Posted on November 22, 2021 under
Kongakut – Mountains to Ocean
rafting from the Brooks Range in the Arctic Refuge. Micah Baird Photo.

New Trip for 2023! The Kongakut is a stunning clear water river offering a great variety of landscapes and arctic wildlife. If you only have one opportunity to visits the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, the Kongakut is the perfect choice. Raft the entire Kongakut with us on this one of a kind trip.  

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Gates of the Arctic and Kobuk Valley National Parks
Kobuk Sand Dunes

Alaska’s National Parks are true wilderness parks; most of them are both rarely visited and stunningly beautiful. Our National Park trip visits both Kobuk Valley National Park and Gates of the Arctic National Park in a single fun filled trip. Trying to visit all of Alaska’s National Park Units? We can also take you to…

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Thomsen River – Banks Island
muskoxen on Banks Island NWT

The Thomsen River on Banks Island in Canada’s Northwest Territories is the northernmost navigable river in the world. Join us for an outrageous adventure in the high arctic. You will see muskoxen and wildflowers further north than you ever imagined you would go.

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Posted on March 15, 2021 under
Bears of the Katmai Coast
Katmai and Aleutian Trips

The best way to watch bears is to immerse yourself in the wilderness. There is no better place to do that than on the coast of Katmai National Park, where bears crowd into salmon streams and laze in the lush flowery meadows. Spend your days amongst the bears, who could care less that you are…

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Posted on March 02, 2021 under
Aleutian Adventure – Adak to Attu
Aleutian Island Trip

It is hard to believe a place as beautiful as the Aleutians is real. Impossibly green islands erupting from the unfathomably rich ocean. Simultaneously storm-battered and verdant. Cloaked in glaciers while smoking with volcanic vents. As remote as any place on earth but with a complex and fascinating human history. Explore the Aleutians with us!

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Posted on May 15, 2020 under
Thomsen River Canoe
muskoxen on Banks Island NWT

The Thomsen River on Banks Island in Canada’s Northwest Territories is the northernmost navigable river in the world. Join us for an outrageous adventure in the high arctic. You will see muskoxen and wildflowers further north than you ever imagined you would go.

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Posted on April 29, 2020 under
Ivishak Packraft
lone caribou is dwarfed by the brooks range

Start with a four day backpacking trip in the most spectacular mountain country in Arctic Alaska. After reaching the river, your backpack trip turns into a river trip as you paddle your own packraft down the beautiful Ivishak River. It is like two trips rolled into one.

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Posted on July 07, 2016 under
Yukon Canoe

Canoeing the Yukon is a classic Alaska wilderness experience, full of striking scenery and rich with history. A week on the river is a timeless experience suitable for novice paddlers and seasoned explorers alike.

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