Off The Beaten Path : Group Guided Journey : Highlights

Denali National Park to the Kenai Peninsula


2014 DEPARTURES

6/12-6/19, 6/26-7/3, 7/10-7/17, 8/7-8/14

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Trip Length 8 days/7 nights
Group Size 4-16
Arrive/Depart Fairbanks, Alaska/Anchorage, Alaska
Price From $5,695 to $6,095
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Territories Alaska North To Alaska : Journey Highlights





Explore the Great Land from the mountains and tundra of Interior Alaska to the mountains, rivers, and fjords of the South Central coast. Meet Iditarod veteran and special OBP friend Mary Shields and her sled dogs near Fairbanks, then catch the train to Denali National Park for a 2-day stay in a cozy cabin in the heart of the park with unparalleled views of Mt. McKinley. A scenic drive from Denali to Anchorage then on to Seward gives you a tremendous appreciation for this vast, diverse state. From your comfortable base in Seward, you float through a wildlife refuge, hike to Exit Glacier, and experience some breathtaking glacier viewing and wildlife-watching on a boating excursion in the gorgeous Kenai Fjords National Park.

  • Wildlife-watching: With all the diverse environments, you might see moose, bears, wolves, caribou, eagles, humpback and orca whales, sea otters, puffins and much more.
  • Alaska Railroad: Chug in comfort from Fairbanks to Denali through storybook Alaskan scenery.
  • Active exploration: Stay active with opportunities to hike, walk, float, paddle, bike, fish, and “wonder around.”
  • Camp Denali: This very special private retreat in the heart of Denali National Park offers daily activities and unparalleled views of Mount McKinley.

“This is a tremendous opportunity to get off the beaten path in the heart of Denali and on the Kenai Peninsula.” —Pam Bryan, Off the Beaten Path Co-founder