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Alaskan Wilderness Adventure

USA
Available Departures: Jun, Jul, Aug

14 days from

US$5,095

without flights
Walk & Trek
Guided Group
MODERATE MODERATE

Answer the call of the wild and spend two weeks experiencing the magnificent mountains and coastal landscapes of untamed Alaska

Trip Code: WAW
Holiday Grades

Our Holiday Grades Explained

To show the relative difficulty of our holidays, each trip is graded on a scale of 1 to 12, with 12 being the most challenging. Although we have tried to make our grading system as clear as possible, it cannot take into account your personal interests, abilities or experience. If you have any questions about the nature of a particular trip or its suitability for you, please read the 'Is this holiday for you?' section or contact us.

 1 - 3 LEISURELY
1 - 3 LEISURELY

Suitable for most people in good health, holidays at this grade include only limited amounts of activity.

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4 - 6 MODERATE
4 - 6 MODERATE

Suitable for reasonably fit individuals, such as weekend walkers and cyclists. There can be the occasional more difficult day.

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7 - 9 CHALLENGING
7 - 9 CHALLENGING

Physically challenging holidays, where you need to be prepared before you go.

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10 - 12 TOUGH
10 - 12 TOUGH

Our toughest holidays, involving many long days, often in isolated areas. A high level of fitness and previous wilderness and mountain experience is essential.

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Alaskan Wilderness Adventure

Highlights
  • Walk the trails of Kenai Fjord, Wrangell-St. Elias and Denali National Parks
  • Stay in tiny, remote outposts and scenic campsites along the way
  • Search for Alaska's 'big five': grizzly bear, moose, caribou, wolf and Dall sheep!
  • Trek on the Bonanza Mine Trail and explore the face of the calving Grewingk Glacier

At a Glance
  • Group Size 6 to 12
  • 11 days wilderness trekking
  • Max. altitude - 1800m
  • Join In Anchorage

Accommodation & Meals
  • 9 Breakfasts
  • 7 Lunches
  • 5 Dinners
  • 3 nights Hotel
  • 7 nights Campground
  • 1 nights Lodge
  • 2 nights Camping
Overview

It is impossible to truly convey the awesome size and scale of Alaska without visiting and experiencing its landscapes for yourself. With national parks the size of small nations and glaciers that stretch as far as the eye can see, this wild and rugged land is incredibly beautiful in its own raw and uncompromising way. This special two-week walking holiday will immerse you in a land where bears roam, eagles soar and the ghosts of gold rush-era miners linger. We will sample some of Alaska’s premier walking trails, visit tiny fishing communities with their colourfully painted churches and experience one of the world’s great road trips, as we trace the largely unpaved road from Denali to Wrangell St. Elias National Park. Extraordinarily photogenic lakes will be hiked around and calving glaciers will be explored. We will trek in sight of glaciers and discover sprawling icefalls, stretching thousands of metres down the sides of majestic peaks. For many, the defining highlight will be two days spent exploring the Denali National Park, in the shadow of North America's highest peak and on the look-out for Alaska's own ‘big five’; moose, bear, Dall sheep, caribou and wolf. Featuring a variety of accommodation, we will stay in hotels, lodges and rustic campsites where we will experience the warmth of great Alaskan hospitality.

This holiday is designed to showcase the best of Alaska. There are three main regions explored: the vast Denali National Park, the mountainous Wrangell-St. Elias National Park Preserve and the Kenai Peninsula (including the Kenai Fjords National Park). Alaska’s size mustn’t be underestimated and the scenic road-trips are all part of the adventure. The day walks featured on this itinerary are all designed to immerse you into the wilderness on enjoyable paths and trails. The trek to Bonanza Mine features a long and steep climb from Kennicott and is totally optional. This holiday uses camping as a way to promote complete engagement with Alaska’s wild and untamed backcountry and means we can stay in places other tourist can’t. Perfect for those who want to experience Alaska at its most unrefined and elemental.

