Offers a daily run to Anchorage from May to September. It’s more than just public transportation: it’s one of the most famous rides in Alaska, complete with glaciers, steep gorges and rugged mountain scenery.
Buses from Anchorage to Seward.
This shuttle takes you to the trailhead for Anchorage's most-climbed peak: Flattop. It departs Downtown Bicycle Rental at 12:30pm daily, returning at 4:30pm.
Recommended fishing charter and water taxi. Will take you to Seldovia for a seven-hour tour that includes boat transport and time to explore the little town.
Hop-on-hop-off bus trolley between downtown and the spit.
This old-school railway line still connects Fairbanks to greater Alaska.
Ferries dock at Auke Bay Ferry Terminal, 14 miles northwest of downtown. In summer, the main-line ferries traversing the Inside Passage depart southbound weekly for Sitka ($65, nine hours), and three times a week fo…
Ketchikan’s excellent public bus system. There are two main lines: the Green Line runs from downtown and then north past the airport ferry. The Silver Line heads south past Saxman Village to Rotary Beach and north v…
Sitka’s public bus system runs on three lines and serves practically everywhere of interest to visitors. The only downsides: it doesn't stop at the airport (the last stop is about 0.75-miles short) and it doesn't ru…
Departure times and schedules vary, but in the height of the summer, they have sailings several times a week to Valdez ($78, six hours) and Cordova ($81, 6½ hours). The ferry terminal is beside the Triangle.