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Discover winter in Alaska's Arctic! Experience for yourself the legendary hospitality and authentic interpretation that made the original Arctic Circle Drive Adventure famous. Travel north on the famed Dalton Highway. View the remarkable Trans Alaska Pipeline. Experience the mighty Yukon River. Explore up close the amazing arctic tundra. Cross the Arctic Circle and receive an official Arctic Circle Adventure Certificate. Spend 2 nights in Coldfoot, Alaska -- located directly under the Aurora Oval. This is where the lights begin and branch out from here. While no one can guarantee you the lights, you can help increase your odds by travelling at the right time of the year (when our nights are dark), get yourself as close to the source as possible (in Coldfoot directly under the oval) and then stay up all night.
Discover winter in Alaska's Arctic! Experience for yourself the legendary hospitality and authentic interpretation that made the original Arctic Circle Drive Adventure famous. Begin your journey with a small plane flight north across the Arctic Circle to a landing strip along the Dalton Highway at Coldfoot. Travel south on the famed Dalton Highway. View the remarkable Trans Alaska Pipeline. Experience the mighty Yukon River. Explore up close the amazing arctic tundra. Cross the Arctic Circle and receive an official Arctic Circle Adventure Certificate. Aurora is active over 300 days of the year -- BUT, it needs to be dark to see them. This includes both once the sun has set AND getting away from the lights of the city. Joy Alaska is 60 road miles outside of Fairbanks. Next step is to stay awake during the peak time of activity -- which is late night here in Alaska. Your guide will keep your mind engaged while you wait -- and help you keep an eye to the sky.
Welcome to your next photography tour adventure. Come with us on a leisurely photography road side tour as we travel from Fairbanks to Fairbanks via the interior passage of the Denali Highway. Your photography guided tour will provide multiple stops tailored to take in the majesty and beauty of the Alaskan Range both with eye and camera.
Join us for a combination tour of 2 great Alaskan experiences: the magic of the Northern Lights and the thrill of dog-sledding. Complete the experience with a home-cooked Alaskan dinner in a charming rustic cabin.
Save hours of travel on the road by flying to/from the Denali National Park area. Fly to or from Anchorage, Talkeetna, Fairbanks, Chena Hot Springs, and Denali. While in route, enjoy aerial views of the Alaskan wilderness. Transportation between Denali National Park area hotels is included.
Learn to photograph the Northern Lights during this six hour photography workshop outside of Fairbanks. Explore Alaska at night with the help of an expert professional on a small group tour of no more than 8 people. Rent high-quality, professional grade cameras and equipment and visit a private, carefully selected location outside of fairbanks to experience the full majesty of the late night sky.
Leave the city of Fairbanks behind and travel one of the "loneliest roads in the world"- the Dalton Highway, featured in the series "Ice Road Truckers" on this shared tour for up to 14 people. Along the way, see Alaska's famous oil pipeline, the mighty Yukon River, and the amazing storybook scenery as you journey towards the Arctic Circle. Keep your eyes peeled for an Arctic Fox! On your return from the Arctic Circle, you will stop at various locations for Northern Lights viewing. Upon completion of your journey, you will be presented with two certificates certifying that you have seen the Aurora and that you made it to the Arctic Circle.
See all kinds of Alaskan wildlife up close during an easy, guided canoe ride along the Chena River on this full-day tour from Fairbanks. Admire the unspoiled nature that surrounds you and stop along the sandbanks to relax and capture photos of foxes, moose and bald eagles. On one of these breaks, enjoy a tasty meal. Led by a passionate guide, this canoe trip is perfect for beginners and families who want a safe but exciting outdoor adventure.
On this full-day trip from Fairbanks, you'll acquire plenty of bragging rights for friends back home as you cross the Arctic Circle and (hopefully) see the Northern Lights. Take in the landscape of Alaska's unspoiled wilderness while enjoying comfortable transport and narration from a guide. A light meal and hotel transport are included.
Travel along one of the world's most isolated roads from Fairbanks to the Arctic Circle on this memorable 14-hour tour through the Alaskan wilderness. In the company of an experienced guide with a passion for Alaska, journey up the Dalton Highway, passing by the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, crossing the Yukon River and reaching the edge of the Arctic Circle. On the drive back, watch for the Northern Lights (aurora borealis). Snacks, sandwiches, warm drinks and hotel transport are included. This tour is limited to eight people, ensuring you enjoy a small-group experience.
The long nights in the Interior of Alaska provide amazing opportunities for Aurora (Northern Lights) viewing. Our famous Aurora Chaser Tour brings this experience to a new level as it will allow our guests to travel to several unique locations outside of the light pollution of Fairbanks within one night rather than the traditional static roadside or lodge viewing.
