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    Canyon Whitewater Rafting

    You look like you could use some coffee. Better yet -- if you REALLY want to wake yourself up, why not try a "Coffee Grinder" -- as in, the Class III rapid? If that doesn't open your eyes, we don't know what will! Take this trip to get a glimpse of Alaskan whitewater rafting and discover other such Class III (and one Class IV) rapids as "Cable Car" and the "Ice Worm" as you churn 11 miles downriver. Don't forget your biceps! You'll need 'em on this trip! Denali Raft offers this course for ages 12 and up. This one is sure to give you the thrilling, enjoyable rafting experience you've always wanted, so get ready to see a whole new side of Alaska! As you raft downstream, keep an eye out for creatures such as moose, sheep, caribou, and bears along the way! Good thing bears don't like to swim -- well, not ALL of them, anyway... ;)
    Canyon Whitewater Rafting

    George Parks Hwy, Denali National Park and Preserve

    • Enjoy an introduction to whitewater rafting in Denali National Park
    • Keep an eye out for wildlife on your route such as moose, sheep, caribou, and bears
    • Get a thrilling, enjoyable ride through several Class III rapids (and one Class IV) in the scenic Nenana River
    • Get in touch with your wild side!
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    Grand Denali w/ Glacier Landing

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    Soar over the snow-capped beauty of Alaska with Talkeetna Air Taxi! Introduce yourself to Denali and the Alaska Range and discover the enchanting beauty of the mountains. On this tour you'll take flight and view the Great Gorge of the Ruth Glacier, mile high granite walls filled with a 4,000 foot thick river of ice, and the deepest canyon in North America. You'll even have the rare opportunity to see "The Southside Seven Glaciers" that blanket the Alaska Range and the Wickersham Wall of Denali, which is the greatest continual vertical relief in the world. Kahiltna, the longest glacier in the park, stretches for 45 miles in a sprawl of earth and ice. Not convinced yet? Well, you'll even get to LAND on one of these beautiful glaciers.The beauty of the arctic alpine tundra of the north side of Denali National Park's remote interior makes for a truly unforgettable experience. Talk about an ice breaker to use at parties!
    Grand Denali w/ Glacier Landing

    14212 E 2nd St, Talkeetna

    • Explore the incredible landscape of Denali and the Alaska Range
    • View the Ruth Glacier, mile high granite walls, and the deepest canyon in North America
    • See the seven glaciers that blanket the south side of the Alaska Range
    • Fly over the Wickersham Wall of Denali
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    Grand Denali

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    Soar over the snow-capped beauty of Alaska with Talkeetna Air Taxi! Introduce yourself to Denali and the Alaska Range and discover the enchanting beauty of the mountains. On this tour you'll take flight and view the Great Gorge of the Ruth Glacier, mile high granite walls filled with a thick river of ice, and the deepest canyon in North America. You'll even have the rare opportunity to see "The Southside Seven Glaciers" that blanket the Alaska Range and the Wickersham Wall of Denali, which is the greatest continual vertical relief in the world. Kahiltna, the longest glacier in the park, stretches for 45 miles in a sprawl of earth and ice. The beauty of the arctic alpine tundra of the north side of Denali National Park's remote interior makes for a truly unforgettable experience. Talk about an ice breaker to use at parties!
    Grand Denali

    14212 E 2nd St, Talkeetna

    • Explore the incredible landscape of Denali and the Alaska Range
    • View the Ruth Glacier, mile high granite walls, and the deepest canyon in North America
    • See the seven glaciers that blanket the south side of the Alaska Range
    • Fly over the Wickersham Wall of Denali
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    Wildlife Tour

    This tour is for anyone who feels a rush of excitement when they see a Moose Crossing sign. If you're raring to meet up with some furry friends, you MUST join Salmon Berry Tours for this excellent wildlife excursion. The trip starts when a smiling Salmon Berry Tour guide picks you up and shepherds you south along the scenic Turnagain Arm. Where the Chugach Mountains meet Cook Inlet, you'll be able to spot Dall sheep, mountain goats, moose, and eagles. It's a great opportunity for a nature lover to go wild. Bring your guide book, your binoculars, and your camera! One of the coolest parts of the tour is that you'll be able to see Wood Bison. They were once thought to be extinct. What a relief it is, to see them ambling about their gorgeous 200-acre habitat. It's like the return of an long-lost relative.
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    Wildlife Tour

