- 3.5-hour off-road Jeep adventure through Denali National Park
- Take your turn driving along the historic Stampede Trail, which inspired the movie Into the Wild
- Soak in the surrounding wilderness and spot Mt McKinley and wildlife such as moose and bears
- Your professional guide will safely lead the pack of Jeeps and teach you about the wilderness via your two-way radio
What You Can Expect
Your destination is Stampede Road. Once called Stampede Trail and not shown on many Alaska maps, this road was a mining trail blazed in the 1930s. This is the same road that the character from the film Into The Wild travels on.
The first few miles of the road are paved, but beyond this point, your guide will lead the pack of Jeeps along some unpaved paths, giving you with plenty of bumps and dips to maneuver. There will be ample opportunity to switch drivers so everyone can enjoy the thrill of maneuvering along this road through the wilderness.
Through your two-way radio, your guide will explain the area’s rich history, point out interesting sights and provide tips on the road conditions ahead. You and your fellow travelers can ask your guide any questions you may have along the way.
Don’t forget your camera! On a clear day, you may be able to see Mt McKinley, and be sure to keep your eyes peeled for wildlife, as this area is rife with moose, foxes, caribou and even bears.
Enjoy a snack before winding your way back to where you started, with lots of stories and photos of your Alaskan wilderness adventure to share with friends!
Tour was great, BUT Viator itself needs to have done its homework in getting the tour company name correct......
Communication is expected from the pre-paid user of the trip to confirm pick up time a day in advance. This however, does not apply with Off-Road Jeep Adventures. We were picked up 45 minutes late with no notification that this would eventuate. We had to follow up personally to be informed there was a problem with the earlier tour. When queried on pickup, was informed that "office person was new....". Sorry, respect and communicaton is expected from supplier as well as user. Consequently we missed another tour planned for that afternoon because Off-Road Jeep Adventure was late.