Motel 6 Anchorage-Midtown

5000 A St, Highway 1 East/Seward Highway, Anchorage, Alaska, 99503, United States
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Anchorage vs Seward for day cruise

by BobandHua

We're going to be flying into Anchorage spending a few days then onto Seward this July and are a little torn as to what to do & where. Both places look fantastic as bases to see things. We will arrive late on 24th and stay thru the 31st then on to Florida. We live in China and this 1/2 family vacation (Alaska) and half annual family visit (FL).
Planning so far for Anchorage: Float plane trip to view Bears, Jetboat trip, Stay at B & B (Mangy Moose)

Planning so far for Seward: Kenai Fjords cruise, some easy kayaking, stay at Princess lodge or Fox?? Fox's prices are up there, is it worth it? Princess seemed nice.

Wondering, if we're going to to the Jetboats in ANC is it worth doing the 26 Glacier cruise there too? Keeping in mind that as we live in China we are going to be under some heavy duty jetlag and it might be rough doing too long a day and our 9 year old might not be able to keep up (or we with him more likely) Last year at Yellowstone we were awake at 04:00AM and dead to the world at three in the afternoon.
Anyone compare the Helicopter to glacier dog sled adventures? Which are better the ones out of Seward or Anc?

PS I'll post same in Seward forum

Re: Anchorage vs Seward for day cruise

by USanFrancisco

Alaska is too big to have a base. I would rent an RV and do it that way. The cities in Alaska arn't very interesting nor appealing, it's all about nature. Rent or buy some fishing equipment, store it in the RV and do a road trip. You will see many pristine rivers and creeks along the way that are full of salmon. Instead of paying hundreds of dollars getting a charter, do as the locals and pull over and start fishing.

Anchorage to Seward

Seward to Hidden Lake

Hidden Lake to Homer

Homer to Soldotna

Soldotna to Anchorage

The Milepost is a great guidebook for Alaska. Use it for RV park sites.

Re: Anchorage vs Seward for day cruise

by pcg821

We were going do dog sled out of Seward but was canceled due to bad weather that morning so ended up do glacier landing from Denali National Park few days later and it was great.When you book helicopter tours best to book in afternoon has many Alaskan morning around Seward area are foggy with low clouds with good chance of flight begin canceled.The Kenia Fjord day cruise was very good,I like much more then cruise on Prince William Sound from Whittier.Kenia Fjords has more wildlife plus we seen 2 whales on our cruise.The 26 glacier is not from Anchorage it is from Whittier.I have tip on my Alaska page about helicopter tour and fly in fishing if you like salmon fishing.

Re: Anchorage vs Seward for day cruise

by onebadcat

The 26 Glacier Cruise is offered by Phillips and even though they are based in Anchorage the cruise leaves fro Whittier.

Travel Tips for Anchorage


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Anchorage is one of the most...

by SharonSS

Anchorage is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It is unique in that there is no part of the city for Spanish or Chinese or Eskimo. We are all heterogeneously grouped. Each neighborhood is likely to have a wonderful variety of folks to learn from. Even though half the people of Alaska live in Anchorage it still seems to have a small town feel in that folks care about each other. We love the variety of shops and sections of our town. Anchorage serves the bush areas of Alaska so you can always see and find out about all the things going on in our vast state. We love the snow covered mountains surrounding us and the easy access to parks no matter where you are in Anchorage. We are always just an hour or two away from wilderness or the sea. The wonderful caring people of Anchorage are the best thing about it.

Kaladi coffee from New Sagaya market

by katmai

Locals appreciate the espresso, pastries, and gourmet food choices of New Sagaya markets. There are two located in Anchorage. At the downtown location a quaint seating area is set up outdoors to enjoy the beautiful, Alaskan, summer sunshine.

A Great City for Hiking and Cross-country Skiing

by Stephen-KarenConn

Anchorage has more than 120 miles of paved bike and multi-use trails and 85 miles of summer non-paved hiking trails. Residents and visitors alike can enjoy 130 miles of winter walkways that are plowed, more than 100 miles of groomed ski trails, 24 miles of lighted ski trails, and 36 miles of mushing trails.

One afternoon I hiked about half of the 11-mile Tony Knowles Coastal Trail and thoroughly enjoyed the scenic views of Knik Arm, Cook Inlet, the city skyline, wildlife and late summer wildflowers. The web link below gives information and maps of the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail and two other popular Anchorage trails.

Mirror Lake

by PA2AKgirl

Though quite small, Mirror Lake is a nice place to stop. Here, there is fishing (stocked trout) but I think a better thing to do is just have a picnic. The reason it’s called Mirror Lake is not baffling…the reflection of the mountains in the water makes for a perfect picture. Since there are lots of other larger fishing areas and bodies of water around, in the lesser touristy seasons, you’ll likely be alone. For kids (and for me!), there’s swings right at the waters edge.

It's on the Glenn Highway after Peters Creek


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Address: 5000 A St, Highway 1 East/Seward Highway, Anchorage, Alaska, 99503, United States