Book Review: Denali Ranger, by Lew Freedman

Denali Ranger is an inspiring biography about a man who dedicated most of his life to North America’s highest peak, Denali, and the land surrounding it. In many ways, it is a love story. As a national park ranger on 20310-foot Denali for nearly 40 years, Roger Robinson became a major figure in the mountain’s history by pioneering a new environmental ethos in climbing management: removing waste from the slopes, or “cleaning” the mountain.

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If photographing the aurora borealis, also known as the northern lights, is on your bucket list of things to accomplish, Alaska is the right place to be, and Eagle River, especially during optimal viewing conditions, can be the place to watch some of the most spectacular displays - rivaling any seen across the circumpolar north.

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Affinity Films: Fourteen Follows the lives of Six Alaskan Children

October 2, 2017, at the Beartooth Theatrepub, documentary filmmaker Mary Katzke brings us a new treasure, Fourteen. In her new film, Katzke has brought to life a beautiful, visual moving portrait of

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Book Review: The Bond

Reviewer clichés like “page turner” and “cannot put it down” come easily when describing The Bond - Survival on Denali and Mount Huntington.

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Cold, Heat, Wind: Three Exceptional Reads, All About Nature’s Pervasive Forces

In all three books, Streever delves deeply into the natural world with the sophisticated acumen of a biologist, yet with the wonder and curiosity of a child

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“Alaska Range” Takes Our Eyes Where Our Feet May Never Trod

In his new book, Alaska Range, award-winning photographer Carl Battreall and seven Alaskan writers and adventurers share beauty of this truly wild place.

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