Se alle kategorier

Alaskan Highlights

Hvis du har brug for at bestille til flere personer/grupper, kan du kontakte en af vores rejsekonsulenter - de er klar til at hjælpe dig med din bestilling!

Alaska is an adventurer's dream! With its sweeping scenic views, vast landscapes, glaciers, and spectacular wildlife, this wonderland offers the visitor an unparalleled experience. Go where nature is still untamed and hike to Exit Glacier in Seward, enjoy a ferry through the Prince William Sound and spot the mighty Grizzly Bear in Denali National Park. Experience the back-country beauty of Wrangell-St Elias National Park and incredible optional activities. From lush rainforests and abundant wildlife, to the snow-capped peaks and majestic glaciers, Alaska guarantees a true wilderness adventure!

  • Days 1 Anchorage

    Welcome to Anchorage, the largest city in Alaska with only 250,000 people and a city which has undergone quite a change since the earthquake of 1964. Now a bustling city fuelled by the oil boom and tourism, it wasn't that long ago that Anchorage was the last outpost before heading into the 'Last Frontier'. It's common place to find bears roaming the outskirts of the city. A great way to spend your day is wandering around the town getting a feel for the 49th state, speaking to the locals and breathing in that fresh Alaskan air! A welcome meeting will be held at 18:00 hrs for you to meet your tour leader and fellow travelling companions. Accommodation: Hotel included | Meals: Paid locally

  • Days 2 Kenai Peninsula - Seward

    Leaving Anchorage, your first stop is to visit Portage Glacier before rounding Cook Inlet's Turnagain Arm and venturing onto the Kenai (pronounced 'keen eye') Peninsula followed by the chance to walk the Byron Glacier Trail. This short trail takes you along a rushing glacial river into a dramatic, steep valley all the way to the base of Byron Glacier. From here you make your way to the colourful fishing village of Seward - the gateway to Kenai Fjords National Park. In its past life, Seward was a railroad port so there is now plenty of great shopping and a picturesque old-time downtown area. Upon arrival, you have the option of a five-hour guided wildlife cruise to view sea mammals, including pods of orca, an array of birdlife and be able to experience the sights and sounds of icebergs being calved into the sea. What you'll see on this cruise cannot be guaranteed however, this day has always proven to be a popular and rewarding tour with loads of wildlife sightings. Accommodation: Lodge in twin share | Meals: Paid locally

  • Days 3 Kenai Fjords National Park - Seward

    Today is a full free day to hike one of the most beautiful trails in Alaska - the Harding Icefield. This is not an easy hike but the views are worth it. This trail is popular for spotting wildlife and delivers breathtaking views of Exit Glacier along the way. Nothing will prepare you for the incredible views so it's worth saving your lunch to eat at the top if the weather is good. Accommodation: Lodge in twin share | Meals: Paid locally

  • Days 4-5 Valdez

    Board a scenic ferry through Prince William Sound to Valdez (pronounced 'Val-dees'). Take in the rugged coastline and snow-capped Chugach Mountains as you pass striking icebergs and a myriad of forested islands. Tucked away at the end of a glacier-carved fjord and called the 'Switzerland of Alaska' due to its surrounding snow-capped mountains, Valdez is the most northerly ice-free port in the Western Hemisphere and the terminus of the Alaskan Pipeline that stretches over 800 miles to Prudhoe Bay. There's no better way to experience this pristine environment than with an optional (and highly recommended) sea kayaking trip up to the mouth of the glacier. A variety of hiking trails make this area a walker's paradise. Accommodation: Hotel in twin share | Meals: Paid locally

  • Days 6-7 Wrangell-St Elias National Park

    Bordering Canada's Yukon Territory, Wrangell-St Elias National Park is the largest in the United States, containing glaciers five times the size of Manhattan and nine of the sixteen highest peaks in North America! With endless hours of daylight, you'll never tire of such magnificent glaciers and remote vistas. To explore the historic area of McCarthy and the Kennecott Mine, why not take the Kennecott Copper Mill Ghost Town tour or if you're feeling adventurous, try glacier walking or ice climbing? You stay at the McCarthy Lodge, a comfortable and quirky hotel without the modern trappings of the chain hotel. The atmosphere is welcoming and is often described as a 'home away from home'. Accommodation: Hotel in twin share with shared facilities | Meals: Paid locally

    Se hele rejseprogrammet

Aktiviteter

  • Scenic ferry journey through Prince William Sound
  • One day bus pass in Denali National Park
  • Two nights in Wrangell-St Elias National Park
  • Visit to spectacular Byron Glacier
  • Dog sled demonstration
  • Scenic walks and hikes
  • Wildlife viewing opportunities, including Grizzly Bear
  • Visit to Talkeetna Ranger Station (depending on availability)
  • National Parks: Kenai Fjords, Wrangell-St Elias and Denali

Overnatning

5 hotel nights in twin share accommodation, 3 lodge (1 multi share) & 2 cabins nights. For your own room request our optional Solo Sleeper (see Dates & Prices tab)

Ekstra information

  • Scenic flight - Denali US$524
  • Ice climbing - Wrangell-St Elias US$145
  • Kennecott Copper Mill US$28
  • Mountain biking - Denali US$20-$57
  • Glacier walks - Wrangell-St Elias US$120
  • White water rafting - Denali US$92-$187
  • Sea Kayaking - Valdez US$249
  • Canoeing (unescorted) US$50-60 - Alaska Range
  • Scenic cruise - Kenai Fjords US$154-214

Kontakt