Denali is the United States' third-largest national park, covering North America's highest mountain in the northern section of the Alaska Range.
The fjord is located within the Tongass National Forest's Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness.
The park's panoramic views include the 700-square-mile Harding Icefield's several glaciers as well as a deserted coastline.
This city is next to the magnificent Chugach State Park, which spans approximately half a million acres.
The Alaska Highway, also known as the Alaska-Canada Highway or Alcan Highway, goes from Dawson Creek in British Columbia (Canada) to Delta Junction near Fairbanks in the Yukon Territory
The most popular way to see the fjords is to take a trip on a large ship, charter boat, or private yacht. Stopping off the highway in Haines, Skagway, or Hyder is another option.
It runs from Seward to Fairbanks, aided in the development of Anchorage from a tent town to what it is now, and it also served as a vital transportation route during World War II.
The Dalton Highway runs for over 400 kilometers through Alaska's Far North, eventually arriving in Prudhoe Bay.
The Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center offers views of both the glacier and the iceberg-strewn seas, with trails leading to the thundering Nugget Falls and the massive ice mass.
The Alaskan Peninsula, which extends from the southwest mainland to the Bering Sea, is home to Brooks Falls and Katmai National Park.
Seward's journey is just as enticing as the small town itself. The Seward Highway is the only means to get to the village from Anchorage.