The Extraordinary Beauty Of Alaska

If you dream of a wilderness adventure that is comparable to no other, you can realize that dream in Alaska, a seemingly untouched gem of natural outdoor life and adventure. Nearly 2,000,000 people visit Alaska each year. 90 percent of those people say they want to see Alaska through direct experience, yet only 0.015 percent actually do.

What do we mean by experience?

We mean you must dismount the cruise ship and head directly into the wilderness to live and breathe the Alaskan air, land, and water. Well, don’t breathe the water.

Top Wilderness Adventures In Alaska

Lake Clark National Park

4,000,000 acres of mountain peaks, rugged coastline, rivers, and glaciers collide in massive beauty unlike any other place in the world.

Katmai National Park

Do you want to experience the Alaskan wildlife? Katmai National Park is home to the largest population of brown bears and is the breeding ground for millions of salmon. Plus, the wildlife and landscape are nurtured by the volcanic eruptions in the Valley of 10,000 Smokes.

Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

Hike and raft in the northern arctic where you can see polar bears, caribou, muskoxen, and grizzlies.

Kenai Fjords National Park

Kayakers love exploring these glacial valleys to see humpback and orca whales, endless numbers of birds including bald and golden eagles, and jovial porpoises.

Denali National Park

Known as the “crown jewel of the National Park System,” Denali flaunts natural and exposed tundra, glaciers, and the native wildlife who call this 6,000,000 acre park home.

What do you think? Are you up for this ultimate wilderness adventure in Alaska?

Rest up so that you can #FuelYourDays and get exploring!