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Alaska's economic and cultural centre, Anchorage offers all the convenience of a large city, on the edge of the Alaskan wilderness. Bordered by rugged mountains and volcanoes, including the Chugach and Kenai ranges, as well as the Cook Inlet, the natural beauty touching Anchorage is truly dramatic. Nearly half of Alaska's residents live in or around Anchorage, and the city is also the first stop for many visitors arriving in Alaska.
In general, Anchorage is a little too spread out to traverse by foot, so many visitors opt to rent a car, which is also one of the best ways to explore the rest of Alaska's untamed landscapes. There's a public bus system called PeopleMover, or Anchorage also offers an extensive bike trail system, which gently meanders through the city's many parks and green belts.
By far, Anchorage's most interesting attraction is the Alaska Native Heritage Center, which presents exhibits detailing the region's history and its earliest inhabitants. There are also storytellers, dancers, and handicraft workshops, offering a chance to learn more about the culture of different Native groups. There's the Alaska Zoo, where you can get a glimpse of elusive animals that may be difficult to spot in the wilderness. With Chugach State Park and Chugach National Forest only an hour's drive away, there are plenty of opportunities nearby for hiking, fishing, wildlife viewing, and other outdoor activities.
Not surprisingly, Anchorage's dining scene focuses heavily on fresh seafood and wood fire-grilled steaks. Be sure to try the city's fast-food speciality: Reindeer hot dogs or sausages, which can be bought from the cart in front of the courthouse on 4th Avenue. Anchorage is not known for its nightlife, but you'll find a nice assortment of low-key pubs and microbreweries, where you can unwind at the end of the day.
As Alaska's largest city, Anchorage is the place to stock up on supplies for travels around the rest of the state. You'll also find interesting Alaskan products at the weekend markets, such as mittens and scarves knitted from musk-ox wool, carved bone animals, ivory jewellery and wooden baskets.
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