The Alaska Triangle is bounded by the lines between Anchorage, Juneau, and Utqiagvik (the city formerly known as Barrow until 2016). The area encompasses tens of thousands of square miles of harsh terrain where bitterly cold temperatures and long periods of darkness in the winter are the norms. Since 1988, more than 16,000 people have gone missing, but the mysteries began long before then. What’s causing these mysterious disappearances?
Explore Alaska on an RV road trip, seeing Denali, Fairbanks, Valdez and everything in between.
During the winter months, a variety of outfitters offer dog-sledding experiences for all to enjoy.
Read on to discover Travel Channel's picks for North America's most scenic runs.
We'll find grown men riding tricycles in their underwear and bodacious burlesque dancers battling it out in Travel Channel's collection of extreme competitions.