Haines, Alaska, US
Last Frontier ATV Adventure
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Approximately 3¾ Hours
Drive a Razor-style UTV (utility task vehicle) into the Alaskan wilderness. Scenic mountain and river views with wildlife viewing opportunities abound.
Your knowledgeable guide will meet you at the dock in Haines. A scenic 26-mile drive by passenger van or school bus along the National Scenic Byway and through the Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve brings you to the remote staging area.
At the staging area, listen to an orientation and safety briefing about your Razor-style UTV (Razor style means side-by-side) from your guides. These high-performance UTVs are fun to drive and a great way to explore the Alaska wilderness.
Over the next 15 miles of gravel road, your guide will lead you through a series of remote areas to explore the wilds of Alaska. As you drive past beaver ponds and mountain meadows, keep an eye out for swans, salmon, eagles, bears or moose along the way.
Cross over Little Salmon Creek and ascend to a series of viewpoints overlooking the Klehini, Tsirku and Chilkat River Valleys. From this vantage point, enjoy a picnic lunch and bask in the surrounding mountain views.
Descend the mountain and make your way back to the staging area before returning by van or school bus to Haines.
Minimum age is 12 years. Minimum age to drive is 21 years with valid driver's license. There are a combination of 2-person and 4-person machines to accommodate varying group sizes and families. There are several spots along the tour where you can swap drivers to give everyone some time at the wheel. The UTVs are automatic transmission and drive similar to a car for ease of operation. Wear closed-toe shoes. Dress warmly in layers. Restrooms are not available during the wilderness ride. Picnic-style lunch includes sandwich, chips and cookies along with water, lemonade, hot cocoa and coffee.