How many people can say they’ve crossed the Arctic Circle? Experience the landscapes of a lifetime on this full-day guided trip from Fairbanks and see the Northern Lights. Journey through Alaskan wilderness aboard comfortable transport, and take a stroll along the Yukon River. On a high plateau of Finger Mountain, spot wildlife such as foxes, moose and bears. On the way back, witness the splendor of Aurora Borealis.
Get out of the city and deeper into the Alaskan wilderness than is typical on a sightseeing tour. This small-group tour takes you to Chugach National Forest, Beluga Point, Portage Glacier, and more to spot brown bears, wolves, bison, and belugas.
Scenic aerial views of North America's highest mountain peak will be seen on this tour. These views of Alaska can only be seen by plane! We make a stop in Talkeetna, Alaska for a historical guided tour and for a lunch break if desired. *there is a 3 person minimum required for this trip*
Save time by seeing a lot of the vast, beautiful interior of Alaska in one day on this tour from Fairbanks to Paxson Lake. Visit a woodworking shop, historic state park, glacier, and restored gold rush-era roadhouse along the way. You’ll also get photo ops at natural attractions and the Trans Alaskan Pipeline.
When your ship docks in Skagway, discover the Chilkoot Trail by foot and water on this half-day hike and float tour. After a scenic van ride, embark on a moderate-level, 2-mile (3.2-km) trek with a knowledgeable guide. Then, you’ll climb aboard a rubber raft for a tranquil float down Taiya River. Have a blast retracing the footsteps of stampeding prospectors during the Klondike Gold Rush. Don’t miss this family-friendly active adventure, one of Skagway’s most affordable hiking and rafting tours.
Embark on a treasure hunt through the Alaskan wilderness during this 3-hour ATV tour from Healy. Go off-road searching for hidden views, secret sights, quartz and granite rocks and coal with your adventure guide. End up at a backcountry pavilion for a hearty camp-style meal, over which you can rehash your treasure hunt victories and examine the spoils. This family-friendly adventure includes all safety gear; round-trip transportation from Healy hotels is available.
Venture out of Fairbanks to Murphy Dome for unobstructed views in an ideal spot for viewing the Northern Lights. Stay warm in the van, or hop out to breathe in the fresh air during a night spent star-gazing and marveling at this natural phenomenon. This Northern Lights Tour takes you away from city lights, and is often above the temperature inversion during cold spells.
Travel the famous Dalton Highway on this 16-hour Arctic Circle drive. Visit the Yukon River, stop by the Arctic Circle Trading Post, and get views of the tundra landscape. Learn about life in rural Alaska through your guide's commentary; departure from a meeting point in Fairbanks.
Join us on a most memorable Heli Hiking Alaska Chugach Adventure – this is a true Alaskan full day adventure. Get lifted up into the beautiful Alpine of the Chugach National Forest in an Alpine Air R44 Helicopter. View Cirque Glaciers, Hanging Glaciers, Rock Glaciers, Retreating Mountain Glaciers & more. Land 2,000 feet high next to Comet Glacier & work your way downhill to Spencer Glacier Lake for a Rafting or Kayaking Iceberg Tour. Jump on the AK Railroad – Glacier Discovery Train – at the end of the day for a return to Girdwood at 5:45 PM. This is the best and most full day Helicopter Assisted Adventure Tour in Alaska.*For solo travelers, there is an additional $250 to cover shared cost of helicopter charter.
Bundle up and embark on this small-group tour from Fairbanks — limited to just nine people — that takes you to the Arctic Circle, Earth’s northernmost circle of latitude, where the sky is completely dark or light all day. Aboard a climate-controlled van, cruise along the Dalton Highway, cross the Yukon River and then enjoy lunch in the arctic landscape. Learn about the indigenous Eskimo culture in the region, and take home incredible pictures, as well an official Arctic Circle certificate. Hotel transport is included.
Step across the Arctic Circle on a grand tour that follows the Dalton Highway to the far north of Alaska. You’ll spend the day exploring Arctic tundra, the Arctic Circle Trading Post, and the Brooks Mountain Range, then return to Fairbanks by twin-engine plane, enjoying panoramic views of the landscape. This 12-hour Arctic Circle tour is the perfect introduction to an extreme and beautiful place, with an expert guide to help bring the stories and nature of the Arctic to life.
Spot natural wonders along the Denali Highway in Alaska. This 4-hour guided Jeep excursion was named #2 on 'National Geographic Traveler' magazine’s ‘Drive of a Lifetime’ list. Ride along the 135-mile (217.261-km) gravel road, and enjoy the scenic views of Denali, the Alaska Range, and glaciers.
This guided night trip to Chena Hot Springs from Fairbanks gives you a bit of everything: hot, cold and the marvelous. Begin with a tour of the Fairbanks Ice Museum and marvel at its hand-sculpted ice bar and chandeliers. At a charming resort, slip into thermal pools of water that soothe your sore muscles. Relaxed, gear up for a midnight viewing of the surreal Northern Lights at one of the best locations to witness this natural phenomenon.
