Anchorage City Spotlight

Having more espresso stands per capita than any other U.S. city, living in Anchorage's cold weather is made easy.


Witness the Northern Lights and recapture your sense of wonder, in Anchorage, Alaska. Known as “The Last Frontier”, Anchorage offers the opportunity to witness and live alongside nature in a way no other place can. Much larger than most people know, it is the size of Delaware. Anchorage has also experienced the largest North American earthquake at a 9.2 on the Richter Scale.

Experiencing Anchorage's subarctic climate is not as cold as most people imagine. During the summer, temperatures can range from 55-78 degrees Fahrenheit and during the winter they can range from 5-30 degrees Fahrenheit. Summers are typically mild but can rain frequently.

With over 300,000 residents, tourist is a main economic sector. Others include; transportation, military municipal, government, and resource extraction. Wild life and natural mountainous ranges bring in many tourists to the area.

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