Alaska Restaurants
 Alaska Restaurants

Halibut tacos? Absolutely-here in Alaska, fresh fish is the name of the game. And not just any fish-the salmon, halibut, snow crab, mussels, and shrimp come from some of the cleanest, most pristine waters in the world. There's more to be found than just seafood. Enjoy steak slathered in peppercorn sauce or freshly-prepared Japanese yakisoba noodles. Choose between elegant or down-to-earth restaurants: Some boast 10,000 - bottle wine cellars, while others feature stuffed grizzly bears standing over indoor creeks. Those with simpler tastes can enjoy one of many brewery/eateries, offering award-winning beers and great food at affordable prices.

Alaska Restaurant If you love the outdoors, then prepare to be overwhelmed by what Alaska has to offer. From backpacking to hiking to rock-climbing, even the most world-weary wanderer will find something new. Alaska is home to North America's largest mountain: Mount McKinley in Denali National Park. Try a day hike, a multi-day adventure, or go for the gold with a month-long guided trip to the mountain's peak. Cruise Alaska can help hiking enthusiasts find great rates at Alaska hotels in Anchorage, driving distance from no less than four mountain ranges. If hiking's not your speed, Alaska still has plenty to offer. The Aleutian Islands, stretching from Alaska to the coast of Siberia, beg to be explored by sea kayak. Why not book a room at one of Cruise Alaska's recommended regional Alaska hotels and get started?

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