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Begin your visit to Fairbanks, Alaska here: This 3-hour Fairbanks tour is full of dog sledding adventure and fun.

Experienced guides showcase their Alaska sled dogs and share insights into the unique mushing (dog sledding)...

The quake dropped the entire plain bordering the sea by several feet, allowing high tide to soak the area.Residents soon relocated inland to a drier location.Like most websites Discovery sites use cookies to help you experience all the great content we have to offer.To find out more about cookies and how you can manage them, please see our privacy policy.The state's largest museum offers a compelling overview of Alaska’s history, art, culture and science.

Fairbanks is Alaska’s second largest city and combines modern amenities and technology with a frontier atmosphere.“Our camera guys deserve the lion’s share of the credit for the show being what it is,” says “Alaska” executive producer Brian Catalina.“Not only are they telling the story and operating the camera, they’re doing everything you see the participants in the show do — which is unbelievably physically demanding.” In the competition reality series — returning Sunday night at 9 with a special two-hour episode — four teams are dropped into the Alaskan wilderness to compete in a series of often-death-defying challenges, including scaling glaciers.The original town site was founded on Turnagain Arm near the mouth of Glacier Creek.The March 27, 1964 earthquake, measuring 8.2 on the Richter scale, caused considerable damage along Turnagain Arm.See rare aircraft dating back to WWI, historic photographs, artifacts, maps, newspaper accounts, aviators' clothing, and films.