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Alaska Travel Reference(WP)

8th Edition

Scale 1:1,500,000
ISBN 9781771290180
UPC 817712901804
$ CAD 13.95
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The State of Alaska is a perennial best-seller. The area is emerging from Covid and tourism is returning. Now is the appropriate time to stock up for those planning a visit in the spring and summer months. Cruises will start operating again in May, and this is the most popular way to reach Alaska from Seattle or Vancouver, while enjoying ports of call along the way. If you do a cruise, make sure that you note the glacier at the northern end of Glacier Bay, which all ships visit. It has retreated to the point where a land mass is visible. That’s Canada. The border was set when the Icefield extended quite a ways further south, and no one realized at that time that there was no land under the ice. Technically, Alaska is now two parts – the peninsula and the mainland! Don’t tell the Americans!

Legend Includes:
Roads by classification, Rivers and Lakes, National Park, Airports, Points of Interests, Highways, Main Roads, Zoos, Fishing, and much more...

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