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Where in Alaska do YOU want to backpack? For me, it’s everywhere at once. If the weather is good.But my absolute Number one, FAVORITE place? .. read on ..
Hey Folks, 2 new trips on the website for 2018, and more to come. The first one is one Rhane guided in 2017 for us as an exploratory trip, in Lake Clark National Park. We’re offering custom trips to Lake Clark National Park this year, either basecamp trips where we camp, hike and packraft for […]
Hey Folks, But what’s a weeklong hike? Hiking trips in Alaska are a little bit different to hiking elsewhere. Alaska itself is a little bit different. It’s bigger. Wilder. Harder. Hiking in Alaska is harder than what you’re used to. Most correctly, I’d suggest that hiking in Alaska is substantially harder than what you’re used […]
Hey folks, Here’s an image I took of a guest one morning on our Bremner – Tebay Trek this August. John was sitting quietly before breakfast, on this rock by his tent, and I had grabbed my camera to shoot some landscapes when I saw him here. The fog in the valley below was amazing; […]
Hey Folks, Well, it’s well and truly spring here in Alaska, and the summer/fall hiking season right around the corner. So for anyone heading north this summer, this page might be of interest to you. Gates of the Arctic National Park is one of the less visited national parks in the state, which makes it […]
Hiking on the Russell Glacier, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve, Alaska.
I just had the good fortune to spend a week with a fellow whose company I enjoy very much, Bob S, from California. Bob’s been out on 4 trips with me now, 2 photo tours to Skolai Pass, 2 weeks in Katmai photographing grizzly bears and now a trip to Wolverine and the Nizina Glacier in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. Thanks Bob for your fantastic company!
Why I bring an 8′ x 10′ tarp and stakes on a backpacking trip in Alaska. The Integral Designs Siltarp 2rocks. Backpacking in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve, Alaska.
Backpacking Hidden Creek drainage in the Wrangell Mountains, from Hidden Lake, near the Kennicott Glacier, to the Lakina River. Fall colors, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve, Alaska.