Susan Butcher was one of the first women to win the annual dogsled race named the Iditarod. She was a very famous woman in Alaska because she won the race 4 times before she died of cancer. Today her husband David Munson has the house
Alaskan passenger trains only run in the summer as, in the winter, the train is only used to transport goods. Making the trip by train to Fairbanks in the summer though is a must-do because it's a beautiful trip with amazing views.
Every year on June 21 at midnight there is a baseball game at the Growden Memorial Park in Fairbanks, Alaska without artificial lights. The city team are Goldpanners and they always play this game. It's amazing how sunlight at
This cruise is not very long, but it is certainly fun. The boat is from 1950 and the Binkley of Fairbanks family are the ones who now run the activities of the boat. It passes slowly through the Chena and Tanana Rivers.The views are
The El Dorado Gold Mine is just one of many mines that exist in the interior of Alaska, near Fairbanks. This mine has a train that takes you around the mine so you can see how what gold mining used to look like and what gold mining
If you're ever in Fairbanks do this! A once in a lifetime chance to join a reindeer herd and play reindeer games. This is not a pen visit, it's walking with the herd. Open all year long, by appointment.