WE KNOW ALASKA!
We live, play, and work here! We travel and vacation throughout Alaska and have experienced many of the amazing adventures this great state has to offer. We've partnered with local guides we know and trust. We've selected their best trips, the trips they love, so you can experience how Alaskan locals live and play.
WE LOVE ALASKA!
We love where we live; in one of the most beautiful places on earth. We love the closeness to nature, the endless opportunities for adventure, the extreme weather, and the drastic change of seasons. We love the challenges and the breathtaking moments that remind us of why we live here. At Aksala Alaska we strive to create a truly Alaskan experience for you and your family.
WE LIVE & PLAY ON THE KENAI PENINSULA
We live on the Kenai Peninsula because it has it all; glacier covered mountains and the Kenai Fjords National Park, the best fishing and white-water including the Kenai, Russian and Six Mile Rivers, ocean fishing on the Gulf of Alaska, exceptional hiking and biking trails through the Chugach National Forest, abundant wildlife in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge and the Alaska Maritime Wildlife Refuge....
JOIN US ON AN ALASKAN ADVENTURE!
Marine Life & Glacier Cruise, Wildlife Viewing, Horseback Trail Ride, Flight Seeing, White Water Rafting, Ice Climbing, Glacier Trekking, Kayaking, Mountain Biking, Fishing, Dog Mushing, Hiking.....
Summer temperatures in Alaska are quite comfortable, ranging from 50° to 80°F. Winter temperatures are a chilly -30° to 40°F with regular wind and snow storms.
During the summer months, Alaska enjoys extended daylight hours. On solstice the sun rises at 4:32am and sets at 11:27pm. The midnight sun is even more pronounced further north!
Alaska is the largest state in the US. At 663,268 square miles, Alaska is equal to one-fifth the land mass of the lower 48. Seventeen of the nation's tallest mountains are in Alaska, including Denali (Mt. McKinley) towering 20,320 feet tall.
Alaska is the least densely populated state, with 710,231 people, only 1.26 persons per square mile. Contrary to popular belief, Alaskans are 48% female (2010 Census).