    515 W 4th Ave, Anchorage

    • Enjoy a tour of a 200-acre preserve, where you might see bears, musk ox, moose, elk, or caribou
    • Catch a glimpse of the incredible Wood Bison, once thought to be extinct
    • Relax with a complimentary ride to and from Anchorage, courtesy of a smiling Salmon Berry tour guide
    • Bring along your wildlife guide book, binoculars, and a camera
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    Juneau Dog Sledding

    Sure, dog days are generally a drag. But when you're sitting on a sled, that's not a bad thing! This thrilling dogsled experience begins with a trip to Musher's Camp, driving through the Tongass National Rainforest on Douglas Island. Arriving at the camp, you'll meet the mushers and Alaskan huskies they train. You'll then board a wheeled summer-time sled, and your journey will begin! Excited dogs will pull you along on a scenic romp through surreal Alaskan woodland. As you go, your musher offers insights into dog training and how to pilot a sled. Summer sledding is an integral part of the routine in order to train them for winter races, and this is your chance to take part! Returning to camp, you'll meet a dog handler and retired sled dog racer to learn about the care the dogs receive from the staff. You'll also take a walk across a suspension bridge overlooking Fish Creek and sit down to an interactive presentation about races and equipment used. You'll finish up your day by meeting the adorable husky puppies. Cuddling with the dogs is part of the process of socializing them and essential to their future success as sled dogs. No stealing the puppies!
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    Juneau Dog Sledding

    490 S Franklin St, Juneau

    • Learn about the sport of sled dog racing during a visit to Musher's Camp
    • Enjoy a scenic woodland ride on a wheeled summer sled
    • Meet the sled dogs, the puppies, and the handlers that train them
    • Enjoy an interactive presentation on sled dog racing
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    Cooks Turnagain

    Want to see the all the rugged beauty of Alaska without the rugged part? 907 Tour's has got you covered with Cooks Turnagain. This fully-narrated tour will show you all of the highlights with none of the hassle. You'll drive down the Seward Highway into Chugach National Forest before heading over to Portage Lake. From here you will take an hour-long glacier cruise. After you disembark, refuel at an Alaskan lodge before you continue on your adventure. Your next stop will be the Alaskan Wildlife Conservation Center. Here you will learn about the native wildlife and get a chance to see many of these creatures in their natural habitats. On your way back to town, climb up into the Chugach Mountains for spectacular panoramic views to finish out the day. So it may not be the way Jack London saw Alaska -- but it's a lot more comfortable.
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    Cooks Turnagain

    2310 Albion Cir, Anchorage

    • Take off on a fully-narrated, all-day tour of all the best sights to see around Anchorage
    • Drive down the scenic byways out of town towards Portage Lake where you'll take a 1-hour glacier cruise
    • Stop at a rustic lodge to purchase delectable soups and sandwiches
    • Check out the incredible Alaskan Wildlife Conservation Center for a chance to see brown bear, black bear, moose, caribou, musk ox, lynx, and wood bison
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    Denali Highway Jeep Excursion

    If you're taking an excursion in Alaska, there are a few things you should probably know about. #1. Polar Bears -- don't hit them (they're hard to see in the snow). #2. You simply MUST ride the Denali Highway. After all, it was named a "Drive of a Lifetime," by National Geographic Traveler Magazine... AND if there was a #3, it would be "Take your camera," but that's a moot point, in the smartphone age. That said, this route is a photographer's paradise. Along the way you'll enjoy views of snow-capped mountains, icy glaciers, and panoramic vistas flanking the Denali Highway. Not to mention all of the wildlife you might come across if you keep your eyes sharp... As driving the Denali Highway is prohibited by most rental vehicle companies, this exclusive excursion provides access to more of Alaska's spectacular scenery and wildlife, and is a great alternative to crowded bus trips. Each Jeep has 4 doors -- perfect for a quick fire drill, even more useful for swapping drivers, and a CB radio for communicating with the guide so stops can be made along the way. Wanna know a little CB sign off? Repeat after us: "Ten-four, good buddy!" Or, if that's not your style you can always keep it short and sweet with, "Roger."
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    Denali Highway Jeep Excursion

    238 George Parks Hwy, Denali National Park and Preserve

    • Enjoy a guided and narrated 100+ mile round trip excursion, full of opportunities to see Denali and its wildlife
    • Take the path less travelled when you ride through what was once the gateway to Denali National Park, a 135-mile gravel road surrounded by pristine nature
    • Scope out views of snow-capped mountains, icy glaciers, and panoramic vistas flanking the Denali Highway
    • Hug the dirt road in a brand new, 4-door, 4 wheel drive Jeep!
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    Summer Sunset Photo Safari

