These free, printable travel maps of Alaska are divided into three regions:
Explore Alaska with these helpful travel maps from the first edition of Moon Anchorage, Denali & the Kenai Peninsula.
Travel Maps of Alaska
Anchorage and Vicinity
Anchorage is home to nearly half the state’s population, an international airport, and a multitude of cultural attractions. Especially notable are the Anchorage Museum, the largest museum in the state, and the Alaska Native Heritage Center.
Denali National Park and Vicinity
Alaska’s most loved national park, Denali National Park is 175 air miles north of Anchorage. The park’s crowning jewel is 20,320-foot Mount Denali.
Extending south and west from Anchorage, the Kenai Peninsula is a recreational paradise, with fishing, hiking, rafting, sightseeing, and camping options galore. The peninsula is dominated by Chugach National Forest, Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, and Kenai Fjords National Park. The last of these is based in Seward, where you can join boat or kayak trips, visit the Alaska SeaLife Center, or hike to Exit Glacier.
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