About AnchorageWhen you come to Anchorage, it’s essential to take in all the views and experiment with the unique culture, which includes searching for moose. These magnificent and jaw-dropping animals resort to the woods and forests of Alaska. Woronzof Park is just a short distance from the airport, and moose are often spotted near the park. Get your camera ready!
If your feet are tired from walking around looking for moose all day, it’s time to go flightseeing. This is one of the coolest ways to take in all the views. Hop aboard a small plane and take to the skies. You’ll see everything from glacier peaks, to the high-rising mountains, and the sun setting in the evening.
If you’re a golfer and you find yourself in Anchorage, you’re probably there for one, big reason: midnight golf. Summer golf in Alaska is unlike any other, with the sun shining nearly all day and night. At Anchorage Golf Course, tee times typically range from 5 am all the way to 10 pm. With a chipping, putting, and driving range, you can work on your skills all day and night.
Moose Run Golf Course is a 36-hole gem that’s been around since 1952. It’s suggested that you walk the course instead of ride to spend a little time taking in the views, and animals. From black bears to bald eagles, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to bring your camera with you up to the green along with your putter.
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