Summer & Fall Adventures

Summer and Fall activities are available May 15th – September 31st. Contact us to make your reservation!

Allow us to introduce ourselves, owners, Annie & Mike Hopper. There is nothing like summer in Alaska and we embrace every single day. We believe that when visitors decide to get to know a place like the Alaska Range and explore its treasures, they will truly understand how this land transforms people’s lives. We are able to arrange 3-6 day packages for our guests which include guided hikes, fishing trips, sightseeing by plane and canoe trips.

Allow us to share our personal cabin and be prepared to take home memories like no other and explore areas that have taken us years to find. Summer packages provide a worry free way to see Alaska with knowledgeable guides who share their knowledge of the culture, wildlife, the environment, history and the people of this area. Let us take you to visit the sheep on nearby hillsides, hike trails to timberline and enjoy panoramic views of the Alaska Range Mountains and the Delta River. Take flight seeing trips to areas still untouched. Enjoy the quiet, the wildflowers, the wilderness and pristine valleys of the area.

We look forward to sharing the knowledge of the valleys, the rivers, the mountains, the wildlife and nature in a way that most folks only read about. The fall is a remarkable time and the northern lights are spectacular as early as September. Enjoy outings to see see moose in their natural habitat!

Call us about our rates! ADVANCED RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED.

*A deposit of total of 50% of fees is required on all listed activities, which is non-refundable. Activities will be rescheduled due to weather cancellations within the same calendar year.

Activities depend on guest interest, level of fitness, and weather! Transportation available upon request. Learn more about some of our summer and fall adventures below.s

Contact us to inquire about our 3-5 day winter and summer packages!

Safety and Risk Management:

Due to the nature of outdoor travel there are certain inherent risks in all Outdoor Adventure’s trips. Acceptable risks include traveling with a daypack for several miles over uneven terrain, consisting of ditches, frozen rivers and creeks, as well as up and down inclined slopes. Conditions may include below zero temperatures, snow showers, and high winds. Driving risks may include slick and snowy roads, poor visibility, and wildlife. Please note that trip cancellations are possible with temperatures colder than -20F. It is important to recognize that you are voluntarily participating in this activity. By choosing to participate, you agree that you appreciate and accept responsibility for these risks. Alaska is a wild place.  Your safety is our highest priority.

*All guides have the ability to contact the lodge. Guides are trained in first aid for outdoor emergencies.
**Most travel is within 1-2 hours of the lodge.