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Borealis Webcams

Because of our extensive infrastructure and reach, we get to see views of Anchorage and Alaska not normally accessible to everyone.  So, we figured we'd get the highest quality webcams we could find and share the spectacular and interesting views with the rest of the world.  Enjoy!

If you're already familiar with our webcams, you might prefer our convenient Multiview.

If you'd like to sponsor a camera or have a location suggestion, please send an email to info@borealisbroadband.net.




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  NEW! Anchorage Town Square (West View)

Located on E street between 5th and 6th Avenue, this wide-angle camera shows the Town Square in downtown Anchorage, looking toward the west. 

     



     

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  4th Avenue and D Street (South-West View)

This camera is located on the north side of 4th Avenue, at the intersection of 4th Avenue and D street.  The camera looks toward the south-west, down the length of the avenue. 

 

     



     

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  Lake Otis & Tudor (South View on Lake Otis)

This view shows Lake Otis Parkway looking south toward the Tudor Road intersection.  This portion of Lake Otis is going uphill toward the intersection.  Tudor Road runs left to right (and vice versa) in the middle of the picture.

     



     

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  4th Avenue & E Street (South-East View)

The Hilton Hotel roof provides this view of the corner of 4th Avenue and E Street in Downtown Anchorage.  The street in the foreground running diagonally from the bottom right to the middle left of the frame is 4th Avenue, which intersects with E street at the bottom right of the frame.  Visible are many downtown businesses as well as the 5th Avenue shopping Mall next to the JC Penney store.  At the end of February you can also catch Fur Rondy events on 4th Avenue, followed by the start of the Iditarod Sled Dog Race at the beginning of March.

     



     

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  Glenn Highway Weigh Station (West View)

This camera is located approximately eight miles from Anchorage at the Glenn Highway Weigh Station, pointed west, toward Anchorage, and almost 11 miles from the base site.  Even at this distance, Borealis provides symmetric bandwidth and the link is capable of delivering 8 Mbps of throughput back to Anchorage. 

The oncoming traffic is in the outbound lanes heading east toward Eagle River. 

     



     

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  Potter Weigh Station (Seward Highway)

This camera is located at the opposite end of Anchorage, at the Potter Marsh Weigh Station.  This weigh station is about four miles south of Anchorage on the Seward highway.  Visible is the inbound ramp to the scales, the Seward Highway, some of our gorgeous mountains and a portion of the inlet. 

The oncoming traffic is in the inbound lane toward Anchorage.

     



     

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  Downtown (East)

Located on the Sheraton Hotel Anchorage, this camera points east toward the mountains.  The inbound car traffic on the left is 5th Avenue and the outbound car traffic on the right is 6th Avenue.  Traffic moving left to right across the frame is on Gambell and the traffic moving right to left is on Ingra.  Also visible is Merrill Field.

     



     

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  Midtown (South-East View)

This camera is located on the Denali Towers North office building in Midtown Anchorage and is pointed South-East.  Visible in this image are Northern Lights Blvd., Benson Blvd., the New Seward Highway, the Sears Shopping Mall, the Fred Meyer shopping mall as well as various business buildings.

     



     

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  Midtown (North-West View)

Located on the North-West corner of the Denali Towers office building, this camera shows us a general view of Downtown Anchorage.  Visible are the downtown high-rise buildings, Cook Inlet, the Chester Creek Greenbelt, 'A' Street and a residential area in the foreground.  On a very clear day, you will also be able to see Mount McKinley.

     



     

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  Mount Susitna (Sleeping Lady)

The Hilton Hotel roof provides this view of Mount Susitna, one of the more famous Anchorage landmarks.  We used a 4X telephoto lens to get you up close.  Visible in this picture is the small boat dock (foreground), the Cook Inlet and Mount Susitna.

Note:  Daylight only camera.  Fog, Clouds or Bad Weather may obscure Mt. Susitna.  Bands across the image at night are normal.

     



     

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  McGrath, Alaska - Kuskokwim River

McGrath is located 221 miles northwest of Anchorage and since there are no roads going to the community, access is restricted to air and river travel.  Mounted on the MTNT building, this camera provides a view of the Kuskokwim river, the airport apron and Appel mountain.

McGrath is also a checkpoint for the world famous Iditarod Sled Dog race.

     



     

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  McGrath, Alaska - Airport Ramp

McGrath is located 221 miles northwest of Anchorage and since there are no roads going to the community, access is restricted to air and river travel.  This camera is near the Airport ramp.  Take a peek when the daily flights arrive.

McGrath is also a checkpoint for the world famous Iditarod Sled Dog race.

 

     

Not to worry, there's more on the way.  Check back here weekly.