Denis Dwyer

Wildlife Encounters: Kayaking the Inside Passage

Wildlife Encounters: Kayaking the Inside Passage

I was two days out of Shearwater, BC and paddling my kayak north through the maze of channels along the west coast of British Columbia and Southeast Alaska that form the famous Inside Passage. My route at this point had deviated from the common path taken by most commercial and recreational boaters and I was […]

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Cruising

Cruising

Trapper Creek, Alaska

Photograph by Edward A. Boudreau I heard that the Northern Lights would be active this night and I drove 3 hours from Anchorage to Trapper Creek to get this shot. It was my first attempt at capturing the lights and it was my first experience seeing them. I chose this location because of the open fields (150 mile […]

 Thomas Laussermair

Panamerican Peaks Project: Cycling from Alaska to Patagonia

Panamerican Peaks Project: Cycling from Alaska to Patagonia

Over the years I had been looking for an adventure trip that combines cycling and mountaineering. I had read about the Panamerican Highway, the world’s longest road from Alaska to Patagonia, a long-distance cycling classic through North, Central and South America. Likewise, the Seven Summits story of climbing all continent highpoints was very fascinating, albeit […]

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Mouth of the Matanuska Glacier

Mouth of the Matanuska Glacier

Mouth of the Matanuska Glacier, Alaska, United States Photograph by Dhilung Kirat Matanuska is a 27 mile long, 4 mile wide valley glacier, flowing just about a foot per day. It is located about 100 miles northeast of Anchorage, Alaska. This part of the glacier is hidden behind ice-walls, but crossing that wall totally worth […]

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Symphony of Lights

Symphony of Lights

Atigun Pass, Alaska

Photograph by Tom Charoensinphon   

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On the Denali Tundra

On the Denali Tundra

On the Denali Tundra, Denali National Park, Alaska, United States Photograph by Terry Lawson