Explore America’s wildest state. Alaska does have breathtaking mountains and many Siberian huskies but tourists may be surprised to find that the Last Frontier is much more than a piece of land that borders Canada, braves cold climate for a big part of the year, and has lots of bears. Alaska, which is the biggest state in the country with more than 663,000 square miles, is home to some of the most magnificent terrains in the U.S.  Try husky dog sledding, stay in lodges in the woods, get close to polar bears, try ice fishing, and explore places only accessible by boat.