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Millions of people move to Alaska every year, drawn by its vast landscape, including majestic mountain ranges, wildlife-rich areas, and protected land. Alaska offers endless adventure for outdoor enthusiasts, hunters, fishermen, kayakers, and outdoor entuasiasts at all times of the year.
 

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You can find tranquility and peace in Alaska if you are looking for an escape from urban life. You'll need to bring your vehicle, truck, or RV along with you as you travel through the rugged terrain and wind through the mountainous roads. How do you get your car there?

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What to consider when shipping a car in Alaska

It takes some planning to transport your vehicle, truck, or RV from Alaska or to Alaska. Before you start, make sure to consider all details, such as the destination, place of origin, and year. These factors can have an impact on your transport choices and costs.

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Because Alaska is remote, most drivers will have to travel longer and more complex routes to transport their vehicles. This can add distance, miles, and eventually dollars to the final transport cost. It is important to choose an auto transport company that has a reputation for providing excellent customer service and arranging to ship to Alaska.

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Choose the best Alaska auto transport company

To find a reliable transport company to move your truck or car, it is important to do your research. An auto transport broker will help you understand the process of car shipping and make sure your vehicle arrives in Alaska in top condition.

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Move Car Auto Transport, the top auto transport broker in America, has experience in arranging to ship in all 50 states including Alaska. From the initial quote to delivery of your vehicle, we provide personalized service. To get an estimate for Alaska car shipping, call and speak with one of our friendly customer service representatives.

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Fun facts about Alaska:

  • Alaska is 586,412 sq. miles larger than Texas, California, and Montana combined.

  • Alaska is home to 17 of the highest mountains in America. Denali, at 20,310 feet is North America's tallest mountain.

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  • Juneau, Alaska's capital is not accessible by road because of the rugged terrain. All goods must be flown in or out by boat or plane.

  • Alaska's state sport is dog mushing. It is possible to try it yourself, usually between November and March, if there is enough snow.

  • Alaska is a state that you might not think of as a beach destination, but it has more than 47,300 miles.

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Alaska tourist attractions:

  • Tourists can see wildlife including moose, brown bears, and the Tracy Arm Fjord, which is a popular stop on cruise ships and tours.

  • The University of Alaska Museum of the North is located in Fairbanks. It houses more than a million historic artifacts as well as archaeological finds.

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  • The Iditarod National Historic Trail, which stretches more than 2,300 miles from Nome to Seward, is most well-known for its Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. It offers views of glaciers and mountains, as well as wildlife sightings.

  • Seward is located on Resurrection Bay and boasts the Alaska Sealife Center as well as the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge, the Kenai Peninsula, and the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge.

  • Adventurers may find themselves at Mendenhall Glacier where they can kayak or raft among icebergs, and other local fauna such as porcupines and beavers.

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National parks in Alaska:

  • Denali National Park, located on North America's highest peak, is the most visited land attraction in the state. It is home to the unspoiled wilderness, wild animals, including Dall sheep, wolves, and caribou.

  • 60% of Kenai Fjords National Park is covered in snow and ice, including the huge Harding Icefield. You can kayak, camp, hike, cross country ski, or take a boat ride.

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  • Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve, which is located in a mining community, covers 13.2 million acres.

  • Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park commemorates the Gold Rush of 1897-1898. It includes Dyea, a ghost town, and Skagway.

  • Glacier Bay is one of the largest international protected areas in the world. It contains more than three million acres of mountains and glaciers, as well as a rainforest.

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