The consumer disclosure, as required by Alaska real estate law, provides you with an outline of the duties to be carried out by a real estate licensee and outlines her/his responsibilities to you. This document is not a contract, but you will need to sign this pamphlet.
By signing this document, you are simply acknowledging that you have read the information in this disclosure and understand the relationship between you, as a consumer, and a real estate licensee.
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- Chugach State Park - massive park with coastline, mountains, glaciers, and lakes, plus camping, a ski area, and nature center.
- Alyeska Resort & Hotel Alyeska - high-end ski resort with refined quarters, plus an aerial tram, spa, and chic mountaintop dining.
- Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center - refuge for sick, wounded, and orphaned animals that offers visitors a chance to see wildlife up close.
- Anchorage Museum - Alaskan artifacts and artworks, plus a kid-friendly, hands-on science center and planetarium.
- Alaska Zoo - zoo exhibiting a wide range of native Alaskan mammals and birds, plus exotics such as tigers and camels.
- Alaska Native Heritage Center - exhibits, films, and demonstrations of native culture, plus a woodland area with traditional dwellings.
- Eagle River Nature Center - hiking trails and nature programs for adults and kids in a picturesque, tree-filled mountain setting.
- Arctic Valley - old-fashioned ski mountain with natural snow and tubing, and a summertime destination for hiking.
- Beluga Point Sight - scenic turnout and popular whale-watching spot, with paved parking, telescopes, and interpretive signs.
- Mt. Alyeska Tram - all-year cable-car services to an observation deck at 2,300 ft. with views of glaciers and peaks.