FLY-OUT RAFTING, KAYAKING and BACK COUNTRY HIKING
A Rust's Flying Service river float/fishing drop-off at the head waters of Lake Creek on Chelatna Lake
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Brooks Range - All Alaska
We'll guide you on a day hike through some of the wildest country on the planet. Follow creek bottoms, ridge lines, and touch a turquoise blue glacier. We also offer multi-day hikes and back-country skiing.
The surrounding mountains are fantastic, but look down too...the Brooks Range is full of fossils.
The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is home to 42 fish species, 37 land mammals, and over 200 migratory and resident bird species.
Right from the lodge you'll see caribou, muskox, moose, solitary grizzly bears, peregrine falcons, and short-eared owls. See even more on a flight up the valley.
Alaska Adventures - Southeast Aviation
Ketchikan - Misty Fjords - Hiking
ALASKA HIKING ADVENTURES - SOUTHEAST AVIATION
Southeast Aviation flies to over 150 remote locations featuring U.S. Forest Service cabins in the Tongass National Forest that can be rented for an overnight breather, a week-long hiking and photo expedition, or even a 10-day off-season stay that is guaranteed to stir the soul and awaken the senses.
Hiking is a great way to experience Southeast Alaska at eye level. Checkout the Misty Fjords Fishing & Hiking link on our website home page for detailed information.
Wrangell Mountain Air
McCarthy - Wrangell/St.Elias National Park
WRANGELL MOUNTAIN AIR
Wrangell Mountain Air offers an impressive array of 21 base camping/day hiking, 15 backpacking, and 5 rafting/kayaking trips (class II through class IV). We provide equipment lists specifying the gear necessary for each excursion. Many of our trips start from off-field drop-off areas at the toes of glaciers, on gravel bars, and along ridge tops. Some of these expeditions are ambitious, lasting for several days and require good physical condition. Others are easy same-day excursions, and we offer everything in between. If you're looking for a unique Alaska adventure, Wrangell Mountain Air will fix you up with exactly what you want. All trips are self-guided.
Tok - Wrangells - Alaska Range
Enjoy the beauty of Alaska on a self-guided float trip on the historic Fortymile River or through the Yukon-Charley Preserve on the Charley River. With fantastic grayling fishing, wildlife viewing and a little bit of whitewater, these trips are magnificent and unforgettable. If you prefer something more sedate, enjoy relaxed fishing at one of two lakes. Jathamund Lake and Wellesley Lake both lie within the Tetlin Wildlife refuge. Both lakes have fully equipped cabins and boats for your use. Just bring your personal items and fishing gear and we'll fly you there.
Or experience the remote beauty of Alaska with 40-Mile Air on a self-guided backcountry excursion. With skilled and knowledgeable pilots and the proper plane for the trip, we can provide access to nearly any drainage from the Canadian border to Delta Junction including the phenomenally beautiful Wrangell mountains with ancient volcanoes, or the equally impressive majesty of the Alaska Range. With a variety of routes to choose from, almost any option is a short flight, and offers the incomaparable splendor of Alaskan mountains and glaciers. Enjoy the affordable experience of a lifetime on a hiking excursion with 40mile Air.
Anchorage - Susitna Valley - Yentna River
"One of the best ways to see the wilderness in Alaska is to take one of our float trips. We offer several different float trips from easy to moderately difficult. Our float trips include Lake Creek
(starting from Lake Chelatna)
, the Talachulitna River, Happy River near Winter Lake Lodge, Grayling Creek, and the Tlikakila River. We offer custom trip planning as well."
Wilderness Place Lodge
Anchorage - Susitna Valley- Lake Creek
WILDERNESS PLACE LODGE
Take a float trip down Lake Creek for an unmatched Alaskan wilderness adventure. Lake Creek meanders 50 miles southward from its source at Chelatna Lake in the mountains near Mt. McKinley through virgin forests, past rocky bluffs and muskeg meadows, .
From the mouth it is impossible for jet boats to go beyond the first 5 miles. Rafting is the only way to experience Lake Creek with its with sheer cliffs, echo-canyons, and pristine tributaries.
The upper 20 miles of the creek provides unparalleled fishing all summer long for Arctic Grayling and Rainbow Trout.
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