After pickup in Anchorage at a comfortable midmorning time, travel south with your guide for about an hour along the Turnagain Arm, with views of the Chugach Mountains passing by. Keep watch for sheep, mountain goats, moose, eagles, and more wildlife native to this area.
Arrive at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, a privately owned nonprofit organization that rescues orphaned and injured animals. Enjoy an educational tour of the rehabilitation center, which provides spacious enclosures and quality animal care. Get to know the moose, caribou and elk herds, musk ox, and other Alaskan wildlife that live here.
The musk ox, once thought to be extinct wood bison, are right at home in the winter wonderland — and even make for a commemorative photo with the backdrop of the Chugach Range and Turnagain Arm.
Your 4-hour tour ends with drop-off back at your departure point.