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Where To See Wildlife Near Anchorage

Alaska has some amazing wildlife, so here’s where you can view some of these animals while you’re in Anchorage! To See Moose View this post on Instagram A mother moose and her baby relax in the summer sun. Photo by @alaskalens #ak #alaskan #alaska #ak❤️ #aklove #akpride #akphoto #alaskaphoto #alaskaphotography #moose #mooseencounters #mooseencounters #mooseencountersofthethirdkind #mooselife…

Ways To Listen To Glaciers

Did you know glaciers can sing or tell a story? They may be large chunks of frozen water, but they also document weather, seasons, and the condition of the planet, all through the sounds they make.  The Iceberg Songs project asks music artists to incorporate the sounds of the glaciers into songs, often leading to…

Easter In Anchorage – Activities For All Ages

Hop on an Easter experience this year with the family. If you are looking for Easter activities in Anchorage, you’ve come to the right place. Anchorage is a great city to visit to enjoy Easter weekend. As an exciting and friendly city, there is a lot to offer visitors. If you are visiting Anchorage during…

American Cancer Society: Taps and Apps – Anchorage

Together with the Alaska Cancer Treatment Center, the American Cancer Society’s Board of Ambassadors (ABOA) will host the 3rd edition of its Taps and Apps event on Saturday, April 13. The event will take place from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Lakefront Anchorage Hotel.

St. Patrick’s Day – Events in Anchorage

St. Patrick’s Day is an Irish cultural and religious celebration. The U.S greatly embraces the festivities, as do other parts of the world. If you can’t go to Ireland for the celebration, let it come to you. Traditional celebrations include attending parades, wearing shamrocks (or anything green for that matter), drinking green beer and much…

Alaska Spring Break: Anchorage Guide

Spring break is often viewed as that time of the year when you travel to a sunny beach with friends and family. But why travel south when you have the beautiful Alaska spring, scenery and activities. Even though March sounds like an off-season and random time to visit Anchorage, it is actually the perfect time…

Aptel Supports Go Red For Women

Go Red For Women was created by the American Heart Association in 2004. Its goal is to raise awareness for cardiovascular disease in women. Most people associate heart disease with men. Few know that it is the No. 1 killer of women and nearly 80 percent of cardiovascular disease can be prevented. Go Red For…

Aptel: Pet-friendly hotel in Anchorage

Winter in Anchorage is cold, but winter seasonal in the city get us excited about the frosty, beautiful season. From the Zoo Lights at the Alaska Zoo to the Iditarod and Fur Rondy, Anchorage has a lot to offer to make winter an exciting season. The Aptel team celebrates traditional Alaska events like the Iditarod…

10 Things To Pack For Your Anchorage Winter Trip

Packing for a winter vacation can be overwhelming. Winter clothes are heavy and take up a lot of space. You have to be strategic and efficient to pack light and not have to pay that overweight fee. Weather conditions can vary. In Anchorage temperatures vary from 12 to 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Be sure to keep…

5 Events for New Year’s in Anchorage

New Year’s Eve calls for celebration, and Anchorage can offer something for everyone. Whether you are looking for festive parties, delicious dinner or fireworks, the city has great options for when the clock strikes midnight into 2019. If you don’t have plans yet, this is the time to start thinking about it! Ring in the…