FODOR'S GO LIST 2015
The top 25 places we think should be on every traveler's radar this year.More
A dream landscape for adventurers who crave solitude, the preserve sits on the border of Canada and Alaska. The only ways in are by driving long gravel roads or taking a float trip or charter flight. Once here miles of camping, hiking, canoeing, and fishing a-plenty await—often with no else in sight for days. Those who prefer their solitude dressed up with snow should schedule a winter mushing
or snowmachining trip.
Novices should refrain from exploring the preserve solo; consider hiring a guide familiar with the area or having an experienced outdoors person accompany you.
Though small, both of these communities on the Steese Highway loom large for those interested in history and nature. Central got its start in...
Nature is the star all along the road from Fairbanks that leads to the Chena Hot Springs Resort, and even there it remains center stage. Chena...