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Anchorage is a perfect destination for adventure travellers

Anchorage is the perfect destination for adventure travellers, and tourists can get their adrenaline pumping by skiing the slopes at one of the many resorts. The Nordic Skiing Association offers cross-country ski trails, the Chugach Power Guides organises snow-cat skiing in the mountains, while Trek Alaska leads walkers on a hiking trail on foot through alpine passes.

Anchorage, in Alaska, is the state’s largest city, with numerous places of interest to visit. Hire a RV in USA and explore the area on one of its many marked out trails, spend a day at the zoo and see a moose, a grizzly bear or a bald eagle, or spend a morning at the Anchorage Museum of History and Art.

Attractions in the city are spread out and it is not possible to travel between attractions on foot. Hiring a camping car is a viable option to get around and the city, which is constructed on a grid system.

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Recommended Camping Van Parks and Drives in Anchorage

Seward Highway:

This road, also known as Highway 1, provides access to Girdwood and the Kenai Peninsula. Camper sites offer electricity, showers and parking spaces in Sterling and Homer.

Anchorage to Matanuska Valley:

Drive in a northeasterly direction along Glenn Highway. Attractions include Eklutna Lake and camper sites can be found in Palmer or Eagle River.

Portage Valley:

This route leads to the popular Portage Glacier attraction and if you drive to Whittier, you can see marine wonders. Portage Valley is an hour’s drive away and if you continue farther, the trip can take half a day. Camper sites are available in Anchorage or Portage Valley.

Driving Advice for Anchorage
Road network:

The grid system makes the city easy to navigate and a GPS device will help you find your destination. The roads are marked by numbers and letters, and the city is divided into areas such as downtown, midtown and South Anchorage. The city is accessible via the Lower 48 and George Parks Highway, with plenty of fuel stations along the way.

Speed limits:

Rural freeway: 112kph
Urban freeway: 104kph
Undivided rural roads:

Alcohol limits:

Drivers may not have a blood alcohol level higher than 0.08 per cent.

Safety:

Drive on the right side of the road and pass on the left. Sending text messages or making a phone call without a hands-free kit while you are driving is illegal and young children are not permitted to sit in the front.

Cost of fuel:

Fuel is less costly than in the UK. Savings can be made by planning your routes in advance and drive at a safe and constant speed.

Compare suppliers of camping van rental in Anchorage

Pick up an RV hire in Anchorage city centre or Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport before you set off to explore the local attractions. Compare prices online to save money. Options include the Class C Economy Mobile Home, the Class B Standard or the Class B Upgraded Motorhome.

Depot Details:

5401 Old Seward Highway
Anchorage
AK, United States

During the summer months Camper RV Hire offer Motorhome pickup between 1-5 p.m, Monday through. Camper1 offer FREE delivery to the airport or your hotel. Plese note meet and greet service is only available upto 17:00, if arriving after 17:00 we can make other arrangements next day delivery etc


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