The Alaska Railroad
stretches 470 miles from Seward on the south-central Kenai Peninsula, to the northern "golden heart" city of Fairbanks. Along the way, the train travels through some of the most scenic and rugged territory in Alaska, including Denali National Park, Denali State Park, and Chugach National Forest. The Alaska Railroad runs two primary passenger services during the summer season. On the rail north of Anchorage, the Denali Star
operates daily between Fairbanks, Denali, Talkeetna and Anchorage. To the south, the Coastal Classic
operates daily between Anchorage and Seward.
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