    Anchored down in Anchorage for the summer? Perfect time to capture a few shots of the Midnight Sun! Head out with a professional photographer for some one-on-one photography instruction, and tips on some of the best spots in the vicinity to capture late-day shots. As you travel, enjoy additional insights into natural history, which will serve to lend context to the dazzling backdrops you find yourself photographing. Meet at Stewart's Photo Shop in Downtown and hop aboard a cozy tour van. Travel along the scenic Cook Inlet Coast, and arrive at Earthquake Park for your first shoot: the remaining aftermath of the Great Alaska Earthquake of 1964. Then, pay a visit to Point Woronzof, known as a gathering spot for local moose. With a little luck, you'll be hanging a picture of antlers on your wall, but either way you'll have the opportunity to photograph a beautiful perspective of Cook Inlet backed by the Alaskan Range. Afterwards, a pit stop at Lake Hood Floatplane Base will give you the chance to snap some shots of the summer air traffic. Follow with a voyage through Potter Marsh. Formed 100 years ago, totally by accident, this whoopsie wetland now serves as a home for migrating birds. Continue your trip with a drive along Seward Highway, and then take quick hike to McHugh Creek. Master shutter techniques as you photograph the river's flow into Turnagain Arm, with a better-than-bad chance at spotting beluga whales swimming below. Finish your picturesque journey high up in the Glen Alps of the Chugach mountains for panoramic shots of Anchorage and Cook Inlet, just in time for sunset. As a private tour, you can work with your guide to tailor your inventory, and make a spontaneous stops along your route to shoot the local wildlife (with your camera). Happy hunting!
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    Summer Sunset Photo Safari

    531 W 4th Ave, Anchorage

    • Explore the area around Anchorage during a wide-ranging nature shoot
    • Travel with a local guide and experienced photographer for expert tips
    • Photograph incredible backdrops formed by forest, mountain, and sea
    • Immerse yourself in a dazzling natural world designed to fuel your creativity
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    Flag Stop Rail n' Raft Tour

    Who needs Alaskan "reality" shows when you can experience the beauty of Alaska yourself? Take a 15 minute ride in the historic Flag Stop Hurricane Train from the Talkeetna townsite depot to Chase! When you reach your destination, you'll hike down to the area where the rafts will be readied for you so you can begin your trip down the mighty Susitna River. You'll observe the natural beauty of Alaskan wilderness as you float along the river. See ferns that drape the river's edge, some well over 8 feet tall. Make sure to keep an eye out for soaring eagles, jumping salmon, crossing moose, and even an occasional bear stalking fish along the river banks! Sounds like a lot! Not to worry, you'll have the opportunity to take a break for refueling on a nearby island. After lunch, you will continue on your journey throughout wilderness, floating down 12 more miles of the majestic Susitna River back to the town of Talkeetna. Shut off that TV and book the trip of a lifetime!
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    Flag Stop Rail n' Raft Tour

    22831 Talkeetna Spur Rd, Talkeetna

    • Visit one of the last flag stop trains in America and raft down the Susitna River
    • Enjoy the beautiful scenery as you float along a pristine glacier-fed river
    • Stop on a nearby island for a break and homemade complimentary lunch
    • Observe the gorgeous Alaskan wildlife such as jumping salmon, soaring eagles, and majestic moose
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    Ninilchik - Boat #3 (King Salmon/Halibut Combo)

    Ready to hang that "gone fishing" sign and get away from it all? The Kenai Peninsula's 21-mile Ninilchik River brings in fisherman from all of the world, and with good reason. Its halibut and king/silver salmon populations are renowned, with massive schools of either running through the mouth of the Cook Inlet at various times of the year. During this chartered excursion, you'll work with experienced guides to take advantage of this phenomenon, enjoying a fishing experience that's sure to get you hooked! Adding to the experience, this somewhat isolated area is well known for its beautiful scenery, including both the small port village of Ninilchik, or the majesty of the surrounding environment. Whether you're a recreational or a sports fisherman, this is one trip that is sure to satisfy. You'll have a reel good time.
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    Ninilchik - Boat #3 (King Salmon/Halibut Combo)

    15750 Kingsley Rd, Ninilchik

    • Treat yourself to a fishing excursion in the vicinity of the port town of Ninilchik
    • Fish on river waters known for their thriving halibut and king salmon population
    • Enjoy the amenities and spacious confines of a chartered fishing vessel
    • Relax and test your fishing skills while immersed in an isolated natural environment
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