Why KE?

This is one of the least explored corners of the United States and, to many, logistically challenging. Experience majestic mountain landscapes, salmon migrations, ambling bears and abandoned mining communities. Towns and villages are far apart and our comfortable camping itinerary gives us the freedom to stay in remote locations. We will venture deep into Alaskan backcountry to explore its finest national parks; using ferries and walking trails to gain a unique perspective on this wild frontier.

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Itinerary

Meet at the group hotel in Anchorage. A single timed transfer from Anchorage Airport is provided.

Accommodation

Hotel

The guide will provide a pre-trip briefing over breakfast before the group boards the tour bus for the first stage of this Alaskan adventure. It's a 2-hour drive northwards to the town of Talkeetna, a place with a real pioneer feel and (on a clear day) some of the best views of Denali. There's time to have a look around the town and to make the 6-kilometre walk around picturesque Talkeetna Lakes Park. After lunch, we continue our journey on the Parks Highway for a further 2 hours through a spectacular landscape with views of the Talkeetna Mountains and the Alaska Range. Keep an eye out for wildlife such as caribou and moose, especially when crossing the open area at Broad Pass. Beyond Cantwell we reach our first campground on the edge of the Denali National Park.

Accommodation

Campground

Meals

D

Ascent

100 M

Descent

100 M

Time

2 hrs walking

Distance

6 KM

At around 6190 metres, Denali is the highest mountain on the North American continent and has given its name to a vast national park which contains 6 million acres of Alaska's interior wilderness. An enormous variety of wildlife thrives here; there are estimated to be around 500 bears, 3000 caribou, 2000 moose and 160 wolves that call this region home. We may also be lucky enough to spot golden eagles and the famous Dall sheep. To keep the park pristine, private vehicles are banned from venturing into the inner national park, so we take advantage of the park's shuttle bus, leaving early in the morning for a greater chance of wildlife spotting! Guided hiking in the park is not permitted, so you will be given the necessary information and advice before setting off in your group for today's hike. There are several drop off points and numerous route options and a walk will be chosen according to the prevailing conditions. The trails can be quite indistinct, so this is real exploring and quite adventurous, with incredible scenery that you'll no doubt remember for a long time. After the walk return to the campground near the park entrance.

Accommodation

Campground

Meals

B L

Ascent

300 M

Descent

300 M

Time

3 hrs walking

Distance

8 KM

The Triple Lakes Trail is accessible from our campground and the guide can accompany the group on this one. We complete a 10 kilometre out and back portion of this trail with great mountain views and the possibility of spotting wildlife such as beaver, moose and bear. We then get back on the bus and head south, east, then south again on the rugged Denali Highway. Mostly unpaved and largely above the treeline, there are far-reaching views and several places where we can stop to stretch our legs and take in the magnificent panorama. Overnight at a lodge near Glennallen.

Accommodation

Lodge

Meals

B L

Ascent

200 M

Descent

200 M

Time

3 hrs walking

Distance

10 KM

Today's classic drive on another mostly unpaved road leads alongside the Copper River and via the small settlement of Chitina to McCarthy in the Wrangell St Elias National Park. The scenery is once again amazing, overlooked by Mount Blackburn (5025m) and studded with intriguing natural rock formations and remnants of human occupation of the territory a hundred years ago. We will stop several times on the 6-hour drive to stretch our legs and to check out the best locations. In the early 20th century, McCarthy was a bustling town where the copper miners from the Kennecott Mines would come to partake in the depravity not tolerated in Kennecott. It was all-but abandoned when the mine closed in 1938. Here we find historic buildings that haven't changed much since those times and only a handful of permanent residents - fewer than 60 people call it home year round. We set up camp at a simple campground where we spend the next 3 nights.