Discover Alaska's Arctic! Experience for yourself the legendary hospitality and authentic interpretation that made the original Arctic Circle Drive Adventure famous. Travel the famed Dalton Highway. View the remarkable Trans Alaska Pipeline. Visit the Arctic Circle Trading Post. Experience the mighty Yukon River. Explore up close the amazing arctic tundra. Cross the Arctic Circle and receive an official Arctic Circle Adventure Certificate.
Discover winter in Alaska's Arctic! Experience for yourself the legendary hospitality and authentic interpretation that made the original Arctic Circle Drive Adventure famous. Travel the famed Dalton Highway. View the remarkable Trans Alaska Pipeline. Experience the mighty Yukon River. Explore up close the amazing arctic tundra. Cross the Arctic Circle and receive an official Arctic Circle Adventure Certificate.
Enjoy a relaxing day floating down one of Alaska's beautiful rivers. Head out early in the morning and try to catch some wildlife. Or head out in the evening to take advantage of Fairbanks midnight sun! This river trip is sure to be one you will remember.
Visit the famous Arctic Circle and walk through the stunning landscapes around the Mighty Yukon River and high above the treeline on Finger Mountain during this day-long adventure. Hotel pickup and drop-off from Fairbanks is included.
Journey to the Arctic Circle from Fairbanks for a first-hand experience of the Earth's northernmost circle of latitude. Here, in the summer and winter, the sky is completely dark or light for 24 hours a day! Travel along the famous Dalton Highway and spot wildlife as you cross the Yukon River. When you arrive, learn about the area's indigenous Eskimo culture, take a walk with your guide, snap photos of the arctic landscape, and enjoy lunch amidst the incredible surroundings. You'll take home an official Arctic Circle certificate to commemorate this amazing Alaska experience. Be sure to bundle up! This small-group tour is limited to eight people, ensuring you'll receive personalized attention from your guide.
Come experience an Alaskan Tradition; a warm hut on a frozen lake, fishing in Winter. On a sunny day, peer into the water from a darkened ice house and see fish checking out your bait. Haul in the fish and enjoy a fresh cooked snack! For the adventuresome, enjoy the raw beauty of an Arctic Winter and fish outside. Our guides will set you up with a freshly drilled ice fishing hole or join in the fun and drill your own fishing hole.
The White Mountains Recreation Area has over 200 miles of trails. The area offers stunning scenery, peaceful solitude and outstanding opportunities for those with a taste of adventure. If you are looking for a hike into the wilderness with breathtaking scenery, this will be the right place for you.
A one of a kind scenic drive will bring you to the center of the White Mountains National Recreation Area. The Table Top Mountain Trail is a wonderful and easy day tour for all age groups. The hike is spectacular and offers beautiful views of Nome Creek valley and Beaver Creek valley.
Travel with expert guides in comfortable transportation and relax in the famous Chena Hot Springs. Be amazed by the Fairbanks Ice Museum's handcrafted chandeliers and bars, and spend the evening gazing in awe at the mysterious Northern Lights.
Discover the ethereal beauty of Alaska's famous celestial display, impressive ice sculptures and the state's ancient healing waters on an evening trip from Fairbanks. Throughout the night, admire the artwork inside Aurora Ice Museum and a dip into Chena Hot Spring Resort's outdoor mineral water baths before chasing the lights. Your guide will lead your small group out to ideal northern lights viewing locations, where you'll wait with warm beverages for a chance at glimpsing the multicolored display in the sky. Round-trip transport from Fairbanks or North Pole hotels is included.
Our destination on this tour is Chena Hot Springs, famous for its soothing waters, it's ice museum with carved ice sculptures and at night, more chances to see the Aurora. Chena has indoor and outdoor pools. In the summer, enjoy the bustle of its resort town life. During the winter, experience the thrill of soaking in steaming water while enjoying the gorgeous fairytale views of snow around you. Sometimes ice crystals will form on your eyelashes and hair while your body is completely warm! This is one of the most interesting hot springs in the world. Chena Hot Springs' Ice Museum is open year around and allows you to see the ice-sculptures of world famous sculpting masters. Explore "rooms" made out of ice as well as free standing sculptures. For an extra fee of $15, you can choose to drink an Apple Martini at their ice bar out of a cocktail glass made of ice. Experience a drink like no other!
Enjoy the power of a team of happy hounds pulling you through a magical winter landscape. Pose for pictures in the beautiful snowy scenery. Learn about the ever popular sport and what it takes to lead a team of dogs. Then warm up in a cozy cabin at the end of your 1-hour dog mush.
