The leaves are turning in many places across Southcentral. Even some parts of the state are reporting snowfall. It’s safe to say fall is officially in the air in Alaska. All you need is an extra layer of clothing to still have plenty of outdoor fun this month. Julie Saupe with Visit Anchorage joined Daybreak Tuesday with some fall-friendly outdoor activities for people of all ages.


“Now is a good time,” Saupe said. “There’s, you know, some opportunities that won’t be around much longer for this season, so take advantage of them. There’s other opportunities that it’s just a beautiful time of year to get out and see.”


These fall-friendly activities include:

    • Alaska Zoo: From now until October, three rescued bear cubs from Kodiak will be on display for the public.


    • Wildlife Cruises: Lazy Otter Charters sail out of Whittier and Major Marine sails out of Seward until Oct. 11.


    • Flight-seeing: Flight services are available year-round at places such as Rust’s, Regal Air and Alpine Air.


    • Zipline tours: Both Denali Zipline Tours in Talkeetna and Stoney Creek Canopy Tours in Seward are open until the end of September.

For more on Visit Anchorage, click here.



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