, unwind and strengthen female friendships.  Enjoy convenience, luxury and adventure while experiencing something new such as fly fishing or culinary weekends at a remote lodge.  View details

ALASKA WINTER VACATION ITINERARY

Escape the bustling city lights for a relaxing winter vacation adventure. Play in deep and endless powder, experience the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, visit a sled dog kennel and flightsee over towering glaciers or the majestic Denali. This 5-day itinerary is sure to thrill. View sample Alaska winter trip

 

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