Accommodation

Campground

Meals

L D

The next 2 days will be spent exploring the highlights of Wrangell St Elias National Park. This beautiful park is dotted with massive mountains, colossal glaciers, endless forests and wild, powerful rivers and is known as an adventurer's playground. Wrangell is also home to nine of the sixteen highest peaks in the United States, including Mount St Elias (5489m) the nation's second highest peak. Locally, there are several exciting activities which can be arranged directly. Today we explore the history behind one of the remote town sites in the national park, joining the 2-hour Kennecott Mill Town Tour with a local historian guide who will entertain the group with tales of the tenacious frontiersmen and women who made their living here at the turn of the 20th century.

Accommodation

Campground

Meals

B L

Ascent

300 M

Descent

300 M

Time

3 hrs walking

Distance

7 KM

For those looking for a challenge, an optional longer hike can be taken today along the Bonanza Mine Trail which climbs steeply above Kennecott. It begins by taking an old mining road, where after an hour the trail breaks out above the treeline for spectacular views of the valley, eventually passing many derelict historical mining structures including an old tram system that was used to carry ore down to Kennecott. The long-abandoned Bonanza Mine is an old timber-built complex, sprawling up a steep slope of scree and commands further amazing views towards the Chugach Mountains and the Chitina River Valley. The mine's heyday was in the early 1900's and for 20 years the world's richest copper yield was extracted here. Those up for the challenge can explore the remains of this fascinating outpost before retracing our steps back to our campsite in McCarthy. Anyone wanting to take a break today can take it easy in McCarthy or Kennecott or may choose from the other enticing optional activities available locally.

Accommodation

Campground

Meals

B

Ascent

1140 M

Descent

1140 M

Time

6 - 8 hrs walking

Distance

14 KM

Today we head back towards the west with a stop off again at Chitina where we can see the fishing contraptions (fish wheels) that the Alaskan people use to catch prized Copper River red salmon during the summer season. Chitina has thousands of years of indigenous peoples' history, but many of the buildings are from its time as an Alaskan railroad transportation hub in the early 1900's when the population briefly swelled to over 3000. We continue our drive on the renowned and scenic Glennallen byway, following a valley left behind by the receding Matanuska Glacier. Every turn during today's 5-hour drive reveals breathtaking scenery, with the mountains of the Chugach Range rising up on our left-hand side. Once again, we will have several stops to admire the scenery. We overnight at a hotel in the town of Palmer in the Matanuska Valley.

Accommodation

Hotel

Meals

B

It takes a couple of hours this morning for us to drive to the outskirts of Anchorage, where we stop off to visit the Alaska Native Heritage Centre; a welcome opportunity to learn a bit more about the history and culture of Alaska's indigenous peoples. After our visit we continue the drive alongside the inlet known as the Turnagain Arm and southwards onto the Kenai Peninsula and to the small coastal town of Seward. Situated at the end of Resurrection Bay, a magnificent fjord, cutting deep into the Kenai Peninsula, Seward is overlooked by Mount Marathon a steep little hill that hosts a famous running race each year on the fourth of July. We overnight here for the next two nights at a campground close to the shore.

Accommodation

Campground

Meals

D

Seward is at the southern end of the Alaska Railroad and was the starting point of the original Iditarod Trail. It is a quirky little town with all amenities; shops, cafes, galleries and the impressive Alaska Sealife Center. It's a great place to spend the day. Highly recommended are easily bookable (your guide will sort this out) half-day and whole-day scenic wildlife cruise into Resurrection Bay and the Kenai Fjords National Park. Whales, otters, Steller sea lions and puffins are regularly seen and you can get up close to glaciers calving into the sea. We spend a second night at our Seward campground.

