With three mountain peaks and two bridges, this is an unforgettable opportunity.
Veilbreaker Skybridges opened this July, offering an adventure unlike any other in Alaska. The bridges span 600 feet total, connecting Mount Alyeska, Mighty Mite and Glacier Bowl.
The experience requires you to bring your ABCs: a sense of adventure, an admiration for Alaska’s beauty and courage. Everything else is covered! The experience includes a safety training, harness and helmet, a guided tour and a tram ride up and down the mountain.
For bird’s-eye views of Turnagain Arm, surrounding glaciers and the Chugach boreal forest, book this experience now.
– Emily Garlock, The Alaska 100
It’s best to visit the Great Smoky Mountains National Park from April-June and September-October. For Yellowstone, plan your visit for April-June and September-October. Head to Acadia in Maine in May-June and September-October.
Find out the best time to visit every national park based on nice weather, accessibility and fewer crowds by checking out the National Parks Experience blog.
Every national park is listed both alphabetically and by region on tables showing the three-seven best months to visit. You’ll also find links to stories on parks to visit in the spring, for fall foliage or winter wonderlands and summer island vacations.
– Staff report, The Travel 100