Cheap flights from Boise, Atlanta, Detroit, Minneapolis or Salt Lake City to Alaska from only $264 roundtrip with Alaska Airlines! Also works in reverse.
Alaska, the largest state in the US, is filled with impressive wonders of nature, mountains, fjords and glaciers. It’s a perfect destination for people looking for adventure. Go and witness Alaska’s native heritage, watch the glowing Northern Lights and impressive wildlife!
Cuddle a husky puppy during a dog sled tour. If you like animals, you can also go to Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center. Experience the thrill of wild bear sighting. You can either head out for a day trip or stay overnight in a tent in the Hallo Bay Bear Camp. To meet the brown bear or moose, you can also go to Glacier Bay National Park.
Visitors of the Musk Ox Farm can get up close to these creatures that once ran with mammoths. In the reindeer ranch, you can take a walk with a real life Rudolph through the boreal forest.
Photo credit: Erik Mandre
To find out more check Destination Fly4free: Alaska >> and start planning your trip with Lonely Planet’s travel guides
September 2019 to February 2020
Example dates: 10-17 Sep, 16-24 Sep, 8-15 Oct, 4-11 Nov, 4-11 Dec, 15-22 Jan, 29 Jan – 5 Feb
Atlanta – Anchorage – Atlanta
Detroit – Anchorage – Detroit
Minneapolis – Anchorage – Minneapolis
Salt Lake City – Anchorage – Salt Lake City
Boise – Anchorage – Boise
How to book:
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Boise – Anchorage – Boise >>>
Atlanta – Anchorage – Atlanta >>>
Detroit – Anchorage – Detroit >>>
Minneapolis – Anchorage – Minneapolis >>>
Salt Lake City – Anchorage – Salt Lake City >>>
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