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Sporting Goods Shop
“Need camping, hiking, boating, fishing etc. REI has it all and you can rent stuff there as well. ”
32lokala rekommendationer
Bicycle Store
“Girdwood’s local ski & Bike shop. Includes apparel, gifts and accessories. Rent hybrid, mountain and downhill bikes for numerous trails around the Girdwood valley. Friendly staff will show you where the best trails are. Ask them for recommendations on where to ride. ”
9lokala rekommendationer
Kontor
“Very affordable, yet not entirely reliable/quick mode of transportation. I can help you figure out bus times and routes if you need!”
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Transit Station
“You can’t drive to Whittier without going through the tunnel. North America’s longest tunnel at 2.5 miles. It is shared with the railroad and has scheduled vehicle usage. Check schedule on website.”
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Pier
“Opportunity to see glaciers and wildlife. Drive through an historic tunnel to the quaint town of Whittier. Reservations highly recommended.”
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Bus Station
“People Mover is the bus system, but we also have bicycles available, including fat tire bikes in winter. ”
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Bus Station
“Excellent Alaskan native arts collection. First Fridays free general admission!”
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Airport
“This is the airport and one of the busiest ports in the US! This is also probably your best bet to find a rental car of your choosing.”
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Bus Station
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Bus Station
“City bus system. Runs daily and hourly. Secondary transit hub for south Anchorage.”
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Bus Station
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Rental Car Location
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Rental Car Location
“Two blocks from Wanderer's on Spenard-linked with Dollar. I don't believe you get a deal renting here versus the airport. It is so close to the airport they may consider it still an airport location.”
2lokala rekommendationer
Bicycle Store
“Local bicycle shop. These guys love to help you, but are known for their fatbikes. Yes, the ones with the huge tires that you can ride anywhere.”
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Tågstation
“The Alaska Railroad snakes through the magnificent North American landscape with such poise and ease, one may feel like they are floating. This is a relaxing and enchanting experience that offers you the opportunity to take in the beauty of astounding, awe-inspiring Alaska. They offer one-day railroad excursions that take you from Anchorage due south towards Seward. Alternatively, you can travel further south towards Whittier onto the Kenai Mountains and Spencer Glacier. If you wish to experience Alaska’s frozen north then jump aboard the Denali Star that will transport you to Talkeetna, Denali National Park and onto far-flung Fairbanks. ”
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Airport
“*Private float plane rides. Operating continuously and open to the public, Lake Hood is the world's busiest seaplane base, handling an average of 190 flights per day. It is located on Lake Hood next to Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, 3 miles from downtown Anchorage. The base has an operating control tower, and during the winter months the frozen lake surface is maintained for ski-equipped airplanes. http://www.alaska.org/guide/lake-hood-walking-tour-a-look-around-the-worlds-busiest-seaplane-base”
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