I have defined this region of Alaska by its relative accessibility — a sparse network of all-weather roads link the city of Anchorage to its surroundings, the Alaska Highway to Canada, and the coastal ferry routes. Within that area are several national parks and many of the most famous sights in Alaska. The Kenai Peninsula is like a miniature version of the state, with glaciers, coastal scenery, history, and wildlife easily accessible.
Choose one of the localities from the Table of Contents below to see thumbnail images of the panoramas.
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