Alaska Walking Tours

Alaska Walking Tours
Hiking through the Alaskan wilderness is the sort of vacation that rugged outdoorsmen and nature-lovers dream about constantly. No matter how experienced you are, however, you'll be a lot safer---and waste a lot less time---by taking a guided tour. What can be more fun than getting acquainted with Alaskan flora and fauna alongside like-minded adventurers?

Alaska Adventure Walking Tour

Organized by the Princess Denali Wilderness Alaska Lodge, this walking tour lasts about three hours and takes trekkers through the Alaskan tundra. The guides are all expert naturalists, who will acquaint you with the flora and fauna native to the region. This tour is limited to seven guests, so you won't have to worry about constantly stopping to wait for people to catch up. The tour takes you through the boreal forest as well as the evergreen forests. If everyone in the group is physically fit, then you will also have the opportunity to traverse mountainous terrain. The cost of the trip is $119 per person and is limited to guests age 12 and up.

Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge
Mile Post 238.5
George Park Highway, AK‎
(907) 683-2282‎
princesslodges.com/denali-walking-tour.htm

Alaskan Denali Tour

This seven-day tour takes trekkers on a circular tour from the Alaskan capital to the Denali National Park, Tangle Lakes region, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and the Alaska Range before circling back to Anchorage. As this is a very physically taxing walking tour, all participants must be at least eighteen years of age and in good physical condition. The tour is available between May and August. Prices begin at $999. Supplemental activities---such as whitewater rafting, ice climbing, and wilderness canoeing---will cost you extra.

TrekAmerica Travel Limited
16/17 Grange Mills
Weir Road
London
SW12 0NE
UK
(800) TREK-USA
trekamerica.com/tours/ad.html

Alaska Wilderness Tour

Spend six days exploring the abundant wildlife, scenic coastline, and crystal glaciers of wild Alaska. You will pass by Eklutna Lake, Matanuska Valley, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, Valdez, Prince William Sound, and Girdwood. In addition to hiking, guests have the chance to enjoy biking, sea kayaking, rafting, riding a ferry, and ice climbing. In addition, trekkers have the option of extending their stay and spending time in the Denali National Park. This tour is appropriate for guests from all walks of life, and will set you back $2,998.


The World Outdoors
2840 Wilderness Place
Suite D
Boulder, CO 80301
(800) 488-8483
theworldoutdoors.com/trips/alaskams.html

Article Written By Zach Feral

Zach Feral has been writing and editing professionally since 2003. He has a B.A. in philosophy from the New School for Social Research in New York and pursued postgraduate studies at the Open University in the U.K. His writing has appeared in numerous international publications, including "Dazed & Confused," "Artforum" and "Think Again."

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