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Multisport Alaskan Adventure Tour


$24,050 USD

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Alaskan adventure tour — the itinerary:

From salmon fishing on the pristine Prince of Wales Island to venturing into the state’s largest known cave, you’ll dive head-first into nature in the most immersive way on this journey. This Alaskan adventure tour begins at the remote Lodge at Whale Pass. This cabin stays true to its name — whales galore feed in the surrounding waters. Why not take a guided boat out and try and see them for yourself? Other highlights in this area include; taking out a mountain bike to explore the logging roads, kayaking the Inside Passage, and making the most of the numerous fishing options. After a scenic floatplane-transfer to Anchorage, the second leg of your tour will take place at Winterlake Lodge. Located at the foot of Alaska’s mountain range, and on the Iditarod Trail, this refuge brings luxury to the backcountry. From private massages and local cooking classes to heli-hiking and fat-tire biking, there are plenty of activities here that everyone will enjoy. Who knows what you might get up to?

Go on an Alaskan adventure tour with Entrée Destinations:

The Last Frontier is home to a vast and expansive landscape. There is plenty to explore here, but knowing where to start and how to travel is no small order. At Entrée Destinations, we know the best destinations and activities that will make your Alaskan adventure tour one to remember. Our roster of tried and tested short-haul flight options and private transfers makes having fun in Alaska effortless. For peace of mind, we also provide 24/7 travel support that you can always depend on — we are by your side. Our itineraries are built from the ground up according to your needs and interests; want to go heli-hiking? We’ll make the call. Fancy seeing dolphins from a kayak? Let’s get you on the water in their favorite location. This itinerary is a taster of what is possible! You can download the full version to find out more, or fill out the Plan Your Trip form to start the planning process.

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The Route

The Entrée Difference

Safety: Your safety is our top priority. We handpick our transportation providers, guides and suppliers to meet the highest safety standards in the industry.

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24/7 Support: We’re behind the scenes, monitoring every leg of your trip. You will have one dedicated point of contact throughout your journey, available for everything from dinner reservations to last-minute itinerary changes.

Love & Care: Thoughtfulness and care are in our DNA. We plan and operate our trips as if they were for our own families. We’re here to serve you.

The Itinerary


Upon your arrival at the airport in Ketchikan, you will be escorted to the adjacent floatplane dock for a scenic 40-minute floatplane flight to your Lodge on the north end of Prince of Wales Island. Settle in and watch the eagles fly overhead prior to dinner. Accommodations are at The Lodge at Whale Pass, Lodge Room.

Over your three days at the Lodge, pick and choose among the myriad outdoor adventures on offer. Hundreds of rivers, lakes and streams invite you to cast a line; catch salmon in season, or cutthroat trout year-round. If saltwater fishing is more your thing, head offshore for halibut, king salmon, silver salmon and rockfish. Accommodations are at The Lodge at Whale Pass, in a Lodge Room.


Another day at the Lodge offers more options than you can count. Hike or ride a mountain bike along hundreds of miles of remote logging roads, or go caving at El Capitan—the largest known cave in Alaska. Lodge staff can help you spot the wide array of flora and fauna on the island, including blacktail deer, loons, black bears, bald eagles, harbor seals, Arctic ravens, gray whales, wolves, river otters, martin and mink. Accommodations are at The Lodge at Whale Pass, in a Lodge Room.

If you haven’t done it yet, we recommend whale watching on your fourth day; a number of species migrate through the inside passage, including the gray, humpback, and orca. Another great option is paddling among the numerous bays and inlets nearby, or strapping kayaks onto a Sports Utility Boat bound for distant islands, fjords and glaciers. Finally, take a day cruise to LeConte Glacier and kayak among the icebergs. Accommodations are at The Lodge at Whale Pass, Lodge Room.


Enjoy a final morning and lunch at the Lodge before boarding your floatplane bound for Ketchikan and your pre-arranged Alaska Airlines flight to Anchorage. There, a driver will meet and transport you to your hotel in the city. For dinner tonight, we leave you to dine on your own, chose from one of our favorite restaurants. Accommodations are at the Hotel Captain Cook, in a Junior Suite.


After an early morning pick-up, you will board a floatplane that will transport you to your remote backcountry lodge. Accommodations are at Winterlake Lodge, in a Cabin.

Engage in any number of activities at the Lodge: hike along the historic Iditarod Sled Dog Trail, or along Wolverine Ridge, which offers views of Denali and the chance to spot black bears, moose, and wolves; go kayaking or canoeing; take a yoga class or therapeutic massage; or enjoy a cooking class with the resident chef or perhaps lodge owner, Kirsten Dixon. Accommodations are at Winterlake Lodge, in a Cabin.

Your adventures on the eighth day are supported by a Robinson R-44 helicopter—allowing you to explore the pristine backcountry surrounding the lodge. Your options include sport-fishing, rafting on the wild Happy River, hiking to a glacier ridge, glacier trekking on a rarely visited section of the Alaska Range, or dining on Wolverine Ridge. Accommodations are at Winterlake Lodge, in a Cabin.


Take a scenic floatplane flight through the Tordrillo Mountains and Triumvirate Glacier to Redoubt Bay Bear Sanctuary. A trained naturalist will take you by boat for an up close and safe view of the feeding brown bears. Late afternoon, board another floatplane to Lake Hood in Anchorage, from where you will be transported to your hotel. Accommodations are at Hotel Captain Cook, in a Junior Suite.

On your tenth and final day your driver will transport you from your hotel back to the Anchorage airport in time for your return flight. Safe travels!

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