Alaska Apartment Rentals
Alaska is located in the northwestern region of the continent and is America's largest and most sparsely populated state. It is home to about 737,438 people, making it the 3rd least populated state. Alaska's capital is Juneau and it's largest city is Anchorage.
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Living in Alaska
As the largest state in the United State, the state of Alaska offers apartment residents a whole world of both recreation and arts to explore. As the "Land of the Midnight Sun," Alaska with its rich history is truly a unique state in which to find a home.
Alaska's major cities
Most of Alaska's population resides in a few major cities including Anchorage, Juneau, Fairbanks and Sitka. Juneau is home to the State Capitol, the Alaska Folk Festival and the University of Alaska Southeast. Anchorage is the largest city in the state in terms of population and offers several major attractions including museums, theaters and parks. You'll also find several academic institutions in Anchorage such as University of Alaska Anchorage and Alaska Pacific University.
Home of the Iditarod
Alaska is also well known for the Iditarod, a sled dog race that covers more than 1100 miles. Mushers and their teams leave Anchorage to cross the Alaskan terrain to the coveted victory in Nome. For more sled dog racing in addition to carnival rides, exhibits, shows, sports, a parade and festivities, check out the Fur Rondy in Anchorage. And, in the summer, don't miss out on the Alaska State Fair.
Legendary natural beauty
There is no doubt about it, the state of Alaska is beautiful. From glaciers and crystal waters to mountains and forests, the state does not lack views of nature at its finest. Denali National Park is one of the most popular outdoor attractions in the state and houses the tallest peak in North America - Mount McKinley. Or, take in the views along the coastline at Glacier Bay National Park.