Accommodation

Campground

Meals

B L

This morning we will take a short and quite steep hike up to 'top of the cliffs' on the Harding Icefield Trail. It's 4 kilometres out and 4 kilometres back with 750 metres of elevation gain and leads past Exit Glacier to an excellent viewpoint across the Harding Icefield (3000 square kilometres). Returning to the bus, we'll drive towards the western end of the Kenai Peninsula, to the town of Homer. We have some free time to explore the town and perhaps take a stroll along the beach where, at low tide, the locals go clam digging and foraging the shore; one of the region's most popular outdoor activities! With a bohemian atmosphere and astonishing panoramas along its windswept waterfront, Homer will be the location of our campsite for the next two nights and a paradise for lovers of fresh seafood.

Accommodation

Camping

Meals

B L

Ascent

750 M

Descent

750 M

Time

4 hrs

Distance

8 KM

From Homer we take a water taxi and cross Kachemack Bay to reach Glacier Spit, situated at the mouth of Halibut Cove. The bay is a pristine natural environment, and from the deep, blue waters to towering mountains we may see sea otters, eagles, cormorants and puffins. Upon landing at Glacier Spit, we disembark and set off on the Grewingk Glacier Lake Trail, through the cottonwood and Sitka spruce forests. After a short while, we emerge at a large alluvial plain and the stunning view across Grewingk Glacier Lake. The glacier winds its way down to the lake and at times spews icebergs from its snout which float serenely on the surface. Bald eagles and the odd solitary bear have been spotted here. We continue our trek back to meet our water taxi return crossing to Homer.

Accommodation

Camping

Meals

B L D

Ascent

120 M

Descent

120 M

Time

2 hrs walking

Distance

7 KM

Leaving behind Homer, we set off northwards. We reach the historical village of Kenai, a mix of wooden fishing huts, churches and buildings and spend some time exploring the area. We continue our drive on roads that wind their way through dense, ancient forests to the trailhead for Tern Lake where we hope to spot the famed arctic tern, boasting one of the longest annual migrations of any animal on Earth. Every year, arctic terns migrate from the Arctic Circle to the Antarctic Circle-a round-trip journey of about 30,000 kilometres. In the afternoon we drive to Anchorage where we check in at our hotel.

Accommodation

Hotel

Meals

B D

Departure day. A single-timed group transfer to the airport is provided.

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Essential Information

We've compiled some of our Frequently Asked Questions to help you learn more about this amazing trip.

  • A professional and qualified tour leader
  • Single timed airport transfers on arrival and departure
  • All accommodation as described
  • Meals as described in the Meal Plan
  • All land transport required by the itinerary
  • All activities mentioned except where specified as ‘optional’

  • Travel insurance
  • Visas (if applicable)
  • Departure Taxes (if applicable)
  • Some meals as described in the Meal Plan
  • Any additional activities/excursions indicated as optional
  • Tips
  • Miscellaneous personal expenditure - drinks and souvenirs etc

The group will meet at the hotel in Anchorage. A single timed transfer from Anchorage Airport is provided. Taxis are always available and provide the most cost-effective way of getting from the airport to the group hotel and vice versa.

Hotel contact details and an emergency number will be provided with your booking confirmation.

Included in your holiday price are 9 breakfasts, 7 lunches and 5 dinners. Whilst some picnic lunches and some dinners at the campgrounds are provided by the tour leader (with the participation of the group), he or she will also take the group to local diners to provide local interest and give variety to the meal choice. You will pay directly for your meals at all these diners. In total you will pay directly for 4 breakfasts, 5 lunches and 8 dinners. We recommend you budget £10 - 20 for each of these meals.

Many places on this holiday have drinkable water from the tap to fill your personal water bottles. Please check with the leader at the various locations. Please take purification tablets or a filter bottle (such as a Water-To-Go bottle) for days when drinking water out of the tap is not available. We do not encourage the purchasing of single use plastic bottles.

