Wild Alaska

August 11-20, 2020

Alaska is a unique and fascinating destination for those wishing to encounter the “Last Frontier” through a variety of activities, such as hiking, rafting, kayaking and boating. From your start in Anchorage, transfer to Talkeetna, a small outpost town nestled at the base of North America’s tallest peak, Denali. Our knowledgeable naturalist guides practice responsible tourism and facilitate your active explorations of the breathtaking scenery, biological wonders, and glacier-carved mountains. Fly over Chugach National Forest to Cordova, a “hidden treasure” coastal town nestled at the head of Orca Inlet in Eastern Prince William Sound. Myriad activities take you into the natural grandeur of glaciers, lakes and rivers.

Trip Highlights

  • Learn about Alaska Audubon’s conservation initiatives on a private talk at their Anchorage office.
  • Kayak through Sheridan Glacier, one of the most accessible glaciers in Alaska, to see crystal blue caves and jagged crevasses.
  • Experience Alaska’s incredible beauty at Byers Lake and surrounding mountains in Denali State Park, with a chance to see nesting Trumpeter Swans, loons, eagles, or foraging bears.
  • Travel the old railroad bed of the Copper River and Northwestern Railroad with expansive views of marsh and wetland and stops for exploration and wildlife viewing.


The base cost is $4,545 per person. Cost includes accommodations, activities and in-country transportation as mentioned in the itinerary, entrance fees, meals including non-alcoholic beverages, full-time guide for duration of program, donation to NRF, and carbon offset. Price does not include international airfare, gratuities, or items of a personal nature. Single room supplement is $650.

Deadline to register is May 8, 2020.