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Into the Alaskan Wilderness Post 2

Another impressive point on the railroad was Hurricane Gulch. As the train slowed down, I couldn’t believe my eyes. We were crossing a canyon on a steel trestle spanning 918 feet. And we were some 296 feet above a glacier fed creek. I looked out, then I looked down. Then I caught my breath.

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Into the Alaskan Wilderness Post 1

Take a journey on the Alaska Railroad, which covers more than 500 miles between the town of Seward on the Southern coast and Fairbanks in the North interior. You’ll find that it leads to Denali National Park and breathtaking views of Mt. McKinley, the highest peak in North America.

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