Are You Alaska Enough To Ace This Ultimate 30 Question Alaska Quiz?

There's SO much Alaska trivia... do you really think you know it all?

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 Jul 13, 2020
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Question: 1/30Choose your answer!


First things first, how do Alaskans typically refer to the rest of the United States?
As those states beneath Canada
As the Lower 48
As those "Tropical States"

Question: 2/30Choose your answer!


And you say Sally went "outside"to get an operation, you mean:
That means she went outside of her hometown.
That means she went out to shovel snow.
That also means she went somewhere in the Lower 48!

Question: 3/30Choose your answer!


But enough about the Outside, what do you call long time Alaskans (who've lived here 10+ years)?
Obviously, newbies.
Oh, those are sourdoughs.
We call them oldies.

Question: 4/30Choose your answer!


But any Alaskan who winters out of state is a:
Winter Wasp
Snowbird
Baguette

Question: 5/30Choose your answer!


Come winter time in Alaska, you'll definitely see some locals wearing "Bunny Boots." What are those?!
An Extreme Cold Vapor Barrier Boot!
Short boots made out of bunny fur!
Extreme cold boots that have springs attached for bounciness!

Question: 6/30Choose your answer!


Locals jokingly call which annoying insect the unofficial state bird?
Flies
Mosquitos
Wasps

Question: 7/30Choose your answer!


Mr. Stubbs, the cat, was the honorary mayor of which small Alaskan town for more than 15 years?
Talkeetna
Homer
Barrow

Question: 8/30Choose your answer!


Uh oh, if you see _______ blooming towards the top, you know that summer is coming to an end!
Fireweed
Lilies
Sunflowers

Question: 9/30Choose your answer!


Alaskan drivers always have to be on the lookout for what type of animal on the road?
Moose (they'll walk just about ANYWHERE!)
Squirrels (they'll do some serious damage to your car!)
Foxes (Speedy buggers!)

Question: 10/30Choose your answer!


A diehard Alaskan will not give up their fresh salmon they just caught, even if someone just screamed out ________!
BLIZZARD!!
MOOSE!!
BEAR!!

Question: 11/30Choose your answer!


What is Seward's Folly?
The name of Alaska's blue ferries
The nickname given AK by those opposed to its purchase.
A dangerous mountain pass

Question: 12/30What is this landmark?


Glacier Bay, Alaska
NPS Photo
Denali Mountain
Inside Passage
Glacier Bay

Question: 13/30Choose your answer!


Around these parts, some people live in "dry cabins." What is a dry cabin?
An alcohol free house in a dry community
A cabin with no plumbing
A temporary cabin on a lake for ice fishing

Question: 14/30Choose your answer!


If someone says they were "dipnetting" yesterday, that means they were:
In a helicopter collecting water to dump on wildfires
At a river trying to catch a year's worth of salmon
At a bar trying to find someone to buy a drink for

Question: 15/30Choose your answer!


In Alaska, "break up" can refer to a relationship, but also to:
Moose tracks
Ice melting
School work

Question: 16/30Choose your answer!


If Alaska was cut in half, it would still be bigger than Texas.
False, Texas is HUGE!
True, and don't you forget it!

Question: 17/30Choose your answer!


Alaska is known as the Land of the Midnight ____.
Snow
Sun
Moon

Question: 18/30Choose your answer!


Living in the "bush" refers to:
Finding lots of wild berries
A town off the road system
Having lots of money

Question: 19/30Choose your answer!


What is the name of Alaska's most reknowned annual long-distance sled dog race?
Yankee Ravine Sled Dog Race
Yubba Basin Dog Sled Race
Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race

Question: 20/30Choose your answer!


Which politician is famously from AK?
Mitt Romney
Sarah Palin
Al Gore

Question: 21/30Choose your answer!


Trash that's put out in Alaska HAS to:
be in a bear proof container
be taken to the local police station
be under 5 pounds at a time

Question: 22/30Choose your answer!


Northern Alaska boasts the rare ______ lights, also known as Northern lights.
Aurora
Little dipper
Pavlovian

Question: 23/30Choose your answer!


Which of the following animals is NOT found naturally in Alaska?
Penguins
Bears
Moose

Question: 24/30Choose your answer!


The Alaskan flag features which constellation?
Gemini
The Big Dipper
Orion

Question: 25/30Choose your answer!


What is muktuk?
A type of boots
A local flower
Whale blubber

Question: 26/30Choose your answer!


What is Alaska's state motto?
"North to the Future"
"Proceed with excellence"
"Live Free Or Die Hard"

Question: 27/30Choose your answer!


Alaskans actually typically call snowmobiles:
Trailblazers
Turnpikes
Snow-machines

Question: 28/30Choose your answer!


If someone from a small town in Alaska says they are going to "the city" they are referring to :
Fairbanks
Anchorage
Juneau

Question: 29/30Choose your answer!


You can expect a little cash each year through the Permanent Fund Dividend?
Absolutely true!
No, that's totally false.

Question: 30/30Choose your answer!


No matter where you go, snowbird or sourdough, you'll always have pride in your heart for the:
Last Frontier
Show Me State
Sunshine State
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