This tour includes glacier hiking on Exit Glacier located within the Kenai Fjords National Park. Explore the fascinating features of the glacier including blue ice and large crevasses. Add a little excitement as we (safely) explore many features of this ancient ice. All the while enjoying the amazing views around us!This tour is available with pick up in Seward or meet-on-location at the park entrance. Choose to be collected at select pickup pointa in Seward or meet us at Exit Glacier Nature Center a few miles outside of the town of Seward.The whole tour will last about 8 hours in total, up to 3+ hours of which may be spent on the ice.This trip is rated as STRENUOUS.*The hike up the mountain is approximately 1.5 miles, with ~1,300 feet of elevation gain - this is the most physically exerting part of the trip.Terrain: You must have a good-to-high level of fitness and be able to walk on steep, and uneven terrain, uphill for long distances, and for long durations.
Enjoy adventures away from Fairbanks as you discover the beautiful landscapes of the Alaskan wilderness. Walk along the thundering Yukon River, and hike above the tree line of Finger Mountain for gorgeous views. At the Arctic Circle take a commemorative photo, and learn about the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, one of the world’s largest pipelines. Enjoy live commentary and hotel transport on this full-day tour.
The Turnagain Arm boasts abundant Alaskan wildlife within easy access of the city of Anchorage. Learn about the local ecosystem from a guide with extensive knowledge about the area as you drive down the peninsula, with opportunities to spot wild animals in their natural environment as you go. A visit to the animals at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center and a drive past the glaciers on Portage Glacier Road are also included.
Take a bush plane flight to either Katmai National Park or Lake Clark National Park. With your naturalist pilot/guide, hike to different spots in the park to view and photograph wild bears in their natural habitat. Enjoy an outdoor picnic and a fly-over of more of Alaska’s postcard-worthy scenery on the way back to Homer.
Experience Alaska as it was meant to be experienced: rough and wild. During this 3-hour ATV adventure from, pilot your own all-terrain vehicle through the Alaskan tundra to get deep into the backcountry. Stop for photos and views of spectacular scenery, including views from Black Diamond Peak and a course through the Dry Creek Riverbed. Round-trip transportation from Healy hotels and use of all equipment are included.
Experience your own ‘Into the Wild’ journey on this 4-wheel off-road adventure in Denali National Park. Aboard your safari transport, head deep into the Alaskan bush to the Stampede Trail, a forgotten trail in the wilderness that Christopher McCandless took to explore the backcountry. Learn about the area’s geology and wildlife, and stop along the way to explore the open tundra. Hotel transport from select locations is included on this 3.5-hour tour.
Explore Alaska’s Arctic on a 16-hour tour from Fairbanks. Travel on the famous Dalton Highway and see the Arctic Circle, Yukon River, Trans-Alaska Pipeline, and miles of rugged Alaskan wilderness. Hear commentary from your guide about the region's history and environment, and receive an official Arctic Circle Adventure Certificate when you cross the Arctic Circle. Perfect for travelers who want to experience this far northern landscape and reach the Arctic Circle, this tour is also a photographer's delight. Includes guide and transportation from central Fairbanks.
Soak up winter wonderland scenery and wildlife on this 6-hour guided tour from Anchorage. Admire dramatic landscapes along the Seward Highway and down the Turnagain Arm. An aerial tram whisks you up Mt Alyeska, at the top of which you’ll watch skiers conquer North Face, one of the longest double-black diamond runs. Visit the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, home to rescued musk ox, wood bison, and bears. Lunch and hotel transport included.
Discover the Denali area on a 3.5-hour ATV tour that takes you through the boreal forest of Alaska. Have the option to tackle the rugged terrain in a single-rider ATV or a multi-passenger side-by-side ATV. Reach speeds of up to 30 mph (48 km/hr) as you ride for about 2.5 hours on trails that are challenging for all experience levels. Stop periodically for photo ops and wildlife sightings on a tour that includes guide, use of equipment, and transport from select locations in Denali.
Most of this journey takes place on the famed James Dalton Highway. The Dalton Highway is the lifeline between Fairbanks and the oil fields of Prudhoe Bay on the Arctic Ocean. The sights will be familiar to those who watch the show “Ice Road Truckers.”Cover a total of 400 miles (640 km) of wild northern terrain, making stops along the way to snap photos, stretch your legs, and watch for wildlife. There is an excellent chance to see the aurora borealis. Cross over the Yukon River and arrive at the Arctic Circle Sign, where you can collect a commemorative Arctic Circle certificate before the return drive to Fairbanks.
Kick up your adrenaline with this guided ATV adventure in the backcountry of Denali National Park. Hop aboard a Polaris Side by Side ATV, accommodating two passengers, and rev off along the Alaska Range, speeding through stunning mountain scenery up to 25 miles per hour. On Black Diamond Peak, marvel at views of Healy Valley. After the ride, enjoy a full-service backcountry meal. Hotel transport is available for this 3.5-hour outing.