Gates of the Arctic National Park, despite being the recipient of frequent media attention over the past 45 years, remains one of the most remote and unspoiled places on earth. An exclusive 12-day wilderness tour of both Gates of the Arctic and Kobuk Valley National Parks.

Trek Alaska utilizes Bettles as the point of departure for our treks in the Brooks Range.

Golden Eagles and Dall sheep frequent the high country.Lake trout, pike, sheefish, salmon and greyling are found in the rivers and lakes and the 200,000 member Western Arctic Caribou herd roams the park during July, and August. "No sight or sound or smell or feeling even remotely hinted of men or their creations," wrote Marshall. Click here to check out the rest of the guides! Rugged mountains, clear rivers, forest, and tundra beckon the wilderness traveler.All of the Alaska National Parks are spectacular, but Gates of the Arctic National Park just might be the best. Alaska Alpine Adventures has been exploring Denali National Park since its inception, but has been focused on guiding wilderness backpacking and hiking trips on the park’s south side since 2010 – a wild and remote wilderness we believe to be one of the many gems of Denali’s stunning crown.

Alaska Adventure Travel - Guided Alaska hiking, backpacking trips, river rafting, kayak tours, and outdoor adventures in Alaska's National Parks. A challenging backpacking trip so you need to be ready. Gates of the Arctic National Park, despite being the recipient of frequent media attention over the past 45 years, remains one of the most remote and unspoiled places on earth. In August, I joined Alaska Alpine Adventures for a terrific trip to the Gates of the Arctic NP.

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Backpack the famed Arrigetch Peaks and raft down the spectacular Alatna River Alaska Adventure Travel - Guided Alaska hiking, backpacking trips, river rafting, kayak tours, and outdoor adventures in Alaska's National Parks. If you are looking for a trip of a lifetime in an ultimate Alaskan hiking trip then you can’t do better than Gates of the Arctic.In the early 1930s Robert Marshall found his wilderness home -  a remote, uncluttered source of inspiration that would make him one of America’s greatest conservationists. Enjoy an Alaska backpacking trip in remote solitude in the Brooks Range. We have the freedom on this trip to do lots of backpacking or mix it up with some day hiking and exploration. © 2020 Trek Alaska, LLC.Alaska Hiking and Backpacking Trips and Tours in Alaska's most beautiful places.

19 Days & 400 Miles of Gates of the Arctic Backpacking: Thru Alaska’s Brooks Range Our first week was hard, several 12+ hour days. In Gates of the Arctic National Park, you may see small bands of caribou in quiet alpine canyons, Arctic Poppies and Alaska River Beauty flowering on the tundra and Common Loons or Tundra Swans in the sprawling glacial lakes. He truly gave us the trip we wanted!"

"Explore one of the most stunning spots in Alaska’s Brooks Range. The one road that bisects the range is the Dalton Highway, better known to Alaskans as the haul road.

Gates of the Arctic is the crown jewel of the National Park system. Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve is the northernmost national park in the United States.

Today I am sharing a guide to Gates of the Arctic National Park, including hiking tips, photography ideas and fun facts. Far North This area encompasses some of the most remote […]

Nov 8, 2016 - Arrigetch Peaks, Gates of the Arctic National Park, photo gallery » Alaska I had complete faith in the expert guides and they provided a outstanding experience. This is a place for discovery and exploration. "That feeling of wide open wonder, the possibilities for nearly limitless wandering, and the image of those proud caribou...that will stay with me a long time"

Lake Clark National Park; Wrangell-St. Elias; Gates of the Arctic; Katmai National Park; Denali National Park; Arctic National Wildlife Refuge; Aniakchak National Monument Hike and canoe with Alaska Alpine Adventures! Whether you’re a wildlife photographer, into Alaska birding, or just enjoy watching wildlife, Gates of the Arctic offers a true backcountry wilderness experience often rich with wildlife.Nunamiut (Inland Eskimos) have lived in the Brooks Range for thousands of years, fishing the productive waters and hunting caribou and sheep.

"The wilderness was spectacular, the leadership perfect." As always, the trip was more than I expected and I had a great time. But all that flying (and extra cost) is well worth it to enjoy a wilderness adventure in this lightly travelled and remote corner of Alaska. The park has no set routes in place and visitors may wander at will across 8.4 million acres of superlative natural beauty. "It seemed as if time had dropped away a million years and we were back in a primordial world. This was a true wilderness trip: physically demanding, mentally challenging, deep into some of the most breathtaking and remote wilderness I have ever seen.

Arctic River Guides provides professionally guided Alaska river trips, basecamp tours and outfitting throughout Alaska’s Arctic and sub-Arctic regions.