This hike in Chugach State Park begins just outside of Anchorage, Alaska's biggest city. Chugach State Park offers some of the most accessible trails in Alaska. The hike starts in the ski town of Girdwood after a beautiful drive along Turnagain Arm and ends at the Eagle River Nature Center. In this accessible wilderness we will have a chance to see wildlife such as moose, bears, cross a glacial river and get incredible views of mountains and glaciers. This hike is a great introduction of Alaska's wild and undeveloped mountains.
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Airfare is not included in the tour price.
- Transportation from and to Anchorage
- Professional guide service
- All camping meals
- Safety gear
- Cooking gear.
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M14907 offers private guided wilderness adventures and expeditions throughout Alaska. A husband and wife team, we formed in 2001 to organize the world's longest winter adventure race on the 1000 mile long Iditarod Trail. We also offer winter schools for future racers. In the summertime we lead trips to...
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