Alaska has many interesting places to visit. From caves to museums to wildlife there is much to see in Alaska. We will explore some of these places that are little more unusual that one may not know about. It would be amazing if the staff at Sugar Land Chiropractors could visit Alaska.
Located in Juneau Alaska is the Mendenhall ice caves. They are breathtakingly blue walls that shimmer inside the Glacier Behind the Town. This site would be a great place for Sugar Land Chiropractors to visit. The next place is the Aurora Ice Museum located in Fairbanks Alaska. Mind-blowing partings and fantasy icing scenes grace the largest year-round ice environment in the world. An unusual place is located in Talkeetna, Alaska this is Doctor Seuss’s House also known as the Goose Creek Tower. This whimsical stacked cabin looks like something out of a children’s book. One must also go to the Denali National Park and preserve in Alaska. Denali is the king of the United States highpoint towers over every other peak in North America.
In Juneau Alaska one can find the Upside-Down Forests of Glacier Gardens. Upside down trees serve as natural place for pots to hang of blooming flowers. This would be an interesting place for Sugar Land Chiropractors to visit. In Chitina Alaska there is a place called Kennicott Ghost Town. What once was the richest known copper mine is now a worn-out ghost town which is deserted. The Guyot Glacier Ice Caves are located in Yakutat Alaska. Gorgeous caves resemble a winter wonderland. This is a must see for any tourist. In Fairbanks Alaska one can always view the Permafrost Tunnel. This frozen tunnel in central Alaska is both an engineering feat an awesome sight to see.
In Nome Alaska one can visit Ukivok. This ghostly Alaskan village still clings to a steep cliffside despite having been abandoned for over 50 years. One must try to visit the Lady of the Lake in North Pole Alaska. This abandoned aircraft sits submerged in a lake in the Alaskan wilderness. Another unusual place located in Anchorage Alaska is the Worldís Largest Chocolate Waterfall. While not recognized by Guinness this chocolate waterfall is like to be the worldís largest. This large chocolate waterfall would be an interesting place for the staff at Sugar Land Chiropractors to visit. Going over to Northwest Arctic Alaska is the Great Kobuk Sand Dunes. The massive mounds of golden sand look like a desert landscape randomly plopped in an arctic forest.
In Skagway Alaska one can visit the Golden North Hotel. A classic gold rush hotel can be expected to pick up some ghosts along the way. This hotel is not the exception. In Barrow Alaska is the Barrow Whale Bone Arch. The Gateway to the Arcticî connects Barrowís indigenous population with the sea and its traditional industry which is whaling. In Ketchikan Alaska is the Totem Bight State Historical Park. In the park on can view the historic collection of Native Alaskan artifacts that were resurrected through a partnership between the WPA and tribal artisans. In Fairbanks Alaska one should view the Blue Babe. North Americas first frozen mummified remains of an ice age steppe bison. The 36,000-year-old mummy is named the ìBlue Babeî. I for one am not interested in seeing a mummy however some of the staff at Sugar Land Chiropractors might find this interesting.
As one is exploring Alaska there is a remarkably interesting beach known as the Petroglyph Beach. When low tide occurs, it reveals 8,000-year-old rock carvings. These carvings would definitely be of interest to the staff at Sugar Land Chiropractors to visit. In Palmer Alaska there is the Musk Ox Farm for animal lovers to visit. An Alaskan livestock farm devotes itself to harvesting wool form creatures that once ran wild with mammoths and sabretooth tigers. Glacier Bears of Glacier Bay National Park are a rare kind of blue bear. These bears can be found chiefly in the national park that shares its name. This park is located in Gustavus Alaska. In Skagway Alaska is the White Pass and Yukon Route Railroad. This historic freight system is now a tourist attraction when one is was what helped find the true gold rush.
In Anchorage Alaska there is the Wolf Song of Alaska. This internationally recognized group that work to protect the wolf and educate the public about is plight. It is important to the staff of Sugar Land Chiropractors to help preserve wolves. In Gakona Alaska is the H.A.A.R.P. This is an auroral research program that super beats the ionosphere. The Hallo Bay Bear Camp is located in King Salmon Alaska. One can get personal with Alaskaís wild bears from the safety of the conservationist camp. In Juneau is the Shrine of Saint Therese. This shrine to the patron saint of Alaska site on a small tidal island and was built from the landís own beach stones.
There is a town in Alaska named Chicken Alaska where one can see the Chicken of Chicken Alaska. A giant poultry statue immortalizes one of Alaskaís more humorous town name. It appears to the Sugar Land Chiropractors that someone must have had a great sense of humor to name a town Chicken. Skagway Alaska is home to Arctic Brotherhood Hall. The faÁade of this relic form the Klondike gold rush is decorated with over 8,800 pieces of driftwood. In Whittier Alaska is the Anton Anderson Memorial Tunnel. This tunnel runs under an entire mountain. The is the longest highway tunnel in North America and is kept fresh using portal fans and jet fans. In Anchorage Alaska one can find the Anchorage Light Speed Planet Walk. A high school astronomy enthusiast designed this model of our solar system to be traversed on foot.
The Portage Ghost Town is located in Whittier Alaska. The ruins of a town wiped out by the second largest earthquake recorded in history. In Anchorage Alaska the Turnagain Arm Bore Tide is found. During the summer, Alaskan surfers take advantage of this inletís unusual water patterns. One can visit Proennekeís Cabin in Lade and Peninsula Alaska. The simple log cabin of a famed loner and naturalist stands preserved a symbol of the ultimate do it yourself lifestyle.