The Centre of Aviation Photography (COAP) recently organised a trip that headed to the aviation wilds of Alaska. Rich Cooper, with assistance from Dietmar Schreiber, describes an unforgettable adventure.

They call it The Last Frontier. It’s a place where the wilds come to life. Where extreme weather, hunting and living off the land is not just a pastime but a necessity, and where some communities are so isolated there are no roads to lead them home. It’s where aviation is interwoven into the fabric of life in a way that, to my mind, must be unique.

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