One of the most visited cities in Alaska, Anchorage is not only home to breathtaking scenery but it's also home to the Anchorage Ice/Water Gym. While most of Alaska offers a harsh environment, Anchorage happens to be something of a safe haven with restaurants and shops for those who aren't as 'wild' and 'rugged' and are looking for a more peaceful way of life.
The capital city of Alaska is located on the Gastineau Channel and is the second largest city in the United States by area. Those that live within are a rugged bunch, used to the complexities and struggles that Alaskan life often tosses at its residents. Despite its protection, Juneau is often frequented by reckless, wild Pokemon, giving local animal control a day to day task in order to keep the regular Joe in the city limits safe.
Many marvel at the expanse of Tongass Nation Forest. The largest national forest in the United States, much of its mysteries have gone unexplored. The undergrowth is twisted, the trees massively tall, and it is always cast in shadow. Many mysteries lie in these woods, ready for those brave enough to enter to uncover.
A sparse archipelago covered in 57 volcanoes, these islands are considered part of the Pacific Ring of Fire. Don’t let the term fool you, the islands are just as cold as the rest of the state. Though they may seem worth the trip once one realizes the rare and odd Pokemon that live upon them.
The third largest designated wilderness area in the United States, the Gates feature an unforgiving environment full of dangerous Pokemon of unmonitored populations. Unskilled individuals who venture here often do not return, be it from the harsh cold or harsher wildlife.