The Seward highway, named a Forest Service Scenic Byway and an All-American Road, boasts incredible scenic viewpoints and some of the best odds of viewing sheep, moose and possibly wales in their natural habitat! Meet a variety of Alaskan Wildlife at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center including bears, moose, caribou, wood bison, musk ox, lynx, wolf, and more!
Explore the trails of Alaska by Snowmobile and Dog Sled with our full day adventure. This tour begins with a 3 hour snowmobile trip which offers stunning views of Denali and the Susitna River Basin as we follow the first miles of the Iditarod Trail.
Alaska is a large and diverse land. At times it can be beautiful in Homer, but foggy on the other side of the inlet or vice versa. Therefore, there is always the possibility for trip cancellation or delay. We recommend that customers schedule their bear viewing trip the first available day of their vacation in Homer. We want to ensure that if a weather cancellation were to occur, that you have the time left in your trip for a bear viewing .
Don’t miss the Chulitna Gorge Tour (formerly known as the Three Rivers Tour)! Your 3 1/2 hour exciting trip will begin aboard the “McKinley Queen” as it whisks you into the heart of the wilderness in comfort. These are the most technologically advanced jetboats in Alaska designed to safely navigate rivers that were previously inaccessible.
The Knik River Valley, is a rider’s dream located just 45 minutes north of Anchorage. This tour is designed for people that don’t have time to fit in the full adventure. We will ride through silt dunes, navigate water crossings, weave along forest trails and get an excellent view of Knik Glacier in the distance if the weather permits.
The glacier lies at the end of a beautiful 23 mile long ATV trail next to Lake George. This tour is everything you’re looking for. Very fun trails, beautiful scenery, wildlife, water crossings and mud holes, you won’t be disappointed on the Knik Glacier tour.