Alaskan cuisine reflects the availability of locally-sourced ingredients. With so much coastline, it is no surprise to see menus dominated by cold-water seafood including halibut steaks or choice of red king, blue king, golden king, snow or Dungeness crab! Salmon can be found anywhere, and can be served up baked, grilled, steamed, smoked or even turned into jerky. Sourdough bread has long been part of the Alaskan repertoire, brought to the region during the Klondike Gold Rush in the 19th century. From the backcountry comes a wide selection of game including reindeer, elk and caribou with foraged wild berries and spruce tips.

On this trip, breakfast will either be served in a hotel (where you will pay directly), or at a campsite by our guide. Lunch will usually be self-made sandwiches with salads and snacks including cereal bars and fruit. Some evening meals when camping will be prepared by our guide and you will be invited to help with the preparation - this is a fun and sociable part of the evening and not to be missed! Choice will be wider when we are staying close to towns and large villages and some lunches and dinners will be taken in local cafes and restaurants and paid for directly. At all times there is access to fresh fruit and vegetables from local suppliers, and often fish, freshly landed and purchased directly from the fishermen. 

Whilst we can cater for vegetarians, albeit sometimes with a more limited choice, we cannot always provide special diets.  Due to the nature of some of the trips that we operate and the countries in which we operate them, it can be very hard (and sometimes impossible) to cater for a wide range of dietary choices and you may have to supplement your diet with food/snacks from home.  If you have specific dietary requirements please do speak to our sales team and they will be able to advise you whether or not we will be able to offer your specific choice.  Please note that we are unable to provide separate menus and cannot accept liability for any problems arising from special dietary requirements or intolerances.

The first and last night of this holiday will be in a comfortable hotel in downtown Anchorage. There will nine days of participatory camping in a range of campsites, some of which are in the wilderness with only basic facilities. They have been selected for their location and character to enable ease of access into the magnificent natural environment of Alaska. There are two nights in quite simple hotel/guesthouse accommodation where the option of single room occupancy may not be possible.

If you are travelling by yourself, you will be paired up with another single client of the same sex. Single hotel rooms and/or single tents are available for a supplementary cost. If you are planning on extending your holiday additional nights at the group hotel are available on request.

The group will be led by a professional and qualified tour leader.

We recommend you allow £550 for your personal expenses, tips, non-included meals and bar bills. Your money can be carried in the form of cash (American Dollars) or it is possible to withdraw your money from ATMs using your debit or credit card. There are ATMs in all towns but facilities are limited once on the road.

Tipping is the accepted way of saying ‘thank you’ to your leader and local team. Tipping is entirely voluntary and should be dependent on good service. We recommend $6-$10 per person per guide. Where we are joined by additional local expert guides we suggest an additional $5 per guide. 

For this holiday you should take one piece of luggage and a daypack. Luggage with wheels is useful for this holiday. For international flights please check your baggage allowance with your airline.

For each holiday there is a minimum number of participants required to enable it to go ahead. Once the minimum number is reached, the trip status will change from 'Available' to 'Guaranteed to run'. You can check the trip status for each departure in ‘Dates and Prices’ table. Other than in exceptional circumstances, we will not cancel a trip once it has achieved this guaranteed to run status and so you are free to proceed with your international flight booking and other travel arrangements.

The information that we provide is for UK passport holders. A passport with 6 months remaining validity at the end of your stay is generally required, and you should have at least 2 blank pages for each country that you visit.

It is your responsibility to ensure that you have the correct travel documents and visas for your holiday. Please ensure that you check for the latest advice before travel. For the most up to date information on entry requirements, please visit the UK Government website.

Visa USA

UK passport holders, in general, do not require a visa for short stays. You DO require an ESTA (Electronic System for Travel Authorisation), and you must get this before boarding any US-bound aircraft or ship. The fee is USD$14 and you should apply for it at https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/esta/. With the ESTA complete, the majority of British Citizen passport holders can enter the US under the Visa Waiver Programme, VWP. Note that if you have travelled to Iraq, Syria, Iran or Sudan since March 2011 you will have to apply for a visa rather than the Visa Waiver Programme.

