Alaska. Home to some of the most beautiful glaciers and national parks as well as the vast wilderness, the Northern lights, the midnight sun, and cruises.
What about weed though? Is weed legal in Alaska? I mean how amazing would it be for us stoner’s to legally sell and smoke weed under the beautiful northern lights of Alaska!
The good news is yes! Medical marijuana and non-medical marijuana are both legal in Alaska if you are 21 years of age you can smoke Marijuana.
Alaska was actually one of the first states to legalize medical Marijuana and voters later legalized recreational marijuana.
Who can smoke Cannabis in Alaska?
If you’re 21 years of age you can legally smoke cannabis at your home but not in public places.
How much weed can I have in Alaska?
You can own up to 4 ounces in your private residence.
Travelling with Marijuana in Alaska
It is legal to travel with Marijuana in Alaska you just can not be under the influence of Marijuana while driving.
Does Alaska have pot dispensaries?
Alaska was one of the first states to legalize medical marijuana in 1998 but its rules don’t allow for dispensaries. In 2014, when voters legalized recreational marijuana, a separate medical system was not developed, to the chagrin of some medical users
So there you have it
In Alaska, anyone 21 or older can possess up to an ounce of cannabis for personal use. You can be gifted or give up to an ounce. Under state law, public consumption of cannabis isn’t allowed — leaving parks, playgrounds and roads unavailable as a smoking spot for those visiting from out-of-state.