Alaska Alsek River Rafting
Raft exciting Class II-IV rapids 160 miles down the Alsek River, through the world's largest contiguous protected wilderness, including Kluane National Park & Reserve in the Yukon and Glacier Bay National Park in Alaska. Keep an eye out for stunning glaciers and spectacular wildlife, from marmots to moose. Camp riverside and enjoy delicious meals while listening to river lore around the campfire. Take a helicopter portage. With raw nature on display at every bend, this is a unique river trip for thrill-seekers, through one of the last great frontiers.
- Float past the largest icebergs in all of Glacier Bay National Park and raft Class II-IV rapids
- Take an exciting helicopter portage for a bird's-eye of the Alsek's treacherous Turnback Canyon
- Enjoy meals and legends told around crackling campfire each night, beneath star-studded Alaskan skies
Internal Airfare: $1600
Minimum Age: 16
- Adventure and Active
- Safari, Animals, and Wildlife
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|Arrive in Haines, Alaska
|Travel to Haines Junction in Yukon Territory, Canada
|Raft the Mighty Alsek
|Raft Across Lowell Lake & The Lowell Glacier
|Navigate the Icebergs of the Lowell Glacier
|Run the Rapids of the Challenging "Lava North"
|Discover the Luminous Turnback Canyon
|Helicopter Ride Over Turnback Canyon
|Continue Down the Tatshenshini River
|Pass the Walker Glacier
|Float Towards Alsek Lake
|Paddle Among Sculpted Ice Flows of Alsek Lake
|Depart from Dry Bay by Bush Plane