The state of Alaska is one of only two states without any state borders, along with Hawaii. The latter is one of the most breathtaking natural areas of the continent where you can find various species of plants and animals such as sheep, caribou, moose, brown bear and wolf. Two tourist attractions are the Aleutian Islands and Denali National Park.

Counties of

The state of Alaska is situated in the Pacific region, which borders with Canada southeast and is surrounded by the Arctic and Pacific Oceans. It has a population of 710,231 people distributed in 27 counties within an area of 1,067,424 miles square. It is the largest state of the nation. Its capital is Juneau.

Counties

Aleutians East Aleutians West Anchorage
Bethel Bristol Bay Denalí
Dillingham Fairbanks North Star Haines
Juneau Kenai Península Ketchikan Gateway
Kodiak Lsland Lake And Península Matanuska Susitna
Nome North Slope Northwest Arctic
Prince Wales Ketchikan Sitka Skagway Hoonah Angoon
Southeast Fairbanks Valdez Cordova Wade Hampton
Wrangell Petersburg Yakutat Yukon Koyukuk