Moving to Alaska can be a big adventure. Alaska is cooler and has more snow than most other places, and winter nights get pretty long.
Anchorage combines the conveniences of the modern age with the freedom and adventure of living on the edge of a vast, unspoiled wilderness
Anchorage is a decent-sized city with all the amenities of other mid-sized cities, and for most people it is only 5 minutes from the “The Last Frontier.” It is, wild, remote, and certainly not for everyone.
The coldest temperature ever recorded in the U.S. was recorded in Alaska, 80 degrees below zero Fahrenheit. The highest mountain in North America, Mt. McKinley, is here. There are thousands of acres of virtually uninhabited land and, in the winter, very few hours of daylight.
If you are a rugged frontiersman, Alaska offers an unparalleled retirement with some of the greatest scenery and most spectactular outdoor recreation of any place on earth.