Arctic Wild provides professionally guided Alaska adventure tours in Alaska’s vast wilderness. Trust your Alaskan adventure vacation to an experienced Arctic Wild Guide.
Groups are small (1 to 8 people), we travel quietly, and the focus is on the land and its inhabitants. Whether you join us for a base camp trip, river rafting, canoeing or backpacking adventure there is plenty of free time for you to explore, bird watch, photograph, fish or do whatever pleases you most.
Arctic Wild has the perfect Alaskan Adventure for you. Photograph caribou in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Enjoy a backpacking trip in Gates of the Arctic National Park, or try a canoe trip in the remote Western Brooks Range. If you don’t see the trip of your dreams on our schedule we’d be happy to design a custom trip just for you.
The western Brooks Range is the most remote and untraveled part of Alaska. Unknown of the unknown, home of the 200,000 strong Western Arctic Caribou herd.
Crown jewel of the National Park System. 9 million acres of rugged wilderness mountains and wildlife rich valleys offer a lifetime of adventure.
Alaska’s most celebrated wilderness. The Arctic Refuge stretches from the northern forest, to the 9,000 ft peaks in the Brooks Range, across the famed coastal plain to the Arctic Coast.
An icon of the north, the Yukon River is Alaska’s largest river, offering family friendly adventures in Yukon Charley National Park and beyond.
A kingdom of mountains and ice stretching from the Gulf of Alaska to the dry interior. Wrangell St Elias, Glacier Bay, Kluane and Alsek Parks combine to make the largest protected wilderness area on earth.
Remote wilderness travel demands professional guides with exceptional technical skills. Our clients demand personable, knowledgeable, and hard working guides.
Arctic Wild is fortunate to have an astoundingly skilled, informed and passionate group of guides working with us. Some guides hike and paddle with us all summer long for decades, all our guides love sharing the wilderness with you.