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Thanks to its position directly beneath the auroral oval, Alaska offers visitors the best possible chance of viewing the spectacular Aurora Borealis.The season in Alaska extends from late August through late April.The Iditarod, the Last Great Race on Earth, is a thrilling journey over 1,150 miles of the planet's most striking scenery. Pictured here is the view from Dead Dog Hill, a rest area and ideal location for spotting moose, caribou and trumpeter swans.Along the way, racers (both dog and humans) face sub-zero temperatures, harsh winds, long days and many hours of darkness. The White Pass & Yukon Train was built in 1898 as part of the Klondike Gold Rush.
The home, restored to how it looked in its 1930s glory days, now functions as a historic house museum.
One of the most surreal experiences you can have in Alaska is entering an ice cave, on foot or in a kayak.
One of the most popular ice caves (and one of the most dangerous) lies beneath Mendenhall Glacier.
Toroweap Point, pictured here, overlooks a 3,000-foot vertical drop.
While the Grand Canyon might be the most famous attraction in Arizona, equally beautiful is Antelope Canyon, a slot canyon in the Navajo Nation.
Kodiak Island, the second largest island in the USA after Hawaii, is larger than both Delaware and Rhode Island combined. Today, it takes visitors on a breathtaking trip past mountains, glaciers, waterfalls, trestles and tunnels, climbing 3,000 feet in just 20 miles.