Alaska: The Last Frontier

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Alaska: The Last Frontier


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Its mountains are breathtaking. Its characters, colorful. Alaska’s beauty is…staggering.
Disk Count: 6
Video Format: Standard
Run Time: Approx. 6 hours


Experience the beauty of The Land of the Midnight Sun in this special 6-disc collection featuring more than five and a half hours of spectacular scenery and wonderful wildlife.

BRAVING ALASKA: Travel to the depths of America’s last frontier and follow four families who turned their backs on civilization to live off the land.

BEAR ISLAND: Go where even the most skilled hunters dare not venture to seek out the Alaskan brown bear, the largest predator in southeastern Alaska.

ALASKA’S LAST OIL: Go inside the world of extreme drilling as oil companies search for new sources of black gold in the Last Frontier.

GIANT BEARS OF KODIAK ISLAND: Meet the largest carnivore on Earth: the great Kodiak bear. Travel to Alaska’s Kodiak Island and hike the ancient feeding trails.

OVER® ALASKA: As Seen on Public Television! Soar above the vast landscapes of the 49th state. Go face-to-face with Mount McKinley, fly over beautiful electric blue glaciers, follow the Iditarod over miles of frozen tundra and witness amazing aerial footage of Alaska in all its splendor.

ALASKA: THE INSIDE PASSAGE: As seen on public television! Discover one of the most beautiful waterways in the world — the Blue Highway, a major North American sea route that stretches 1,000 miles from the Puget Sound in Washington state, past the rugged Canadian coast to the channels and islands in southeast Alaska.

Product Features:

  • 6 DVDs featuring more than 5 and a half hours of beautiful scenery and interesting stories
  • Includes films seen on public television
  • Get up close and person with Alaskan wildlife and see what it’s like to live in the wilderness
  • Spectacular views of Mount McKinley, glaciers and the Iditarod
  • Meet the largest carnivore on the planet, the Kodiak bear, and the Alaskan brown bear