A visit to Alaska can be spectacular in any season, and each will bring its own wonder. Most RV travelers make their way here for the amazing summers and will depart as fall and cooler temperatures quickly set in. We were fortunate that we could stay long enough to see the full transition from summer to fall.
Our travels had looped us around Alaska’s interior and brought us back once again to Fairbanks for a final set of northern Alaska adventures. We were back here in the fall because Fairbanks is one of the best places to see the Northern Lights, but you need dark skies which our first visit in mid-summer lacked.
This time we were not alone, as a crew from Battle Born Batteries had joined us to see for themselves how the battery bank they’d helped us install for this expedition was performing, get a first-hand experience of what RVing in Alaska was like, and *hopefully* catch a glimpse of some of Alaska’s natural wonders!
Chena Hot Springs
Aurora Ice Museum
Arctic Northern Lights Flight Tour!
What is the Aurora Borealis?
Visiting the North Pole
Denali National Park