14-Nights Highlights of Alaska - Classic

Highlights of Alaska
A vast, rugged land of jaw-dropping beauty and abundant wildlife, Alaska remains America’s last truly unconquered frontier. Up to the challenge? This 15-day adventure will put you in touch with one massive state more than you’d imagined possible, mixing hotel stays with cabins typical of the Alaskan frontier. Along the way, you’ll sample amazingly fresh seafood in Anchorage, hike Denali National Park, investigate glaciers, and be blown away by the awesome majesty of your surroundings. Prepare to have your horizons expanded tenfold.

Devour seafood in Anchorage, hike in stellar Denali National Park, hear glaciers groan at Wrangell-St Elias National Park, marvel at the views of the Kenai Peninsula

Standard hotels (4 nts), cabins (2 nts, en suite facilities), basic hotels/cabins (5 nts, shared facilities), basic hotels (3 nts, triple-share, shared facilities).

Group Leader
Chief Experience Officer (CEO) throughout.

Group Size Notes
Max 13, avg 10

Meals Included
5 breakfasts, 8 lunches

What's Included
Your Welcome Moment: Meet Your CEO and Group. All national and state park entrance fees. Hikes and exploration of Kenai Peninsula. Hike to Exit Glacier and Harding Icefield. Views of Portage and Worthington Glaciers. Wrangell-St Elias National Park visit. McCarthy visit. Cooper River Valley and Tangle Lakes views. Full-day excursion to Eielson Visitor Center in Denali NP. Free time in Homer, Valdez, and Denali National Park. All transport between destinations and to/from included activities.

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Featured Article : Anchorage Points of Interest
Anchorage Destination Guide


Homer Destination Guide


Seward Destination Guide


Valdez Destination Guide


McCarthy lies at the foot of the Wrangell Mountains of Alaska which copper, not gold, lured the first pioneers in the late 1800’s. It was a hunting ground for the Native Athabaskans until the copper rush sprouted. The construction of the Northwestern Railroad was set in motion to bring copper from Kennicott and McCarthy to Cordova, Alaska. Everything revolved around the mining operations and McCarthy, a once “dry town” established homes for their miners, saloons, restaurants and pool halls. Visitors today can tour the ruins of Kennicott, explore the rail bed of the old Copper River and trek the scenic beauty of Alaska’s Wrangell-St. Elias National Park.

Tangle Lakes

Tangle Lakes is a chain of lakes that’s connected by 16 miles of streams in interior Alaska forming the Delta River. During the 1970’s over 150 archaeological sites were discovered revealing settlements of the New World. The lakes support many species of fish such as: lake trout, burbot, and Arctic grayling. Tangle Lakes is a National Register of Historic Places.

Denali National Park

Featured Article : Discovering Denali: The raw beauty of Alaska’s largest national park
Featured Article : National Parks in Alaska
Denali National Park Destination Guide

Vacation Details

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Nights: 14
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Vacation Rating: Moderate
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