Last updated: November 25, 2020
What follows is a general flow of events. Expect the unexpected and prepare to be flexible.
Arrive in the small community of King Salmon near the Bering Sea. We’ll settle into the lodge and ought to have time for a walk to see some bears or to cast a line for the first salmon of the trip.
August 11- 12
Two full days of adventure with float plane and boat access to the nearly endless wilderness. There will be plenty of expertise on hand to help you learn new skills and adventure where you never thought it was possible. Weather and tides will dictate much of the schedule. Fishing, bear viewing, and hiking will dominate the list of activities.
From the expanses of the Bering Sea to the grandeur of the Wrangell Mountains. After your jet lands in Glennallen you’ll transfer to a smaller aircraft for the trip deep into a kingdom of ice and rock. Welcome to Ultima Thule.
August 14 - 15
With bush-pilot and plane at your disposal you have the ultimate freedom to explore and enjoy the mountains. Whether your interest is in hiking the tundra in search of wild sheep, picnicing on a glacier beneath Mt St Elias, packrafting across a lake or beachcombing on the storm ravaged pacific coast, each day is tailored to your interests and the opportunities that the landscape presents.
A brief pass through civilization and a couple of flights brings us to Homer, Alaska. It is a fun little fishing town with a working harbor. From there we’ll catch a boat across Kachemak Bay to Tutka Bay Lodge in a quiet cove surrounded by mountains.
August 17 - 19
Three full days in Tutka Bay and on the water. We will spend days in the wind and amongst the exceptional creatures on the coast. Evenings in the comfort of the lodge and an opportunity to allow our lives to ebb and flow with the tide.
Goodbye to Alaska. Pack-up and head back across the water to Homer where you’ll meet your plane for the flight home.