Tallest of all North American peaks, Mount McKinley is famous for its unforgiving weather. Read more →
Whether you are a first time visitor or a returning one, coordinating an Alaskan expedition can be overwhelming. Our relationships with local hoteliers, pilots, gear shops and other service providers make your transition from home to the field smooth and efficient.
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Hikers, climbers, skiers, research teams and film crews appreciate our meticulous attention to detail. We flawlessly execute every aspect of expedition logistics, from; building a custom budget, outfitting your team, transporting you to the field and overseeing your safety each step of the way.
As with all Wild Alpine adventures, the itinerary for your next Alaskan expedition is entirely unique and customized to your goals. Plan on spending less time behind the scenes and more in the mountains, gettin’ ‘er done. Our support team accommodates any length of stay and enables your expedition to originate in most Alaskan towns.
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About the Area
Bigger than Switzerland and three times the size of Yellowstone, this U.S. National Park is part of the largest internationally protected ecosystem. Read more →
A company town of the early 20th century and its counterpart – the working man's oasis. Read more →
Active and dormant volcanoes, historic settlements, and abundant wildlife characterize this great region. Read more →
One of the world's great ranges, on par with the Andes and Himalaya. Read more →
Sweeping through the interior, the Alaska Range includes five smaller ranges and North Americas tallest peak: 20,320 ft Denali. Read more →
What is the weather going to be like during my visit? When talking about weather, “summer” means late May through early September. Average summer temperatures range from 33 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit. While rare, it has been known to snow in July, so be prepared for cold weather. June through August are the rainiest months, although yearly … Continue reading
What is the difference between National Park and Preserve? A National Park is an area of unusual scenic or historic interest owned by the federal government and administered by the National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, to conserve the scenery, the flora and fauna, and any natural and historical objects within its boundaries … Continue reading
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Anchorage serves as the gateway to most Wild Alpine adventures. Officially incorporated in 1920 (Alaska was granted statehood in 1959) this central hub is a relatively young community founded on the construction of the Alaska Railroad and North Slope oil revenues. All the comforts of major cities in the Lower 48 can be found here; … Continue reading
Valdez is an Alaskan oil and harbor town at it’s finest. Crude oil from the North Slope is loaded onto barges here and shipped via Prince William Sound to refineries outside of Alaska. The people here are hearty and kind; the accommodations are comfortable and the food satisfies a big appetite. Valdez is a no-frills … Continue reading
Just 45 minutes from Anchorage, Girdwood is a quintessential Alaskan ski town. Town boasts 650+ inches of snow annually and summer’s highlight – the Forest Faire – plus seasonal crowds and a few nice places to eat and hear live music. The Alyeska Hotel is known for it’s mountain-side location, skiing, hiking and mountain biking … Continue reading
Historically, Talkeetna has served at the primary jumping-off point for mountaineers accessing Denali (aka Mount McKinley) and other popular areas of the Alaska Range. Comfortable accommodations, a good selection of restaurants, a local brewery and the popular Fairview Inn make this place a favorite staging spot for climbing parties. Located just two hours north of … Continue reading
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