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Many travelers would be surprised to find that the Last Frontier is much more than a Canadian-connected land mass with a chilly climate and a whole lot of wildlife. The 49th state takes mountainous terrain to an entirely new level; the pointy peaks go on for miles and miles from flightseeing to wildlife watching and world-class fishing, Alaska offers unique activities. Some highlights include kayaking excursions in Kenai Fjords National Park, Skagway’s quaint and historic frontier-style Main Street and heli-skiing adventures in Haines. Alaska hosts a handful of road races throughout the year and many of them boast unique themes and courses.