A couple is ready to leave their Texas town and get back to basics by moving their family of five to Alaska. They have their sights set on Anchorage and she's adamant about having mountain views and a home office, while he wants a home gym and a large yard for the kids.
Aviators Chris McKnight & Rebecca Brown are trading their Rocky Mountain high for the elevations of Denali and the Alaskan Range. Their aspirations came with a friendly caveat, in lieu of an engagement ring, Rebecca had to have a hanger home complete with what else? A plane. And although Chris is all in, his wings are clipped by the fact that his job as a rescue pilot demands close proximity to the local AFB. Will their perfect hanger be a major hang-up?
Life is the adventure that you make it, and for Gale Forrest, her new life in Alaska began by losing 150 pounds, getting a dog and making the long journey to the Last Frontier. While engaging in a more active lifestyle, Gail must also find a place that is as exciting as her new surroundings. Adventure awaits her as she embarks on her new life in Alaska.
The Betts family leaves the Nevada desert in the dust as they begin a new chapter in Alaska. Derek wants a place that's up close and personal with nature, but Sherrie is absolutely terrified of bears. She has serious concerns about keeping wildlife at bay, as she seeks to keep her family safe. Can they find a home they both agree on, and start Living Alaska?
Megan and Mike Hajworonsky love the outdoors and all the adventure that nature brings. Mike wants to be able to hunt from their backyard, and a shop to store and work on his Alaskan toys. Megan wants to feel secluded, but still have a reasonable commute to work. The mission for this awesome military family? Find a home that fits all their wants and needs so they can get settled and get outside!
This Chicago girl and Texas boy have been in a long-distance relationship the entire time they've been dating. Sick of living apart in the lower 48, Jenny Zeszutko and Kris Harrison are packing their bags and setting their sights on the Last Frontier to start a new life together. You can take the girl out of the city, but can Alaska take the city out of the girl?
After losing their beloved father and brother, the Phares family decided life was too short to stay stagnant. Inspired to honor their loved ones and live life to the fullest, they are packing up their belongings and making the move from Ohio to the Kenai area in Alaska. Bring on the Last Frontier!
After listing Kodiak as #1 on his dream sheet, Coast Guard helicopter rescue pilot LT Joe Plunkett received word he was getting his wish. So Joe, his fiance Lily Neal and their dog are packing up their San Diego home and setting their sights on Alaska.
After spending a summer working in Alaska as a teenager, Andy Burton knew he wanted to someday return. Serendipitously, Andy's girlfriend, Ali Ziegler was recently offered a job as a professor teaching at University of Alaska-Southeast in Ketchikan. They are jumping at the opportunity, and are making the leap from Michigan to Ketchikan. They want a home with a view, a yard for their new puppy, and enough room for Andy's adorable and hilarious daughter, Avalon, when she comes to stay with them.
The Abbousleman family leaves the Nevada desert in the dust as they begin a new chapter in Alaska. They are excited to show their two adorable daughters all the outdoor adventures of the Last Frontier. They are beyond ready to shoot targets for practice, fish, hunt and ride ATV's. But will they be able to find everything they are looking for in a home?
Robert and Debbie Petrie had never dreamed of moving to Alaska until they started seeing the Last Frontier showcased on television. Then they became obsessed with finding the perfect vacation home. With the help of their real estate agent,Travis Vaughan, will they find everything they are looking for? If they find an island home, they're going to need to also find a boat!
Texas newlyweds are ready to trade city living in Houston for the rugged landscape and crisp air of Girdwood, Alaska. They both want their first home to have income potential, spectacular mountain views and a yard for their French bulldog, Harry. But while she wants a house with a modern feel, he wants something more rustic with a big garage for new Alaskan outdoor toys. With a budget of $500,000, they look at everything from a house with breathtaking mountain views to one that's so close to the local ski resort they can see the ski runs from the living room.
A native Colorado couple first discovered Homer on their honeymoon and became instantly hooked on its breathtaking scenery, small-town charm and endless outdoor activities. Now with the birth of their new baby boy, they are ready to make the life-changing move from Denver, CO, to Homer for a simpler life. They're both hoping for a house with mountain and glacier views, as well as an open floor plan all within their budget of $500,000. As a nurse, she wants to be close to town and the hospital, while he wants a wood-working shop for his carpentry and a two-car garage to endure the Alaskan winters.
A military family eagerly sets off for a new life in Chugiak, Alaska. The family of five wants a home with a big kitchen to cook up some authentic frontier dishes, an oversized garage for all their toys and some acreage to explore the great outdoors.
An outdoor-loving couple wants to take on all of the challenges that come with moving to Fairbanks. Their top priority is finding a home close to the water with stunning views and a big yard for their two dogs.
After traveling across three continents, a couple is ready to leave their jetsetter lifestyle behind and settle down in Homer, Alaska. She's hoping for a house on the water with amazing views and close proximity to work, while he wants a big chef's kitchen with all the bells and whistles.
When a job opportunity opened in Kodiak, a Coast Guard family and their dogs jumped at the chance for a fresh start. A house with great views is a must, and they hope to be near all the great outdoor activities that Kodiak has to offer, like fishing, bear viewing and kayaking.
Nate and Arlene have climbed all the peaks and fished all the lakes of Wyoming and Colorado, and they're ready to find their next adventure in Alaska. Their three must-haves for their new home are a beautiful view, a log cabin style and an oversized garage for their outdoor equipment. They're willing to renovate a fixer upper to make it their own, but an updated modern cabin that is move-in ready presents a tempting alternative.
After receiving a promotion, military newlyweds decide to leave Norfolk, VA, for the ice fishing, skiing and hiking opportunities in Fairbanks. She wants the quintessential Alaskan feel of a log cabin with an open floor plan and enough outdoor space for their dog to play. However, he's hoping for a more modern home with high ceilings that can accommodate his height.
A Texas family that's ready for a fresh start follows Mom's job to Fairbanks. The couple wants acreage and plenty of space for guests, but that's where the agreement ends. He has his heart set on a remote cabin while she wants to be close to town and work.
A Nashville musician that grew up in Alaska longs for home and wants to find a retreat in Girdwood where his band can relax, write music and create a home base to start a rock-and-roll camp for kids. With a hefty budget, he hopes to find a place close to a ski resort with epic views that inspire songwriting.
After living in Salt Lake City their whole lives, a couple decides to uproot the family and make a lifetime of memories in Alaska. They agree North Pole is the town for them, but she wants a modern home close to town and neighbors while he's looking for a quintessential rustic cabin in the wilderness.
Newlyweds who met online are moving to Alaska for his dream job with the Air Force. Their sights are set on Eagle River, a picturesque town that offers proximity to both Anchorage and the mountains. The couple wants a log home with rustic finishes, a wood-burning fireplace and a garage or shop as well as a fenced-in yard for their little dog, Lulu. However, they can't agree on location, as he wants a remote cabin and she wants a home that's closer to town and other people.
When newlyweds Eric and Nancy met, he was working in Anchorage, Alaska, and she was in Scottsdale, Arizona. Now that Nancy's relocating north, the couple is excited to explore everything the Last Frontier has to offer, from snowshoeing and hiking to skiing and fishing. They'd like to find a home with an outdoor space for entertaining and grilling, three bedrooms and a main-floor master suite complete with huge walk-in closets and a giant tub.