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Spring Break in Alasaka April 2013

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I am looking for ideas for what to do and see in Alaska for early April, 2013. It is spring break, and we are traveling with my two daughters (elementary and middle school age), my wife, and my parents. We will be flying into Anchorage. I have been to Anchorage and Fairbanks myself, but none of the other family members have been to Alaska.

My father wants to see Denali. Is Fairbanks an option for driving? We could fly, if necessary. What other city would be good to see during this time? Attraction recommendations would be helpful too. I would enjoy seeing something to do with the dog races, the pipeline, railroad trip, or Mount McKinley.

Thanks,
Jason

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