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Alaska in September/October - crazy?

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I've never been to Alaska and I am working on a long rtw ticket. I would like to visit Alaska and now I have the oppourtunity, but.....my travel dates aren't too flexible and I can't travel to Alaska until the end of Sept or early Oct. I will fly in and out of ANC, if I do include Alaska on this trip. Any advice about visiting Alaska in September or October will be appreciated. Am I better off visiting Alaska on a different trip? I know it is an expensive destination to visit and I would like it done right, I don't want to cut corners when I travel.

I live in Central Canada, I only mention this because some fodorites may read this thinking I live far from the US and will advice me based on the likeihood of me travelling back to the US in the near future.

Thanks.

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