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The Ultimate Alaska Family Vacations Quiz
by Staff
Alaska is the perfect vacation spot for a family; the list of tourist attractions is endless. Sledding, camping, hiking, kayaking, cycling, skiing, snowboarding -- you name it, they've got it. Take our quiz and learn the locations and details of Alaska's most famous attractions.

How many totem poles are there at the Saxman Native Totem Park?

  • a dozen
  • two dozen
  • three dozen

Where do the totem poles come from?

  • a Native American craftsman in New York
  • Native American reservoirs throughout the country
  • abandoned Tlingit villages

What carvings does the "Sea-Bear Pole" totem pole feature?

  • a bear figure at the base and the long fin of a killer whale at the top
  • an eagle and a rock oyster
  • a polar bear and several large waves

What are the opening hours of the Saxman Native Totem Park?

  • 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • dawn to dusk

When does the Fairbanks Ice Art Championship Festival take place?

  • late December, early January
  • late January, early February
  • late February, early March

How do people describe the ice at Fairbanks?

  • so clear you can read a newspaper through a four inch thick block of it
  • crystal clear
  • so clear you can determine the eye color of someone standing on the other side of a 10 inch block of it

What is there for children to do at the Fairbanks Ice Festival?

  • Watch the ice sculptors at work.
  • Play in the four acre ice playground.
  • Try their hand at the kiddies ice sculpting contest.

What is the mileage of the Iditarod Sled Dog Race?

  • 1,150 miles
  • 2,225 miles
  • 3,050 miles

Where did the Iditarod Sled Dog Race get its fame from?

  • a CNN feature story
  • the story of Balto
  • a movie starring Brad Pitt

When does the present day Dog Race begin?

  • the first Saturday in January
  • the first Saturday in February
  • the first Saturday in March