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On his three trap lines, Tim Buechle takes muskrats, martin, wolverine, fox, coyote, river otter and beaver. 

Tara Young

“We're trying to catch tuna, mackerel, and other pelagics from the rocks and we’re constantly getting hammered by waves and hooking solid fish ... Basically our average days fishing were so much more exciting then a whole season of the best fishing shows on the telly, so a light just went off in our heads and we said we gotta make a fishing show.”

Tara Young
The nation’s northernmost national park says its new management plan will have to consider the effects of a new industrial road to the mining district of Ambler, the first road that would be constructed within its Maryland-sized boundaries.Megan Edge

The nation’s northernmost national park says its new management plan will have to consider the effects of a new industrial road to the mining district of Ambler, the first road that would be constructed within its Maryland-sized boundaries.

Alaska Dispatch News

Alyeska Resort mountain services manager Brian Burnett decided to head out on the Girdwood 5K cross-country skiing loop during a rainy day in Girdwood last week.

Alaska Dispatch News
The middle of the field in a dog race is filled with teams with a multitude of reasons to run. There is only going to be one person in the winners’ circle and one with the red lantern. The rest of us are here to make them what they are.John Schandelmeier
Running is a very easy shortcut to a badly needed mid-winter high. It’s cheap, no fancy gear is required, and it’s doable even on the ice and, yes, in Southcentral Alaska's lovely January rain. Alli Harvey

It's been an unusually warm stretch of January weather, leaving the Matanuska Valley and the Anchorage area with little snow.

Marc Lester
Now that snow has arrived, outdoors enthusiasts can enjoy snowmobiling, hunting, fishing and dog mushing.