Denali National Park, Alaska
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Driving your own four-wheel ATV machine is as close as you can get to being in the wilds of Alaska. Your adventure begins with a safety briefing and will be fitted with all the proper gear. Join your guide on a very personal tour of the Alaskan wilderness. This adventure has spectacular scenery and you are in control of your own journey. Stop whenever you want, take pictures of the beautiful scenery, laugh as you experience Alaska as it was meant to be—rough and wild! This experience takes you back on old coal mining trails and spills you out onto the Dry Creek riverbed, where Athabascan Indian artifacts have been found in archaeological digs. Across the river, you'll pass by an authentic broken down abandoned Alaskan cabin that is very interesting. You will travel past local vegetation while soaking in the breathtaking mountain scenery. Your trek takes you high where you can view the entire Healy Valley. Photo opportunities abound and you have a great chance of viewing wildlife in their natural habitat! A full service family style meal is included.
Note: Minimum age to drive is 16 years. A waiver must be signed. Bring your driver’s license. No additional riders on ATV. Guests with back, neck, heart or mobility problems are not allowed to participate. Wildlife sightings are likely but not guaranteed. Time on ATV is approximately 2½ hours. This option includes a meal.