Alaska Travel Tips - Alaska Adventure Travel

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Alaska adventure travel ...

Looking for a little adventure? You will find it in Alaska. How about a sea kayak trip in Kenai Fjords National Park or mountain biking some of the most scenic single track you will ever see? Climb a mountain or land on a glacier by helicopter and go for a hike. Hop in a raft and enjoy some thrilling class IV whitewater, along with some great scenery and wildlife. Want a true Alaska adventure and to get away from the crowds? Escape to a world class remote wilderness lodge - Alaska has dozens to choose from, including some deep in Denali National Park and near Kenai Fjords National Park. When looking a the list of Alaska adventure travel, the list is long but here are a few of our favorites.

Alaska rafting. Across Alaska there are dozens of rafting companies ready to get you out on the water. From scenic float trips to serious whitewater rafting, from a couple hours to a couple of weeks, Alaska has a raft adventure perfect for you. Choose a paddle raft or let your guide do all the work.

Alaska helicopter tours. A helicopter will get you to Alaska's backcountry fast! Popular trips are available in cities like Juneau, Valdez, Anchorage, Talkeetna, and our favorite - Denali National Park. Enjoy a scenic flight, search for wildlife and land on a massive glacier for a short walk around. Or leave the helicopter behind for a wilderness hike on a heli hiking adventure.

Alaska Kayaking. Kenai Fjords National Park, Prince William Sound, Glacier Bay National Park - it is no wonder that Alaska can be a sea kayaker's dream come true. Rentals as well as guided trips are available, from a few hours to a few weeks. Save some time to visit Seward and kayak the nearby waters of Resurrection Bay and Kenai Fjords National Park. Even if you are a just learning there are plenty of trips for you, including day trips to Fox Island and half kayak adventures from Lowell Point.

Alaska wilderness lodges. Want to get away from the crowds? Plan on a stay at one or more of Alaska's numerous wilderness lodges. There are several near Denali National Park, off the road, and just a stones throw from Mt. McKinley. Or how about a stay at Kenai Fjords Wilderness lodge, accessible only by boat, and located at the mouth of Resurrection Bay near Kenai Fjords National Park. These lodges are generally all inclusive with meals and most activities included.

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