Discover Alaska’s stunning landscapes by air and land on this 2.5-hour helicopter flight and guided glacier walk tour. Take to the skies and enjoy aerial views of Juneau Icefield’s unruly rock formations and icefalls, with a knowledgeable pilot explaining what you see along the way. Then, land on a glacier for a unique walkabout experience in one of more remote spots in the world. Hotel transport from Juneau available.
Zip around by snowmobile on the outskirts of the North Pole during a 1-hour guided tour near Fairbanks. Your guide provides driving instructions and practice time before you head out past the Alaska Pipeline and through snow-covered forests. You'll ride in comfort on a 2018 Ski Doo luxury touring snowmobile that accommodates one or two riders, and has heated handgrips and electric start. Look for Alaska's native wildlife including moose, fox, snowshoe hare, ptarmigan, grouse, and squirrels. Includes experienced guide, and use of snowmobile and weatherproof clothing.
Speed through winter landscapes on this snowmobile adventure in North Pole. Follow an expert guide into the Chena Lakes Recreation area on remote mountain trails leading you across frozen lakes and rivers, and keep an eye out for wildlife. Then, park the snowmobile and wind down your adrenaline with a warm beverage, along with some snacks.
Embark on a moderate hike in Matanuska-Susitna Valley on this full-day tour from Anchorage. During your trek along Matanuska Glacier, pass dramatic blue meltwater pools and ice formations. Capture incredible views of the Alaska Range, the Talkeetna Mountains and the Chugach Mountains, and gain insight into the local geology from a seasoned guide. Finish the hike with a relaxing Alaskan lunch overlooking the glacier. This Matanuska glacier hike comes with gear, safety equipment and hotel transport.
Unique aurora tour that combines dog sledding with "glamping" overnight accommodations based at a remote and pristine aurora viewing location. - 2 day, 1 night private aurora dog sledding tour.- Drive your own dog team through the boreal forest (3-6 hours)- Private northern lights viewing location far from any light pollution and/or traffic. - Location accessible only by dog team and snowmobile. - Sleep in a warm, heated tent or outside in cozy -35C sleeping bags.- Mush back to our off-grid homestead the next day.- Alaskan glamping. - All meals included.- Cold weather gear provided.If you are not comfortable driving your own dog team, please let us know in advance.
Travel like an Alaskan—aboard a dogsled—during this dogsledding and mushing experience in Fairbanks. Hop aboard and hold on to be towed by energetic dogs down five miles (eight kilometers) of snowy trails with your private party. You can help drive the team with voice commands, as your guide supervises from the back of the sled.
Pair a helicopter flight over the glaciers of Juneau Icefield with a dogsled ride, and you have the perfect Alaska experience. After flying over breathtaking scenery, land at a remote glacier camp for a ride of a lifetime: you’re pulled by Alaskan huskies across fields blanketed with snow, surrounded by towering mountains. Listen to the race stories of struggle and victory from Iditarod mushers, and get in the spirit by dressing up in original Iditarod dogsled gear for memorable photos. Round-trip transport from Juneau included.
Go ice fishing in Alaska at a remote spot outside the city of Fairbanks with a guide who provides fishing gear and tips. Stay warm in a cozy heated cabin next to the frozen lake, and snack on reindeer sausage on buns, and fresh grilled fish (that you catch). Includes use of fishing gear and cabin, guide, and refreshments.
Explore White Pass and take a dog sled ride on a tour from Skagway. Head up to 3,292 feet (1,003 meters) of elevation at White Pass and take in views that extend all the way to the Yukon. See towering waterfalls, glaciers, alpine valleys, huge lakes, and snow-capped mountains. Then ride in a dog sled, meet the puppies, and learn about a musher's life in a remote part of Canada. You also pan for gold, hear stories from your guide about the gold rush in Alaska, and have a chance to spot wildlife. Includes activities, transportation, guide, and pickup and drop-off at the ship dock in Skagway.
When your ship anchors in Juneau port, get ready for a shore excursion pumped with adventure and incredible views. First, soar by helicopter over Juneau Icefield, and then land on Herbert Glacier to explore the remote landscape by foot. Learn about the surrounding Alaskan wilderness and capture memorable shots during your icefield walk. Round-trip port transport included.
While visiting Fairbanks, take part in two great Alaska activities: ice fishing and aurora borealis viewing. Travel outside the city into the mountains to go ice fishing and look for the aurora borealis. Your home base is a cozy heated cabin where you can sip hot cocoa and snack on grilled fresh fish that you catch, or reindeer sausage. Hope to get a good look at the aurora borealis (northern lights) on a tour that includes use of fishing gear, refreshments, and guide.
