Going Places: Alaska and the Yukon for Families Getting There - What to Do - Where to Stay - Where to Eat

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Sasquatch Books, 2005 - Travel - 443 pages
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Home to breathtaking scenery as well as some of the world's most exciting family adventures, Alaska and the Yukon are proof that it's possible to get away from it all — and bring the entire family. Visit sea otters and whales in Kachemak Bay, attend a midnight baseball game in Fairbanks, watch a giant Kodiak bear fishing for salmon in Katmai National Park, or ponder a First Nations woolly mammoth trap in Carmacks, Yukon. In winter, cheer on the mushers at the Iditarod or go snowshoeing while the aurora borealis blossoms overhead.
Whether driving the Alaska Highway or traveling by ferry, cruise ship, or airplane, these tips from parents who've been there and done that help readers choose accommodations, restaurants, and attractions to fit every budget, plus what to pack for messy toddlers, where to find the nearest playground, where to feed a "discriminating" eater, and how to keep children amused at the train station or cruise ship terminal.

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Nancy Thalia Reynolds lives in Shoreline, WA.

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