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Storage Facilities in Alaska and State Information

If you are searching for affordable storage units in Alaska, please have a look at our list of local storage facilities. On, you will find everything you need to locate and reserve a storage unit either online or by phone!

We offer easy and flexible ways to find storage facilities in Alaska in a matter of minutes. Browse through our list of local storage facilities to find one that is right for your budget and needs.

If you are considering moving to Alaska, here are few things to consider before you start your dream home hunting.

Peaceful and serene are two ways in which one can describe Alaska. As one of the largest states in the US, Alaska is brimming with scenic attractions, great skiing locations and of course the beauty that is the spectacular northern lights. Called the aurora borealis, the northern lights illuminate the sky is various shades of pinks and darker hues of blues and greens it's like watching a sci-fi movie.

The northern lights which happen throughout the year are more visible during the months of August through April and can be seen in Anchorage, Alaska.

But more than that, Alaska is filled with several mountain areas. There are close to 39 mountain ranges in Alaska with Mount McKinley being one of the larger mountains. Parks, glaciers, and forests also make up some of the natural attractions in Alaska. Glaciers are indeed a beauty and sight to behold. The Glacier Bay National Park offers glaciers in addition to wildlife.

Wildlife takes the form of humpback and killer whales that can be seen once in a while in the waters. There are also birds to see along the way as well and brown and black bears. Ever seen a blue-tinged bear? Well, they are referred as glacier bears and can also be spotted here.

There is nothing more serene than taking a leisure ride with mountains towering overhead and surrounded by a breathtaking landscape. The forests in Alaska are used for generally biking, fishing and any other outdoor recreation that you can think about. There are two forests in Alaska. They are the Chugach National Forest which is on the coastal south-central side of Alaska. On the Southeastern side of Alaska's Inside Passage, one would find the Tongass National Forests. These forests have been in existence since the early 1900s for the same purposes that they are being used for today.

Usually, Alaska's self storage prices start from $55 per month for 5x5 units. It depends on the size of the unit, location and if it is climate-controlled. Below you will find detailed information and rates of storage facilities in Alaska.

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