Explore the Dalton Highway over the White Mountains, across the Yukon River, and up to the Arctic Circle on this 12-hour (sometimes longer due to stops for extra photo opportunities) tour outside of Fairbanks. Join a small group of no more than 8 passengers on a fully-narrated, guided tour through dramatic landscapes of the Dalton Highway, and far-off snow-capped peaks of the Brookes Range. Search for wildlife and learn more about Northern Alaska from a knowledgeable guide.
Go on an ice fishing expedition on a frozen lake outside North Pole. This is the ideal Fairbanks Alaska ice fishing experience as you will fish inside a cozy cabin with electric and heat! You will be warm and cozy as you fish through holes in the floor that go down to the ice. Sip hot cocoa as fish tug on your line. Experience this Alaskan tradition guided by a professional. Afterwards we will grill the fresh fish you catch!
Tour Contents? Before Europeans arrived in Alaska, dogsledding was already a very important part of Alaskan local life. Dog sleds were the most convenient way to travel and to deliver important supplies between local villages in the dead of winter. Even today, dogsleds continue to be used in remote portions of Alaska for daily travel needs. In the summer, the dogs usually take a break from pulling the sleds because the temperatures in interior Alaska grow too hot. In the fall, to get back in shape, they start by pulling ATVS and carts before the ground is snow-covered. Help them get warmed up for the season! On this tour enjoy the rush of a brisk 30-minute cart ride through the beautiful forests of Alaska. Your musher will happily take photos for you and with you. You will be won over by both these enthusiastic Alaskan Huskies and their mushers.
Our destination on this tour is Chena Hot Springs, famous for its soothing waters, it's ice museum with carved ice sculptures. Explore them on this shared tour of up to 15 people. Chena has indoor and outdoor pools. In the summer, enjoy the bustle of its resort town life. During the winter, experience the thrill of soaking in steaming water while enjoying the gorgeous fairytale views of snow around you. Sometimes ice crystals will form on your eyelashes and hair while your body is completely warm! This is one of the most interesting hot springs in the world. Chena Hot Springs' Ice Museum is open year around and allows you to see the ice-sculptures of world famous sculpting masters. Explore "rooms" made out of ice as well as free standing sculptures. For an extra fee of $15, you can choose to drink an Apple Martini at their ice bar out of a cocktail glass made of ice. Experience a drink like no other!
Discover Fairbanks during the winter months, on this 5.5-hour tour with driver/guide. Visit the Santa Claus House, the Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitors Center and the Museum of the North or Antique Auto Museum. See the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System and learn about the history of Alaska. Please note the Santa Claus House will be closed from Jan. 1, 2018 to mid May. This stop will be substituted with another location.
Enjoy a day out on the town in Fairbanks, Alaska. Visit the main highlights and attractions in the "Golden Heart City". Travel through time as you explore the Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitors Center. Stop at the famous Trans Alaska Pipeline and learn how this massive project was completed. Then, head uphill to the University of Alaska Fairbanks to take in the wonders of the Museum of the North. Finally, end the day with a trip to the Santa Claus House in the North Pole!
Away from the lights and noise of the city, small lodges and cabins sit on the mountain ridges surrounding Fairbanks. From the warmth of a cozy sofa watch the magical Aurora while drinking a cup of cocoa or some hot tea or coffee. Large windows are perfect for accommodating Aurora viewing. If it's a 365 degree view you want, go outside and get those magical photos you've been longing for. If you listen carefully, you might hear the Aurora singing to you.
Immerse yourself in Alaska's intriguing culture and history on this small-group or private tour in Fairbanks. Browse interesting art exhibits and installations at the Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitor Center and learn about the state's important heritage at the University of Alaska Museum of the North. Stop by the Yukon Quest Log Cabin for a glimpse into the Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race and explore Pioneer Park (seasonal), featuring several museums and attractions that celebrate Alaska's many notable cultural, historical and economic hallmarks. Choose from a small-group or private tour to ensure you'll receive personalized attention from your knowledgeable guide.
Slip on your heated helmet and hit the gas--we are headed through Alaska's winter remote playground. This 1.5-hour guided tour takes place on the outskirts of North Pole where we will thunder across the famous Alaska Pipeline and zip through snow covered forests. We usually see some wildlife on every tour to include: Moose, Fox, Snowshoe Hares, Ptarmigan, Grouse, and squirrels. On this tour you will ride in style and comfort. Every snowmobile has heated handgrips, electric start, reverse and is designed for touring with a 2-rider capacity.
Fairbanks, Alaska's second city has a long history as a location in the Tanana Valley, the heart of Athabascan Indian territory, and as the location of "America's Yukon" gold rush. Today, she is a leader in Arctic and Aurora research. Come explore Fairbanks!
This shuttle service is the fastest and the most economical way to transfer between Denali National Park and Fairbanks. Enjoy hassle-free transfers with pickup and drop-off at your hotel. Discover interesting facts and stories about Alaska along the way.
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