The America's Scenic Rail Journeys: Great Alaska Train Adventure [DVD]

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The Great Alaska Train Adventure: Anchorage to Seward
A journey along the Alaskan Railroad is one of the most scenic destinations in America. Great Alaska Train Adventure: Anchorage to Seward begins its journey in Anchorage and heads towards Kenai Peninsula, through the Kenai mountains, and out into Resurrection Bay. Highlights include an aerial tour of Kenai Fjords National Park and killer whale, otter, and sea lion sightings. ~ Laura Mahnken, Rovi

The Great Alaska Train Adventure: Anchorage to Fairbanks
In the second part of the Great Alaska Train Adventure programs, viewers begin their train travel in Anchorage and weave their way north to Fairbanks. Along the way they make some interesting stops, such as a layover in a tiny town called Talkeetna. Here they meet some mountain climbers who use Talkeetna as a starting point for an adventurous climb up Mt. McKinley. Next stop is in Denlai National Park before ending the trip with a quick lesson about gold mining and river boating in Fairbanks. ~ Laura Mahnken, Rovi

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