Alaska Railroad Destinations

The Alaska Railroad spans almost 500 miles with stops at many of Alaska's most popular destinations - as well as a few that are a little more off the beaten path. From Anchorage to Denali, Fairbanks and Spencer Glacier, the Alaska Railroad will get you where you need to go and it will be a wonderful train experience on the way.

Alaska Railroad Destinations and Route Map
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Anchorage: Alaska’s largest city and the hub for Alaska Railroad passenger service.

Denali National Park: Home to Denali, North America’s tallest peak – as well as a healthy population of grizzly bears, moose, caribou, wolves and more.

Fairbanks: Known for a vibrant gold rush history, the “Golden Heart City” is the northernmost destination served by the Alaska Railroad.

Girdwood: A year-round resort town, Girdwood is home to a world-class ski resort and gorgeous glacier and mountain views.

Portage: This area at the head of Turnagain Arm is home to an excellent wildlife conservation center, and serves as the final opportunity to board the Glacier Discovery Train before the tracks veer into the backcountry.

Seward: This charming seaside town is the southern terminus of the Railbelt and the gateway to spectacular Kenai Fjords National Park.

Spencer Glacier Whistle Stop: Developed in partnership with the Chugach National Forest Service, this backcountry paradise is only accessible by train.

Talkeetna: This quirky village is rich in history and character – and on a clear day, the views of Denali are incredible.

Whittier: A tiny port town on the far side of a mountain tunnel, Whittier serves as the jumping off point for Prince William Sound.

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