The US Marshals’ Service, District of Alaska, has a great graphic available that provides an Alaska size and distance comparison with the lower states.
“The District of Alaska encompasses 586,400 square miles (more than twice the size of Texas), with 36,000 square miles of coastline. Alaska’s population center is Anchorage, with approximately 270,000 people. The remainder of the state’s 620,000 residents are spread throughout the state in medium and small sized communities. Alaska’s weather and terrain are more extreme than any other state in the country. The interior region experiences temperature ranges from 70 degrees below zero to 90 degrees above.”