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A unique adventure across America's largest state, where the pristine national parks, sparkling fjords and incredible wildlife are sure to impress. Hike to stunning overlooks in Denali National Park, camp riverside in Wrangell-St Elias, see whales when cruising through Kenai Fjords National Park and sea kayak at our exclusive wilderness camp. Home to the continent's tallest peaks, largest glaciers and biggest mammals, Alaska is a naturalist's nirvana. Full of awe-inspiring sights and challenging experiences, this trip is guaranteed to satisfy even the most adventurous amongst you.

  • Days 1 Anchorage

    Welcome to Anchorage, the largest city in Alaska with only 300,000 people. Now a bustling city fuelled by the oil boom and tourism, it wasn't that long ago that Anchorage was the last outpost before heading into the 'Last Frontier'. It's not uncommon to find bears roaming the outskirts of the city - this is one truly wild place. A great way to spend your day is to wander around town getting a feel for the 49th state, speaking to the locals and checking out some of the great cafes and restaurants. A welcome meeting will be held at 18:00 hrs, for you to meet your tour leader and fellow travelling companions. Accommodation: Hotel included | Meals: Paid locally

  • Days 2 Talkeetna - Denali National Park

    After leaving Anchorage your first stop is the town of Talkeetna, with a chance to try the local delicacy of reindeer sausage before continuing north to Denali National Park for your three night stay. Upon arrival there's time to hit one of the trails inside the park including a stroll down to see the beaver dam. A dog sled demonstration is a must for a taste of the action. Accommodation: Camping included | Meals: Lunch and dinner included

  • Days 3-4 Denali National Park

    Surrounded by the tallest mountain peaks in North America, Denali National Park is teeming with Grizzly Bear,s caribou, Dall Sheep, marmots and wolves. Activities such as river rafting, dog sledding demonstration and walking on quiet nature trails are available near your campground setting which borders the park itself. You'll be given a two day pass to ride the Denali bus; this takes you deeper into the park and allows higher chances to spot wildlife as opening you up to some of the more remote trails. Denali is one of the few national parks where visitors are encouraged to walk off the beaten track and with over six million acres of untracked wild expanses, the choices are endless. Hike into the tundra and have a true experience of the Alaskan wilderness. For the ultimate action-packed trip make sure you treat yourself to the highly recommended scenic flight over Denali National Park with the chance to land on an ice sheet under the watchful gaze of Mount Denali's towering peak, North America's tallest mountain. Accommodation: Camping included | Meals: Breakfast (x2), lunch (x2) and dinner (x2) included

  • Days 5 Alaska Range

    Today you head into the heart of the Alaskan Mountain range where you then spend the night in cabins. This is an authentic, rustic experience and although the rooms are basic bunkhouse style, you'll feel right at home. The remote location will provide you with a unique wilderness experience indeed! Relax by the quiet lakes and keep a watchful eye for any grazing caribou that have come to keep you company. This is a birdwatcher's paradise with many species often sighted in the surrounding area. Accommodation: Cabin included (multi share) | Meals: Breakfast and lunch included

  • Days 6-7 Wrangell St-Elias National Park

    There's only one word for this national park and that's incredible. Wrangell-St Elias National Park is famous for being six times larger than Yellowstone and jam-packed with out of this world scenery. With 150 glaciers, the park boasts the tallest coastal mountain range in the world and nine of the 16 highest peaks in the USA. Vast and rugged, Wrangell-St Elias is phenomenal and any visit will no doubt be an exciting and rewarding one. Walk along ancient glaciers and for the more daring, why not get your thrills from a spot of ice climbing? This is a wilderness style campsite without showers, away from the tourist trail and offering rewarding views of Root Glacier and Kennecott River. With endless hours of daylight, you'll never tire of such magnificent scenery. To explore the historic area of McCarthy and the Kennecott Mine, why not take the Kennecott Copper Mill tour? Accommodation: Camping included | Meals: Breakfast (x1), lunch (x2), dinner (x2) included

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  • Two nights at a wilderness camp with all meals included
  • Picturesque Kenai Peninsula water taxi journey
  • Half day sea kayaking around Kachemak Bay
  • Seward SeaLife Center
  • Two full days exploring Denali National Park including bus pass
  • Stay in rustic cabins in the Alaska Range
  • Two nights in Wrangell-St Elias National Park and Valdez
  • Two nights in Seward, gateway to the Kenai Fjords National Park
  • Abundant wildlife viewing opportunities
  • Scenic walks and inspiring hikes
  • Scenic ferry journey through Prince William Sound


9 nights camping with equipment (except sleeping bag), 2 nights wilderness camp, 1 hotel & 1 cabin night. For your own tent request our optional Solo Sleeper (see Dates & Prices tab).

Ytterligare information

  • Scenic flight - Denali US$524
  • Ice climbing - Wrangell-St Elias US$145
  • Dogsled demonstration - Denali US$Free
  • Kennecott Copper Mill US$28
  • Mountain biking - Denali US$20-$57
  • White water rafting - Denali US$92-$187
  • Sea Kayaking - Valdez US$249
  • Scenic cruise - Kenai Fjords US$154-214