Angelo Wilke-Page hopes to become the first person to circumnavigate the world from north to south solely under human power. As a training run, he's first circling the globe from east to west.Emily Russell | KNOM

Ricko DeWilde is one of 14 siblings who grew up trapping and hunting in Huslia. Nowadays, he lives in Fairbanks and travels back to the village each autumn to hunt for his family and village elders.

Tara Young
On Wednesday, more than a dozen avalanches were observed at Hatcher Pass, north of Palmer. It was the most active avalanche day this season, and most were human-triggered.Megan Edge
My husband and I said we’d get to the trail head at 10 a.m. It was 10:45 a.m. and I was wearing all-black long underwear and purple wool socks in the kitchen, throwing chunks of cheese in a plastic bag and calling it lunch. The tea kettle shrieked.Alli Harvey
Canadian professional skier Ian McIntosh somehow survived a 1,600-foot, head-over-heels-over-head-over-heels tumble lasting nearly a minute in the Neacola Range.Mike Campbell
Alaska Dispatch News
Goshawks are one of the larger hawks and judging by the number of young birds in the Delta Junction and Paxson areas, they’ve had a successful breeding season.  Goshawks do well in areas with heavy cover so the Delta area is ideal habitat.John Schandelmeier
Find outdoors events for November 12 through 17.Alaska Dispatch News

Turnagain Elementary School first graders participate in a Schools on Trails celebration of a new mushing-themed interpretive trail on Thursday, Nov. 5, 2015 at Balto Seppala Park. 

Erik Hill

Night skies lit up early Wednesday morning during the second night of what is looking to be an especially active week for the aurora borealis.

Tara Young
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