Our remote Alaska wilderness adventures are the ultimate opportunity to experience the vast pristine wilderness of Alaska first hand! From the jagged mountain peaks to the lush valley floors, this is the true wilds of Alaska and as such be prepared to see an endless variety of wildlife, including the brown bear in their natural environment. If you’re looking for an adventure of a lifetime, regardless of whether you are an experienced or a novice wilderness traveler, here’s your chance to fulfill that dream.
Alaska is all about the extraordinary – from its size, remoteness, beauty, and wildlife.
Alaska Wilderness Adventures Offer:
- The ability to choose multiple activities – hiking, camping, backpacking, fishing, paddling.
- Remote, fly-in access to the Alaskan wilderness.
- An amazing group of highly knowledgeable pilots and guides.
- Incredible scenery and wildlife.
- Both fully guided or unguided options are available.
Explore Wild Alaska!
This Alaska Wilderness Trip is Customized to Your Needs.
Operating in the Kilbuck Mountains centered near the Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge and the Togiak National Wildlife Refuge, this trip offers backcountry enthusiasts the ultimate opportunity to experience the wilds of Alaska firsthand. Whether your pleasure is camping from a single base camp along the shores of a clear mountain lake or backpacking across literally thousands of square miles of remote Alaskan wilderness; or paddling on the hundreds of miles of remote rivers and lakes; the choice is yours. At approximately 1,000,000 acres in size or about the size of the State of Rhode Island, the area is completely remote and accessible only by plane and as such has remained virtually untouched and unseen by people.
Hiking the Alaska Backcountry
One of the best ways to explore the remote and stunning Alaskan wilderness is on foot.
Once you are dropped off at the start of your trip, you will have the opportunity to do endless hiking; travelling across the varied and remote Alaskan wilderness in areas rarely if at all traveled by anyone. Whether you choose to hike a high alpine pass, a river valley, along a lake shore or on the tundra, where you travel on this trip and the type of terrain and scenery you see will be yours to decide.
At approximately 1,000,000 acres in size or about the size of the State of Rhode Island, the area is completely remote and is accessible only by plane and as such has remained virtually untouched and unseen by people, meaning that you’ll be able to experience the wilds of Alaska in virtual solitude. This trip will afford you the opportunity to develop an intimate connection with the Alaskan wilderness in a way very few others have.
Camping in the Wilds of Alaska
For some, camping means driving a motorhome to a paved campground or to a park and relaxing. That is NOT what you are going to find on this trip!
This is a remote wilderness trip. Your accommodations, along with all your gear will be in your backpack. Once you step foot into the Alaskan wilderness and start hiking, you be able to decide where and for how long to set up camp. Whether your pleasure is camping from a single base camp along the shores of a clear mountain lake or backpacking across literally thousands of square miles of remote Alaskan wilderness; the choice is yours. Create a trip suited to you. Whether you are a seasoned or inexperienced wilderness traveler, this trip is your adventure to live.
The Fishing is Incredible on these Alaska Wilderness Adventures!
On this trip should you choose, you will be able to see first-hand why Alaska fishing is considered a world class, anglers paradise for trout, salmon, grayling, or dolly varden.
Float down a meandering river fishing, or fish a glacial mountain lake, the choice is your yours. If you want to spend a relaxing afternoon fishing from camp after a day of backpacking or if you are a seasoned fly fisherman; every day will afford you a new opportunity. All at your leisure, in total solitude on your remote Alaska wilderness adventures.
The endless Alaskan rivers, lakes and streams serve to connect the Alaskan wilderness.
Paddling is a must if you want a complete Alaskan wilderness experience, but the choice is yours. The waterways of Alaska will allow you to move seamlessly through the Alaskan wilderness. This lets you enjoy the ever changing Alaskan scenery and abundant wildlife all at a pace you choose. You’ll be paddling using pack rafts which you will be carry in your backpacks. This is the best way to experience Alaska’s remote wilderness.