The Alaskan wilderness offers some of the most pristine and untouched landscapes in the world. The glaciers of the Kenai Fjords National Park and the spectacular views of Mt McKinley are just some of the highlights of this adventure into the great outdoors.

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Day 1


Arrive in Anchorage to begin your Alaskan adventure.

Day 2

Anchorage - Seward

Travel south along the coastline of Turnagain Arm, through the Chugach and Kenai Mountains. Take a guided hike taking in the dramatic scenery of the Byron Glacier Creek. Continue south to the town of Seward, a picturesque port surrounded by mountains and glaciers.

Day 3

Kenai Fjords National Park

Drive to Exit Glacier in the Kenai Fjords National Park. The park is the site of the immense Harding Icefield, a gigantic expanse of nearly 500sq km that feeds some 40 glaciers, making it the largest icefield within the territories of the United States.

Day 4

Kenai Fjords National Park

See day 3.

Day 5

Seward - Valdez

Visit the Portage Glacier Visitors Centre, then continue through the old mountain tunnel to Whittier to board the ferry for Valdez. Valdez is the terminus of the 800 mile Trans-Alaska Pipeline which begins in Prudhoe Bay on the Arctic Ocean.

Day 6

Valdez - McCarthy

Witness the spectacular scenery of forested hills and cascading rivers as you cross the Kuskulana River on a narrow railroad bridge. Arrive in the small town of McCarthy, which grew to serve the Copper mine at Kennicott.

Day 7

Wrangell-St. Elias National Park

Nestling amongst the wild landscapes of the Wrangell St. Elias National Park, McCarthy is the ideal base from which to explore this stunning setting. Wrangell St Elias contains the largest concentration of glaciers on the continent and some 13.2 million acres of the park system have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage area.

Day 8

Wrangell-St. Elias National Park

Today is free at leisure to explore the park, or take an optional hike along the Kennicott Glacier.

Day 9

McCarthy - Tangle Lakes

This morning head north towards Tangle Lakes, where you will walk in the alpine tundra, a haven for caribou, wolves and grizzlies. The area is home to the remnants of ancient nomadic peoples and archaeological remains.

Day 10

Tangle Lakes - Denali National Park

Denali National Park contains over 6 million acres of tundra, glaciers and mountains that present a unique opportunity to observe the natural behaviour of wild animals. The park provides a haven for bears, caribou, Dall sheep, wolves, moose, red foxes, wolverine and over 160 species of birds.

Day 11

Denali National Park

Spend the day exploring Denali National Park.

Day 12

Denali National Park - Talkeetna

Enjoy a demonstration of the park's sled dogs, which are used for patrolling in the winter season and have become part of the cultural traditions of the area. Continue for the town of Talkeetna, an old mining supply station and riverboat port. This afternoon you may try river rafting or scenic flightseeing trips.

Day 13

Talkeetna - Anchorage

Return to Anchorage via Hatcher's Pass, where a visit to the gold mine offers a fascinating glimpse into the pioneering heritage of this great wilderness.

Day 14


The tour ends in Anchorage this morning.

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