Go east on O'Malley, right at Hillside Drive, left at Upper Huffman to Glen Alps and into the parking lot for this ... More
Flattop Trail Hike
Go east on O'Malley, right at Hillside Drive, left at Upper Huffman to Glen Alps and into the parking lot for this trailhead. The total driving route is 12 miles from downtown and the hiking trail is about three miles round trip. Rated by some as easy, and others as difficult, in 1.5 miles you will gain 1,252 feet and experience short periods of "scrambling." Views from this peak are of the Alaska Range, Cook Inlet, Turnagain Arm and Anchorage; don't forget your camera.
Dimond Center calls itself "Alaska's Favorite Mall" for a reason. Stores include Butterfields, Ritz Cameras, Gottschalks, Gap and Baby Gap,
Old Navy, Northern Reflections, Track & Trail, Footlocker, the Walt Disney store and more. Several restaurants as well as ...
Part of the Anchorage walking tour, this house (circa 1915) was built by the self proclaimed "18th person" to walk
into Anchorage, Oscar Anderson. Restored in 1982, it is open for guided tours Memorial Day to Labor Day (approximately ...
The Alaska Native Heritage Center is remarkable for its programs, life sized village displays, craft making workstations and friendly, knowledgeable
Alaskan Native staff. This museum presents 11 distinct cultural groups of Alaska within its 26 acres and is a ...