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Sample Trips

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Sample Trips

Our blog series, How They Got Lost, features tips from a few of our past renters on planning and traveling in a campervan, and why their trips were so worth it! We’ve also got a few examples of driving distances between Alaskan towns (it’s farther than you think!) to help with your planning, and we’re available if you have more specific questions.

Where will you Get Lost?

How They Got Lost – The Collins Family

Backcountry cabins, water taxis, day hikes and brewery tours: The Collins family did it all during an adventurous week this June, when the family of four made their way across the Kenai Peninsula in a travel van. The latest installment of How They Got Lost features the itinerary and highlights of their summer road trip!

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How They Got Lost – Sarah & Brian

"We took our coffee down to the shore and spent the morning whale watching. Never in my life did I think I'd be watching whales from a campground." This installment of How They Got Lost features Sarah & Brian, and their itinerary and highlights, including whale watching from their campsite!

Driving Distances

Sheep MountainDistance from Anchorage to popular Alaska towns and destinations:

Girdwood: 36 miles/58 kilometers

Whittier: 60 miles/96 kilometers

Cooper Landing: 102 miles/164 kilometers

Seward: 127 miles/204 kilometers

Homer: 221 miles/355 kilometers

Soldotna: 147 miles/236 kilometers

Kenai: 157 miles/252 kilometers

Palmer: 52 miles/83 kilometers

Wasilla: 44 miles/71 kilometers

Talkeetna: 114 miles/183 kilometers

Denali National Park Entrance: 239 miles/384 kilometers

Valdez: 300 miles/483 kilometers

Fairbanks: 359 miles/577 kilometers

Tok: 318 miles/512 kilometers

Willow: 70 miles/113 kilometers

Matanuska Glacier: 97 miles/156 kilometers

Glennallen: 180 miles/290 kilometers

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