Last Frontier Adventures!
Nobody knows Alaska’s Outback and Routes like the locals.
We offer year-round cultural adventures (native traditions, cultural arts and bush lifestyles), wildlife tracking, best local fishing (salmon, pike, ice fishing, etc.) and base camp expeditions, crab, BBQs, famed Alaskan Brew and more!
And yes, we’ll be mixing in some highlights as well…
Alaskan Fly Fishing Trips
We’ll get you to the best fishing spots where monster sized fish await you. If you’re up for adventure fishing, this one’s for you! Our fishing adventures take you into the remote wilderness of Western Alaska where a base camp is established, and the fishing is rich and monster-sized. Fish for Shee-fish, Grayling, Pike, Silver & King Salmon.
Alaskan Rafting Trips
Alaskan Kayaking Trips
Experience a quiet, peaceful, and natural Alaska with abundant wildlife viewing opportunities and unparalleled views, this is the place — and we are the guides. Try it solo, or with a group — guided or unguided. Exploring Alaska’s waterways is an excellent way to experience this amazing state, and to leave the crowded highways, bus seats, and restaurants behind. This is the Real Alaska!
Alaskan Dog Sledding Trips
Dog sledding is the quintessential way to experience Alaska. Refresh, relax, rejuvenate in the sparkling snowscape of the historic Iditarod Trail. Enjoy our fun-loving guides, sumptuous meals, fun lodging and our furry 4-legged friends. We’ll keep you warm, cozy & blissful in this true winter wonderland!
Alaskan Fat Bike Trips
This Fat Bike winter tour will have you exploring the best of Alaska’s most pristine wilderness. New to Fat Biking? This adventure can be tailored to meet your comfort level. Set along the historic Iditarod Trail, with the best vantage point to catch 4 world-class races: Iron Dog Snowmobile Race, Iditarod Trail Invitational, Iditasport and the famous Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.
Alaskan Base Camping Trips
Your Alaskan experience does not have to be a high adrenaline adventure. Our base camp trips allow you to settle into this wilderness landscape and enjoy the slower pace. From bird watching, wilderness photography, and bush-crafting, you’ll soon catch the Great Alaska fever and will never want to leave.