Experience two of Alaska’s great treasures—its unspoiled wilderness and its rich cultural heritage—on a journey that will have you hiking in Denali, spotting wildlife while cruising the Prince William Sound, and getting acquainted with Alaska Native cultures in Anchorage.

Starting at: $6,290 * Price includes special offer Make a Reservation Ask Us A Question or Call 855-330-1542
 Chilkat dancer in traditional dress. Credit: Kim Heacox/Accent Alaska
 The city of Anchorage
 The Alaska Native Heritage Center. Credit: Alaska Native Heritage Center
 Dancers at the Alaska Native Heritage Center. Credit: Alaska Native Heritage Center
 Performance, Alaska Native Heritage Center. Credit: Alaska Native Heritage Center
 View of Denali from Talkeetna
 Talkeetna Lake with mountains in the distance
 Denali National Park
 View of Mt. Denali from the park road
 Bear with cubs
 Caribou in Denali National Park
 Moose sighting in Denali National Park
 The Alaska Railroad
 The town of Whittier
 Heading toward Harvard Glacier, near Whittier
 Harriman Glacier, off Prince William Sound
 College Fjord, near Whittier
 Breaching whale
 Pod of Orca whales
 Puffins
 Sea otters in Prince William Sound
 Seals lounging on an ice berg
 Bald eagle in flight

Alaska: The Last Great Frontier

A Stay in Anchorage and Denali National Park

8 days from $6,290

Experience two of Alaska’s great treasures—its unspoiled wilderness and its rich cultural heritage—on a journey that will have you hiking in Denali, spotting wildlife while cruising the Prince William Sound, and getting acquainted with Alaska Native cultures in Anchorage.

or Call 855-330-1542

Experts

Aug 6 - 13, 2023 Departure
Carl Schreier

Carl Schreier

Carl Schreier was born and raised in the Yellowstone and Grand Teton country of the Northern Rockies, where his grandparents homestead at the turn of the nineteenth century. He studied wildlife habitats, geology, botany and journalism at the University of Montana and completed further wildlife studies in East Africa. He has consulted for most of the recent US Presidents and foreign diplomats in the field of natural resources. In addition, he is the founder and publisher of Homestead Publishing, located in Jackson Hole, WY and San Francisco, CA. He is the author of more than 20 books, including, A Field Guide to Wildflowers of the Rocky Mountains and Banff-Jasper Explorers Guide and the recipient of national book and screen awards.

Aug 27 - Sep 3, 2023 Departure; Sep 3 - 10, 2023 Departure
Sharon Hudgins

Sharon Hudgins

Sharon Hudgins is an award-winning author, a former university professor, and a professional journalist. A seasoned traveler with a sense of adventure, she has lived in 10 countries on 3 continents, traveled through 55 countries across the globe, and logged more than 45,000 miles on the Trans-Siberian Railroad. After completing a bachelor's degree in at the University of Texas, she earned graduate degrees in Political Science at the University of Michigan and the University of Texas (Radio-Television-Film). She has taught at several major universities, including 18 years for the University of Maryland's education programs in Germany, Spain, Greece, Japan, Korea, and Russia.

She is the author of 5 non-fiction books and editor of others, including Food on the Move: Dining on the Legendary Railway Journeys of the World. As a journalist and independent scholar, she has published more than 1,000 articles on history, travel, culture, and food, in magazines, newspapers, academic journals, and books, including several entries in Oxford encyclopedias. She has also been a lecturer on numerous tours to Alaska, Eastern and Western Europe, and Russia, including expedition cruises to the North Pacific (Alaska, Kamchatka, and the Kuril Islands). She enjoys lecturing on subjects as diverse as Alaskan history, Native Alaskan cuisine, and the life and lore of reindeer.

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