Explore Alaska by Train
Alaska’s wild beauty, abundant wildlife and colorful culture offer great appeal to those looking to travel off the beaten track on a Self Drive Road Trip or Alaska Train Vacation.
Alaska Railroad is by far the best way to do so, from the rugged mountains of Denali National Park and the calving glaciers of Prince William Sound to the wildlife-rich waters of Kenai Fjords.
Depending on where you start your trip, your Alaska train vacation will include at least one route aboard the legendary Alaska Railroad.
In 1903, the privately-owned Alaska Central Railway began constructing the rail line in Seward and created a route that extended 50 miles north.
Today, the Alaska Railroad stretches much further - 470 miles north to Fairbanks via Denali National Park.
In fact, the railroad was the catalyst behind the tourism boom in the national park, and continues to bring hundreds of thousands of travelers through every year.
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