Maybe the realization hits you as you trek across a glacier, or maybe it washes over you as you kayak the lake. Perhaps it only becomes clear as you as you return to the cabin: You’ve spent days in Alaska, but the only thing you will take with you are memories, and the only thing you’ll leave behind are footprints in the forest and in glacial snow.
Alaskans’ deep understanding of their surroundings is married with a respect for them, and the desire to protect those special places for years to come. This respect for surroundings isn’t something new; a deep knowledge, appreciation and understanding of surroundings have been a critical part of life in Alaska for thousands of years.
Responsible guides immerse guests in Alaska’s natural wonders and pristine environs, while sharing their love of the state’s wildlife, geology and lifestyle. Inventive uses of resources can mean an even closer connection to Alaska, and special moments you’ll remember for the rest of your life.