Tok is a beautiful Alaskan town that sits right at the junction of the Alaska Highway and the Glenn Highway. Its location between the Mentasta Mountains and the Alaska Mountain Range gives it stunning landscapes and a variety of wildlife. Known as the Sled Dog Capital of Alaska, there’s plenty of dog sport activity to look out for in this town. For those who delight in panoramic views, the flightseeing/glacier landing trip with Tok Air Service offers a quintessential Alaskan experience with sweeping icy expanses, snow-covered peaks and miles of uninhabited wilderness below. Park lovers can fly and explore the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park or the Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve, while outdoor enthusiasts can try bird watching, horseback riding, camping, hiking, and fishing in the area. The city has a Main Street Visitors Center which is said to be Alaska’s largest log structure and is also home to many museums, restaurants, shops.
Wrangell-St. Elias Flightseeing Tours
Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve
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Places: Whitehorse (1 day) → Haines Junction (2) → Tok (1) → Valdez (2) → Anchorage (2) → Denali National Park (2) → Fairbanks (1) → Tok (1) → Dawson City (2) → Whitehorse (1)
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Fox 'n Fireweed Cabins is a comfortable hotel located in Tok on Sundog Trail, a ten-minute drive from Tok Airport and a 3-hour drive from Fairbanks. Tucked into a peaceful, quiet setting among spruce trees, the hotel offers five cabins.