Alaska is a great destination to be explored on board the Alaska Railroad and on the road. The port town Seward is a great location to start your vacation in Alaska after arriving by the Alaska Ferry or cruise ship. Sit back and let us connect your trip  to a rich diversity of people and places throughout Alaska. Our spectacular train routes connect visitors from Seward to amazing destinations along the way including Anchorage, Talkeetna, Denali National Park and Fairbanks. Hop on for one leg, or sit back and relax for the whole journey, then pick up your rental car and discover Alaska and Yukon on the road. If you’re interested in spectacular scenery, you’ll be thrilled with the magnificent sights offered throughout your Alaska vacation. You’ve seen photos of Denali National Park —now’s your chance to hike in it. You’ve seen pictures of Bears catching salmon at Brooks Falls —now’s your chance to observe them just at a hundred yard distance. You’ve heard of the White Pass & Yukon Railroad, traveling to White Pass summit —now is your chance to ride it and enjoy this truly unique experience. You might have read about the famous Kenai King Salmon—now’s your chance to catch one. Contact your Alaska Travel Experts today and create the vacation of your dreams !

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RSSE01 - Alaska At A Glance - Road & Rail Vacation

06 Days
Seward
Anchorage
Arriving into Seward by Cruise Ship or Alaska Ferry ? And want to explore more of Alaska ?? Then we have the perfect Alaska rail and driving tour ready for you. Observe grizzly bears, moose and caribou in their natural undisturbed habitat, take a cruise to Columbia Glacier or try your luck fishing for salmon. 

 

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RSSE02 - Classic Alaska Road & Rail Trip

09 Days
Seward
Anchoraage
Discover the highlights of Seward during a city tour and Kenai Fjords glacier & wildlife cruise. Then board the luxury Alaska Railroad via Denali to Fairbanks. Next fly to Kennicott & McCarthy located deep in Wrangell - St. Elias National Park and explore Kennicott Mine. Hike to Root and Matanuska Glacier.