Category: Outdoors & Recreation

The Worst Hunter in Alaska – Part II

At the end of part 1 I had just done one of the stupidest things in my whole life. After shooting myself in the leg, I was on and off of crutches for two years or more. I was also in and out of the hospital, undergoing several […]

Exploring the Kennecott Mines

The Kennecott Mines A group explores the historical mining operations Article by Brian Weed | Photos by Brian Weed and Joe McCabe It all started in the summer of 1900. “Tarantula” Jack Smith and Clarence L. Warner were exploring in the Wrangell Mountains, northeast of Valdez near Kennicott […]

Booty Road – Part II

Walking the Iditarod Trail – The Long Journey to Nome By Denis Douglas As you may recall from the first part of my story , I was walking to Nome following the Iditarod Trail with a goal to raise money for a friend who was diagnosed with a brain […]

Denis between Iditarod mushers Joe Runyan and Doug Swingley.

Booty Road – The First to Walk the Iditarod Trail

Denis Douglas made it to the Yukon River (Ruby) two days before Iditarod front runners, Joe Runyan and Doug Swingley.   Booty Road – The First to Walk the Iditarod Trail by Denis Douglas   The sun got hotter as I walked, and sweat rolled down my back […]

Becoming An Outdoor Woman

Where can you learn how to ice fish, cast a fly, shoot clay pigeons, target shoot with a bow, ski down a hill, skin a black bear, or drive a dogsled all in one weekend? The annual Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) Winter Workshop, of course. This year’s winter […]

Marathon

Our main objective on our way to Seward last summer was to climb Mount Marathon. After numerous trips to Seward throughout the years, we decided it was time to tackle the famous route of the annual 4th of July, Mount Marathon Race. The mountain has some horror stories […]

Top 3 Stories of 2016

Last Frontier Magazine’s top 3 stories of 2016: (Click on link to visit story) 1. My Life As An Alaskan Trucker by Maraley McMichael A day later, in Athabaska, it was minus 45°F and it took me two hours to warm up the truck… 2. Whiteout by Gil Hjellen Another massive […]

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