If you have a severe allergy please inform the KE office before you travel. We will do all we can to help, but we cannot guarantee an allergy free environment on KE trips. You will need to carry your own treatment for the allergy with you, as 'adrenaline auto-injectors' are not carried as standard by KE leaders and staff. You should inform your leader on arrival of your allergy, and let them know where you keep your adrenaline pen.

VACCINATIONS

You should contact your doctor or travel clinic to check whether you require any specific vaccinations or other preventive measures. You should be up to date with routine courses and boosters as recommended in the UK e.g. diphtheria-tetanus-polio and measles-mumps-rubella, along with hepatitis A and typhoid. A good online resource is Travel Health Pro.

Getting some additional exercise before coming on an active holiday makes a lot of sense. The fitter you are, after all, the more enjoyable you will find the experience.

You should be aerobically fit and comfortable with walking 4 to 6 hours for consecutive days. Hill walking, with a good amount of ascent and descent, is the best training. Running and swimming are also good for developing cardio vascular fitness and stamina.

The summer season in Alaska is comparatively short. In coastal regions in July, average day time temperatures hover around 18⁰c. Heading into the interior, moving away from the stabilising maritime climate, temperatures fluctuate between 17⁰c and 25⁰c occasionally peaking at 30⁰c. However, summer quickly retreats at the end of August, bringing cooler temperatures and a riotous display of autumnal colours across the forest and tundra landscapes, making it a paradise for photographers. Temperatures after nightfall can drop and can dip below freezing. Rain does increase through July and August and is most noticeable in Denali National Park.

As a reputable tour operator, KE supports the British Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office's ‘Travel Aware campaign to enable British citizens to prepare for their journeys overseas. The 'Travel Aware' website provides a single, authoritative source of advice for all kinds of travellers and we recommend that prior to travel, all KE clients visit the official UK Government website at travelaware.campaign.gov.uk and read the FCDO Travel Advice for their chosen destination. North Americans can also check out the U.S. Department of State website: www.travel.state.gov for essential travel advice and tips.

KE treat the safety and security of all clients as the most important aspect of any trip we organise. We would not run any trip that we did not consider reasonably safe.  Should the FCDO advise against travel for any reason, we will contact everyone booked to travel to discuss the situation.  We receive regular updates direct from the FCDO and are in constant touch with our contacts on the ground.  If you have any questions about government travel advice, please call our office.

KE do not encourage the use of single use plastic items. We are ensuring that our agents all over the world are working together to reduce the problem and educate those around them. We are leading by example in our KE office by reducing our plastic use.

It is an essential condition of joining a holiday with KE Adventure Travel that you have a valid travel insurance policy to cover the cost of medical treatment and to protect the value of your holiday in the event of cancellation.  When taking out insurance please ensure the policy you choose covers you for the activities and altitude included in your itinerary.

For appropriate insurance cover we recommend Campbell Irvine Direct.  Please go to our Travel Insurance page for further information and to get a quote.

The following checklist should help you with your packing. As a general rule, you should try to keep the weight of your equipment to a minimum. The climate in Alaska can vary and you should be prepared for both hot and sunny days as well as cool and wet. It is sound advice to opt for a system of layers. 

 

YOU SHOULD BRING THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:

  • Hiking boots
  • Trainers for travelling and casual wear
  • Socks and Underwear
  • Trekking trousers
  • Waterproof jacket
  • Waterproof overtrousers
  • Baselayer shirt(s)
  • T-shirts / casual shirts / tops
  • Fleece jacket or warm jumper
  • Insulated jacket (down or synthetic, the latter being better for potentially damp environments)
  • Sunhat
  • Warm hat
  • Sunglasses
  • Gloves
  • Daypack 30-40 litres
  • Sleeping bag (comfort rating -7 degrees Celsius)
  • Headtorch and spare batteries
  • Sun protection (including total bloc for lips, nose etc.)
  • Water bottle (we encourage re-filling water bottles rather than single use plastic)
  • Water purification tablets
  • Washbag and toiletries
  • Antibacterial handwash
  • Small Towel
  • Small padlock (to lock your KE trek bag)
  • Insect repellent
  • Basic First Aid Kit including: Antiseptic cream, throat lozenges, diarrhoea treatment (Imodium), painkillers, insect repellent, plasters, and blister treatment.

THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE OPTIONAL:

  • Shorts
  • Gaiters
  • Travel clothes
  • Trekking poles (recommended)
  • Pen-knife (always pack sharp objects in hold baggage)
  • Repair kit – (eg. needle, thread, duct tape)
  • Camera
  • Reusable cloth bag for shopping (to avoid plastic bags)

Tents and inflatable mattresses (5cm thick) are provided.

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DATES & PRICES

Private Departure?

Gather a few friends, family or club and take over your own departure.

2024

Dates

Adults from

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More Information

  • Alaskan Wilderness Adventure
    Without Flights
  • Departure Reference: WAW /02/24/
  • This trip begins on Sat 20 Jul and ends on Fri 2 Aug
  • This departure is available to book. Secure your place today with a deposit of US$700
  • Single Supplement Price: US$410 - Single hotel supplement available for first and last night in Anchorage and for Day 8 at Palmer (only 2 singles at this hotel).

    Single tent supplement available separately for 8 nights - 2-3, 5-7, 9.12 only.
  • Single Tent Upgrade: US$250
  • Download Trip Notes

2025

Dates

Adults from

Deposit

Status

More Information

  • Alaskan Wilderness Adventure
    Without Flights
  • Departure Reference: WAW /01/25/
  • This trip begins on Sat 14 Jun and ends on Fri 27 Jun
  • This departure is available to book. Secure your place today with a deposit of US$700
  • Single Supplement Price: US$410 - Single hotel supplement available for first and last night in Anchorage and for Day 8 at Palmer (only 2 singles at this hotel).

    Single tent supplement available separately for 8 nights - 2-3, 5-7, 9.12 only.
  • Single Tent Upgrade: US$250
  • Download Trip Notes

More Information

  • Alaskan Wilderness Adventure
    Without Flights
  • Departure Reference: WAW /02/25/
  • This trip begins on Sat 26 Jul and ends on Fri 8 Aug
  • This departure is available to book. Secure your place today with a deposit of US$700
  • Single Supplement Price: US$410 - Single hotel supplement available for first and last night in Anchorage and for Day 8 at Palmer (only 2 singles at this hotel).

    Single tent supplement available separately for 8 nights - 2-3, 5-7, 9.12 only.
  • Single Tent Upgrade: US$250
  • Download Trip Notes

Land Only Information

The LAND ONLY dates and prices are for the itinerary joining in Anchorage, United States. For clients making their own flight arrangements, Anchorage International Airport is the most convenient for transfers to the group hotel. Please refer to the 'Joining arrangements & transfers' for further details.

Flights SHOULD NOT be booked until you have received your booking confirmation and the departure is showing 'Guaranteed to Run' or 'Limited'.

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Changes to flights

Please be aware that the flight industry is experiencing a high level of service fluctuation and changes to your flights may occur. This may also require amends to the transfers and joining arrangements. Thank you all for continuing your patience and understanding.

BOOK WITH KE CONFIDENCE - No surcharge guarantee

The price of our holidays can change depending on a variety of factors but unlike some other tour operators, KE have undertaken to guarantee the Land Only price of your holiday will not change after you have booked. The price when you book is the price you will pay, whether you are booking for this year or the next. Book early to avoid any tour price increases, get the best flight prices and take advantage of our 'No Surcharge Guarantee'.

KE Adventure is a fully bonded tour operator. We hold an ATOL license (No: 2808) and are bonded with ABTA (Membership No: W4341)


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