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The climate varies across Alaska and according to the season. There are four distinct seasons in all regions, but actual temperatures and humidity varies.
T-shirts, flannel shirts, light-weight long sleeves and turtlenecks are all good options to pack and layer.
A fleece or pile jacket and/or a wool sweater are great to layer for extra warmth.
A pack is useful to take along on the many opportunities for day hikes in Alaska. We also recommend bringing along a quart water bottle, too.
You will want to bring a couple pairs of comfortable and durable pants. We recommend bringing along a pair of shorts, just in case.
A brimmed hat is recommended for sun protection, and a wool hat is always nice to have handy.
Binoculars, headlamp/flashlight, sunscreen and sunglasses
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