This is the Alaska adventure of a lifetime! Enjoy a helicopter flight over snow-capped peaks for a dog sled ride! Feel the excitement as you fly to Fourth of July Glacier to meet the dogs and mushers, play with puppies, then zip around the snowfield on a sled.At our hangar, you'll board a comfortable Robinson helicopter and enjoy incredible views as you lift off above Seward. Snap photos of Resurrection Bay, blue glaciers, and the Kenai Mountains before landing on 4th of July Glacier.Most of your 90 minute tour will be spent on the glacier. You'll meet the team of Alaskan Huskies and talk with mushers about racing and training the dogs. Then it's time for an exhilarating ride on the sled! The dog team belongs to none other than Mitch Seavey's 'Ididaride' Sled Dog Tours! Mitch Seavey is a legendary Alaskan musher- one of the best in Iditarod history. His team of mushers will be your guides.After your dog sled tour, your pilot will take you on a beautiful return flight to Seward.
Nature lovers can spend the day exploring the Matanuska Glacier on a hiking tour that traverses the glacier’s picturesque terrain. Along the way, your guide teaches you about the dynamic glacial features. While it is easy to get views of the glacier on your own, a guided hike on the glacier itself provides a completely different perspective of the otherworldly landscape.
Treat yourself to the complete Alaskan experience: A team of happy hounds speeds you through snowy scenery and then you’re whisked off to an off-the-grid cabin for a delicious home-cooked meal. Learn what it takes to lead a team of dogs before hopping on a sled for an hour-long run. After dinner, face the cabin’s large north-facing windows and marvel at aurora borealis, while savoring a warm beverage.
Discover the best of Skagway on a popular day trip for visitors docked at the cruise port. In addition to navigating for you, your guide provides context about landmarks and natural landscapes along the way. Included on the day’s itinerary is a dog–sledding session with free time to play with the Iditarod training camp puppies. No need to plan logistics: Lunch, entrance fees, and admission tickets are all included.
We are the Farthest North Ski Adventure tour company. Our equipment is user-friendly and allows all skill levels (especially if you’re trying skiing for the first time) to enjoy skiing through Alaska’s natural beauty in the comfort of your own winter boots. Our friendly and fun guides are Alaskans with a deep knowledge of the area and trails. Alaska winter is magical when you head Northbound!
This tour is authentic and unique. You will get to see real Alaskan race sled dogs perform and will learn to ride with them from the best in this traditional Alaskan sport. This dog sled tour will also get you deeper into the real wilderness and the world of Alaska dog mushing on a 10mile ride over tundra, forest and lake trails. You will quietly go to some amazing places. Enter a pristine environment you can only access in the winter when our tundra, wetlands, and lakes are frozen on this tour! Included: arctic gear (jackets, pants, gloves, hats), meet & greet with dogs & puppies (if available), 2 hour dog mushing experience and kennel tour, Complimentary Coffee, Snacks;
Get to know Juneau and discover the beauty of Mendenhall Glacier on this 2.5-hour guided tour that accommodates a max of nine people. Wind through the city with a guide from the area, and hear about the origins of the Haida-Tlingit tribe, the impact of Russian, European and American influences, and the gold that shaped the region’s past and present. Then, admire Mendenhall Glacier, flowing from the 1,500-square-mile Juneau Ice field. This tour is offered at a variety of departure times and includes a meal.
The 2-hour tour is for adventurous newcomers or experienced riders who want to get some more miles on the trail. Our heated facility is located on the road to Chena Hot Springs Resort so you can plan a tour either on your way up to the Hot Springs or on your way back. There is nothing like the Hot Springs after time in the outdoors! You’ll see more of the country and a better chance to view some of our winter animals who don’t hibernate. You’ll glide through the Alaska forest and experience Alaska in the winter as few can. See the birch groves intermixed with aspen, encounter black spruce trees followed by white spruce and visually see the difference.Watch the sun at noon just above the horizon and enjoy the remarkable beauty the low angle of the sun creates. Ride under a blue sky which just seems brighter. Take a breathe. Welcome to Alaska in the winter!
Discover the beautiful scenery of North Anchorage during this 90-minute helicopter and dogsled tour. Soar over the Church Range and Knik Glacier in a helicopter as you make your way to the Troublesome Glacier. Here, a team of 40 sled dogs is waiting to transport you across the glacier for a true Alaskan experience. Keep an eye out for native animals such as moose and mountain goats throughout your tour.
Experience a dog sled ride pulled by a team of huskies and mushers along the Godwin Glacier, offering sweeping views of Alaska's snowy landscape. Your 90-minute tour includes travel to the glacier from Seward round-trip by helicopter for a bird's-eye view of this majestic state.
Go deep in the Alaskan wilderness on this Mendenhall Glacier trek. Professional guides help you navigate challenging terrain during an 8-mile (13-km) hike that rewards you with incredible views of Mendenhall Lake, rain forest, and otherworldly glacial formations. All adventurous types are welcome on this unique experience, limited to 12 people, but hikers need to be in shape. A highlight: The chance to explore ice caves and surrounding features created by ice flow.