Welcome to Planet Earth Adventures webcam page. Below are some of our favorite views of Alaska. Most of the webcam images on this page refresh every 30 seconds. For a manual refresh, hit the F5 key on your computer or refresh your browser. These webcams are from outside & separate sites, so Planet Earth Adventures is not responsible for their content nor their operation. Some webcams go off-line fairly often, so check back later if a particular view is not working. Click on the webcam images below to view larger.
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Here are Some of Our Favorite Webcams . . .
Downtown Anchorage looking over 4th Avenue. This is the staging area and starting line for the Iditarod Race. Please visit http://www.iditarod.com for event details.
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Another view of downtown Anchorage looking over 4th Avenue. This is the staging area and starting line for the Iditarod Race. Please visit http://www.iditarod.com for event details.
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View of Denali (Mt. McKinley) from Wonder Lake. Denali is 6 million acres of wild land where you can see relatively low-elevation taiga forest that gives way to high alpine tundra and snowy mountains, culminating in North America's tallest peak, 20,320' Mount McKinley.
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For more information about Denali National Park & Preserve, CLICK HERE.
The Homer Webcam is positioned on West Hill, overlooking the world famous Homer Spit, located at the "End of the Road" with Beautiful Kachemak Bay and the Kenai Mountain Glacier Fields in the background.
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Mount Susitna is about 10 air miles west of Anchorage across the Cook Inlet and rises to an elevation of 4,396 feet above sea level. This mountain sits between the Chugach Range to the south of Anchorage and the Alaska Range to the north. Visible in the foreground is the Small Boat Dock and the Cook Inlet.
Mount Susitna is also known to most Anchorage residents as The Sleeping Lady because it looks like a sleeping maiden with her arms folded across her chest.
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This is Main Street in Nome. The finish line of the Iditarod Race. The image automatically refreshes every 30 seconds, or you can manually refresh it by hitting F5 on your computer.
PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO THE HIGH NUMBER OF USERS VIEWING THIS WEBCAM DURING THE RACE FINISH. THE WEBCAM MAY BE TEMPORARILY OFF-LINE AT TIMES.
Please do not call us if this happens. Check back later!
View of the Turnagain Arm near Potter Marsh. This view looks towards the Kenai Peninsula and the Kenai Mountains. This is the Seward Highway which stretches between Anchorage & Seward. In 2000, the road was designated as an All-American Road, or National Scenic Byway.
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