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ONLY AVAILABLE AS A PRIVATE TRIP FOR GROUPS OF 6 OR MORE
Our signature Source to Sea Multisport adventure will allow you to sample the wonders of Alaska’s national parks by hiking, fishing, kayaking, rafting, cruising, and flying through three of Alaska’s hallmark national parks – all while enjoying the comfort of nightly accommodations in some of Alaska’s most famous hotels, lodges, and B&B’s. If you want to actively experience and participate in the “real” Alaska but would prefer not to camp, then this 12-day inclusive itinerary offers a quintessential Alaska adventure travel itinerary.
Ready for Alaska’s ultimate lodge-based hiking, sport fishing, kayaking, rafting, and glacier adventure? Welcome to Alaska Alpine Adventures’ Source to Sea Multisport! Alaska’s greatest asset may be its astounding diversity, and the state’s superlatives simply defy the imagination. Alaska is home to Kenai Fjords National Park – a diverse maritime complex of tidewater glaciers and deep fjords; Wrangell-St. Elias – America’s largest National Park and home to nine of the 16 highest peaks on the continent; Denali – the highest peak in North America at 20,320’ and abundant wildlife, and countless treasures that fill the pages of coffee table books around the world.
This is a private trip, with custom dates available. If interested please contact for details.
- 12 days
- 500+ miles
- Level 1
- Begins In:
- Ends In:
- Anchorage International (ANC)
- Bears, Wolves, Caribou
- Great For:
- Family Multisport
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Excellent destinations and activities selected. Outstanding trip and certainly a memorable experience.
Could not be improved by much. Both guides were wonderful. The activities were just right as were the accommodations. Weather was perfect, activities were fine and both guides were willing to go out of their were to make sure we all had the best time.
Our Multi-sport trip was the most wonderful vacation for my husband and I. Our guide Mario, was expert at blending a relaxed atmosphere with the activities that we expected. The whole trip was above and beyond our expectations. Most excellent experience! Thank you.
Amazing, inspiring, beautiful, fun, physical, mind/heart-opening … far exceeded my expectations
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Alaska Alpine Adventures has been hiking, kayaking, rafting and exploring Alaska’s national parks and wildlife refuges for 15 years. We feel that our Alaska multi-sport tours visit the best of Alaska’s destinations, giving our guests a fantastic sampling of everything the real Alaska has to offer.
You will visit Kenai Fjords, Wrangell-St. Elias and Denali National Parks.
Alaska’s sheer size requires the implementation of a wide variety of resources to reach its most amazing destinations. We’ll travel by van, water taxi, ferry, small airplane, bus and train during the course of the itinerary. For the majority of the adventure, we will travel in Ford E350 passenger vans. These vehicles and are equipped with air conditioning, heat, and comfortable seats. Instead of using roof racks, like many tour operators in the state, we tow fully enclosed trailers. These trailers keep our gear and luggage accessible, clean and dry.
Absolutely, our trips are all-inclusive from Anchorage. All you need to do is get yourself to Anchorage on Day 1 of your itinerary.
Your Alaska Alpine Adventures guide will meet you at 8 AM on the morning of day 2 in the lobby of your hotel. Of course, we’re always available to answer any questions or to point you in the right direction.
Absolutely. Wildlife viewing is a major component of all of our adventures, and the destinations visited during our multisport tours are home to both grizzly and black bears, Dall’s sheep, caribou, moose, wolves, as well as porpoises, harbor seals, sea lions, whales and tremendous seasonal populations of migratory birds.
For additional information, please reach out to us.