Amazing Alaskan Beaches You Can Have to Yourself
When we think of beaches in the U.S., our minds are often drawn towards sun-drenched spots in California, Hawaii and Florida. Thoughts of Alaska tend to conjure up images of a hostile wilderness made up of fjords, forests, mountains, and volcanoes. That said, Alaska’s coastline is longer than the combined total of the nation’s other 49 states. It covers 6,640 miles and extends to a mind-boggling 33,904 miles when including all of the islands. This is great news for beach lovers because there’s hundreds to explore. Best of all, many are often deserted.