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Seward Highway (Alaska) Photo Album

A Guide to Alaska's Seward Highway

Anchorage is at the north end of the Seward Highway, 127 miles from Seward. This photo was taken on 4th Avenue, the main tourist area.

Mile 115 - Potter Marsh: Part of the Anchorage Coastal Wildlife Refuge, Potter Marsh (often called Potter's Marsh) is a must-stop for bird watchers. At this point when southbound, you suddenly leave the city of Anchorage and are surrounded by Alaska wilderness.

Mile 110 - Beluga Point: This photo was taken in early August.

Mile - Girdwood: This photo was taken in mid-June.

Byron Glacier: This photo was taken in early August.

Mile 45 - Upper Summit Lake: The highway is spectacular even on a dull, rainy afternoon in mid-July.

Seward: People enjoy the sunshine on the square in front of the Sealife Center in early August.