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    Alaska, the 49th, largest, and northern-most state of the Union. Seperated from the rest by Canada and just across the Bering Sea from Russia and Asia, Alaska is home to the ten tallest mountains in North America.

    For the adventurous type then Alaska will be a great place to go. Enjoy hiking, biking, kayaking, fishing, and expeditions to see the wildlife of Alaska like wolves, whales, moose, and bears. There are also month-long expeditions to the top of Mt. McKinley.

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    Alaska is a beautiful state, and the best way of keeping it that way is just by respect to the land. It is easy to throw your trash and cigarette butts away, and by doing so, you are saving countless plants and animals. [Don't litter!]

    Consider using a guide, or checking out local conditions with locals before jumping in the kayak, and heading for yonder point that looked so nice on the map. The water in Alaska is so cold, falling overboard can be fatal within minutes. More importantly, self-rescue becomes impossible often within seconds, especially around glacier-fed rivers. Treatment for hypothermia is required reading before doing any water sports, even during warm weather.

    Denali National Park Summer Scene Tour Denali
    U.S. National Park

    This 4 million acres wilderness reserve that is home to Mt. McKinley and many other natural wonders. Most summertime visitors enjoy scenic bus tours while many extreme adventures include mountaineering, white-water rafting or wintersports.

    Mountain Climbers from all over the globe come to test their mountaineering and wilderness survival skills, from the high altitude challenges of Mt. McKinley, the continentís highest peak, to the vertical rock and ice walls that line the Ruth Gorge.

    Tour Kenai Fjords
    U.S. National Park

    567 thousand acres preserve featuring the Harding Icefield and its radiating glaciers along Kenai Fjord in South Alaska Rain forests, sea lions, sea otters, seals and variety of birdlife. The park includes 8 glaciers actively "calving" icebergs into the Pacific. The park includes coastal old-growth temperate rain forest, puffins, sea otters, black bears and harbor porpoises offshore.

    Tour Lake Clark
    U.S. National Park

    Protecting scenic volcanoes, glaciers, wild rivers and waterfalls, visiters also find abundant populations of fish and wildlife, watersheds essential for red salmon, and the traditional lifestyle of local residents. Lake Clark's spectacular scenery provides a true wilderness experience for those who visit.

    Alaska Iditarod Dog Sled Racing Iditarod Sled Race [March]

    The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race is an annual sled dog team race across Alaska, U.S. Mushers and teams of typically 16 dogs cover 1,161 miles in nine to fifteen days from Anchorage to Nome. Teams frequently endure fierce blizzards, sub-zero temperatures and gale force winds in this extreme adventure test of endurance, strength, and skill as they race for the finish through some of the most remote terrain in Western Alaska.

    Backpacking in Gates of the Arctic Tour Gates of the Arctic
    U.S. National Park

    Gates of the Arctic is one of the last truly wild places on earth. Here you can take a journey of adventure, discovery and solitude through vast valleys and gaunt mountains of rugged beauty and experience nature on it own terms. Visitors to the park must have the knowledge and skills to be truly self sufficient in the remote location and demanding climate of the Brooks Range.

    Tour Chugach Forest
    U.S. National Forest

    The Chugach National Forest is the second-largest and northernmost forest of the USNF service in south central Alaska. It is located in the mountains surrounding Prince William Sound including the eastern Kenai Peninsula and the delta of the Copper River.

    Tour Admiralty Island
    U.S. National Monument

    Most of the monument is designated as the Kootznoowoo Wilderness to protect the protect the prolific rainforest vegetation and abundant wildlife, including Grizzley and Black Bears. Many species of salmon, whales, mountain goats, and deer live here.

    Tour Tongass Rain Forest
    U.S. National Forest

    One of the last unspoiled and largest temperate rain forests of the world, the Tongass Rain Forest hugs the North American Coastline from Kodiak Island in Alaska and stretches as far south as Northern California. It is home to the densest biomass on Planet Earth.

    Alaska Totem Pole Park Tour Sitka Alaska
    U.S. National Historic Park

    Also known as Indian River Park and Totem Park, this is the site of the famous Battle of Sitka in 1804 between Russians and Tlingit Warriors defending their fort here at the mouth of Indian River.

    From 1903 to 1905, District Governor John G. Brady set about acquiring Native totem poles from all over Alaska for display at the park; the majority of the poles came from Haida villages located on Prince of Wales Island.

    Tour Glacier Bay
    U.S. National Park

    Featuring massive glaciers descending from towering snow-covered peaks is the worlds most massive display of ice. Famous feature is Muir Glacier. Wildlife includes whales, seals, eagles, and bears.

    Klondike Gold Rush
    U.S. National Historic Park

    Commemorating the Klondike Gold Rush of the late 1890s. The gold rush was in the Yukon Territory, and this park comprises staging areas for the trek there, and routes leading in its direction.

    alaska maritime national wildlife refuge Alaska Maritime Park [AMNWR]
    U.S.National Wildlife Refuge

    Comprising 2,400 islands, headlands, rocks, islets, spires and reefs of the Alaskan coastline that has diverse landforms and terrains, including tundra, rainforest, cliffs, volcanoes, beaches, lakes, and streams.

    Well-known for its abundance of seabirds, about 75 percent of Alaskan native marine and seabirds, 15 to 30 million among 55 species, use the refuge. These seabirds congregate in colonies along the coast. Each species has a specialized nesting site . Visitors Center located in Homer AK.

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    Mountain Camps, Wilderness Camps, Aquatic Camps, Popular Out-of-State Expeditions, Make Your Own Summer Camp, Webeloes Day Camps and more. COPE Zipline Course and more.


    Alaska Lake Balloon Launch Alaska Church Youth Camps
    A number of religious groups in the area operate some interest outdoor facilities especially for youth. If you are looking for something different, try this list.


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    Colorado Rocky Mountain Trek BSA Colorado 14er Club
    Big Mountain High Adventure

    The Colorado Rockies have 54 mountain peaks of over 14,000 foot elevation. As the trail gets steeper, the landscape changes from thick forests to barren moonscape. Frequently you can experience all four seasons in a single day's climb. And your reward is a wide variety of the best mountain top views in the USA.

    But Climbing any mountain that extends over 14,000 feet above sea level is not easy. Your legs ache and your lungs scream for air. It is the ultimate test of physical endurance and mental stamina.

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    Alaska Tall Peaks Tour
    Can you conquer the biggest challenge course in the state?How many Alaska tall peak have you made it to the top of?

    Alaska Bike-packing Tours
    As featured in Boys Life (May 2012) the newest fad for exploring wilderness terrain - overnight adventures riding your mountain bikes.

    Alaska Exotic Wildlife
    Where to go to see some of Alaska's more famous inhabitants in their natural setting.

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    Alaska Boy Scout Councils

    BSA Councils oversee implementation of scouting facilities, programs and leadership training in each local area. They depend on your generous donations.

8000 Miles Across Alaska

New 2014 - A Runner's Journeys on the Iditarod Trail. In North America's Last Frontier, there are still untrammeled wildernesses where a man can stand alone in a region the size of entire states,

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With new and diverse offerings each day, we encourage our members to discover everything from family aquarium outings to weekend excursions to exclusive gourmet dinners and more.

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  • Nostalgic Resorts

8000 Miles Across Alaska

New 2014 - A Runner's Journeys on the Iditarod Trail. In North America's Last Frontier, there are still untrammeled wildernesses where a man can stand alone in a region the size of entire states,

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Putting The Fun into Scouting. filled with ideas for breaking out of doing 'the usual' for your troop meetings, camp outs, and while working on merit badges.

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