World’s Most Jaw-Dropping Train Rides
Skip the plane. Skip the car. It’s time for an epic journey by rail. Take in views of the Canadian Rockies, the Alaskan wild and more. Warning: The views may cause extreme jaw-drop. All aboard!Filed under:
Alaska Railroad, GoldStar Service
The best way to see Alaska is by rail, and this rail line proves it. Double-decker dome cars allow passengers to take in sights via multiple locations: Step onto an outdoor balcony or settle into a seat on the upper level’s interior space. Operating mid-May through mid-September, the railroad travels between Anchorage and Fairbanks, with stops in Wasilla, Talkeetna and the 6 million-acre wild land of Denali National Park.
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