See the world from a mountain top or feel the spongy tundra beneath your feet on a backcountry expedition into some of Alaska’s most amazing wild landscapes. In summer or winter, Alaska’s backcountry guides can take you on multi-day expeditions to places few people ever get to experience. Not interested in bringing your own gear? Leave your tent at home; hikes can be custom-planned to provide all levels of support—from basic camps to all-inclusive trips to remote cabins. Let one of Alaska’s experienced backcountry guides lead you through sheltered rainforests, across glacial streams, or to the highest heights. Guided small group trips into Alaska’s remote areas let you connect with nature and get off the beaten track.
See Alaska by pedal power! Biking tours in Alaska let you see the state at your own pace. Try a multi-day, supported bike ride along some of Alaska’s most scenic settings or rent a bike for an afternoon city tour. Customizable guided trips allow you to choose your level of intensity or combine different activities into one memorable trip. Through rainforests and mountains, on single-track trails or urban bike lane, by mountain bike or road bike, make Alaska the bicycle trip of your dreams.
Glacier Hiking & Climbing
Alaska has many accessible glaciers across the state that allow visitors to experience a frozen wonderland in the height of summer, and professionally guided glacier tours let you have safe, firsthand encounters with Alaska’s magnificent glaciers. Alaska’s glacier hiking and climbing adventures are designed for a variety of interest and experience levels. You can raft or kayak through a sea of ice to the face of a tidewater glacier, fly over mountain cirques, take an afternoon helicopter tour and land on a glacier or test your footing across icewater rivers along a glacial moraine. For those who want to spend more time experiencing Alaska's glaciers and are feeling more adventurous you can you can take a one-day trip to an icefield, explore ice caves, learn technical ice-climbing skills during a multi-day climbing workshop or take an overnight camping trip on a slow-moving glacier.
Guided Camping & Hiking
Don’t worry about the gear, Alaska’s got you covered. Guided camping tours in Alaska allow you to experience Alaska’s wild lands and wild places firsthand. Whatever the season, these active adventures can be customized to a variety of skill and comfort levels. Try a kayaking/camping trip along the coast or raft down rapids to a sheltered riverside campsite during the long summer days or try skiing or snowmobiling through a snowy wonderland to try winter camping at its finest. Outfitters provide the necessary equipment, and naturalist guides help you make the most of your outdoor adventure.