The Last Frontier, wild and hostile, is what we call the ultimate territory seized during the great conquest of the West. A gigantic state in the United States from the Far North bordering the Arctic Ocean to the north and Pacific, Alaska is a land where nature reigns supreme. Those who live there consider themselves much more Alaskan than Americans: they have developed a way of life made up of multiple traditions to adapt to the climate, the certainty that after the harsh polar winters always follow a resplendent explosion of colours and life. The Alaskan tourist guide offers orientation trails in the heart of this pristine and majestic part of the world. Anchorage is to the south, from where roads lead to Valdez or to the Kenai Peninsula with its fishing ports, with the Alaska Peninsula and Katmai Park, the brown bear sanctuary, off the bay. In the centre, the 6,190 m of Mount Denali gushes out, watching Fairbanks and its trapper cabins. As you cross the Arctic Circle, you can see incredible Northern Lights and whales, seals and polar bears evolve. On Nome Beach, we think back to the first American tribes crossing the Bering Strait, then to the adventurous gold panners, while to the southeast, Orthodox sacred architecture takes us back to the distant Russian past. Finally, in Juneau, the sublime fjords lead the way to the heart of the Passage Intérieur.... Alaska is a treasure chest, whose nature has the keys.