Living in Alaska

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 Sales of luxury homes are booming throughout the United States as the upper-end homes were often the first to partake in the housing market recovery. In Anchorage, Alaska, luxury homebuyers can find amazing homes for about $1 million. For $2 million or more, the luxury homes for sale in Anchorage Alaska are beyond stunning. According to a recent real estate article by Zillow, luxury homes today are works of art. What defines a luxury home isn’t just the price tag, but the attention to details.

•    Telling a story

According to real estate experts, luxury homes for sale in Anchorage Alaska tell a story. Whether it’s imported construction material, a stainless steel staircase featured in a magazine or a home designed by a famous architect, luxury

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Anchorage is one of the best places in the world to enjoy outdoors sports adventures of all exciting types. Whether you are an experienced back packer or a first time hiker, there is an amazing variety of adventures for you. You can be surrounded by stunning scenery and the tallest mountain in North America, Mount McKinley or Denali, which is over 20,000 feet high. You may also be able to view the spectacular phenomenon of the 'Northern Lights'.

Alaska white water river rafting

These river rafting trips north and south of Anchorage are within special locations within "National Scenic Byways" and are geared for all ages and physical abilities to enjoy. The trip can last for half a day, or you can choose one that will go on for several days

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In addition to rafting, mountain climbing, hiking, sledding, ice skating, kayaking, rafting and so much more, the outdoors in the Anchorage area are spectacular. There are beautiful national parks, abundant wildlife, wild salmon and other fishing, and the endless beauty of nature to explore and admire.

Denali National Park and Preserve

There are six million acres of wild land, high alpine tundra, low-elevation forest, and snowy mountains including the tallest peak in North America, the 20,320-foot Mount McKinley. Small and large wild animals roam the unfenced lands. Over 100 years ago, two men spent a winter in a cabin near the Toklat River and decided to create the first national park in the world established to conserve wildlife. Charles Sheldon,

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 Many have dreamed of moving to Alaska and settling down in the “Last  Frontier”, the land of opportunity, a young state with an unspoiled wilderness. That is actually a more realistic plan than a dream when you learn of the down-to-earth statistics that can make your vision come true.

Anchorage, Alaska's largest city, is where more than half of Alaska’s population lives. It is almost the size of Delaware, is on the shores of Cook Inlet and at the foot of the Chugach mountain range, is the hub of south central Alaska, has the most job openings, is a tight-knit community with a taste for adventure, and is a vibrant and carefree lifestyle town where professionals going to a black-tie event mix with a moose strolling down the street!