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2020…Successful and Done

2020…Successful and Done.


2020—WOW! We’ve successfully completed our season thanks to adventurers like you. From June 25 through August 27, we operated trips with 8 guides serving 97 clients over 20 trips (roughly 25% of normal).

Amid the COVID crisis, we kept in close communication with each of our 2020 guests, maintained as much flexibility as possible, changed our final payment policies, and even helped those who didn’t want to risk travel postpone their trips.

We were able to operate safely and successfully. How’d we do it?

  • The trusted cooperation of our amazing guests
  • Execution of our COVID-19 Mitigation Plan
  • Remote, small groups (the core dynamic of what we do!)

What 2021 Looks Like.

We’re planning a full summer season in 2021 and will operate much as we did in 2020. If necessary, we’ll work through travel restrictions and mandates, and will otherwise having a great time in the Alaska wilderness. Safety is our priority, whether it’s for our guides or those of you who join us on an adventure.

Get your mask on.

We encourage you to review the Mitigation Plan as you’ll notice enhancements—and alterations—to the way we’ve historically operated. Besides helping our guests maintain physical distancing and sanitation during their  journey, we’ll also provide each of you a complimentary (and incredibly cool) cloth face mask.




As you may have predicted, travel costs are rising…and a certain number of our trips will be going up in January 2021. GOOD NEWS. You can book your 2021 trip now at 2020 prices! If you have cabin fever, this is your chance to plan your escape.

We look forward to sharing Alaska’s greatest reason to visit—the wonder and freedom of untouched wilderness.

BOOK 2021 @ 2020 PRICES >


The Wall Street Journal’s #2 DESTINATION WISH LISTThe Wall Stree Journal's #2 Destination Spot

The Wall Street Journal’s recent article, “How Travel Will Change Post-Pandemic: 10 Expert Predictions,” gives our beloved state of Alaska a shout-out in their #2 spot for must-go places.

“The pandemic’s searing impact will add a FOMO-like urgency to personal bucket lists,” states Erin Francis-Cummings, CEO of travel data company Destination Analysts. I guess news of our remote wilderness and fresh air has reached the masses.

We’ll take it, and we can’t agree more! Check out even more media coverage featuring Alaska Alpine Adventures.

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