Alaska Nature Guides

Join a great naturalist guide for a hike or custom day trip in the spectacular South Denali area. They’ll pick you up in Talkeetna for a 3-mile Talkeetna Lakes Hike or heli-hike, or meet them an hour north in Denali State Park for an easy Byers Lake Nature Walk or exhilarating Denali Wilderness Hike. Join a scheduled trip, or they can customize a private trip to fit your schedule, activity level, interests, and group. They specialize in custom trips for families, groups, photographers, and birders. Their trips feature the area’s most experienced guides, stunning views of Denali, and great wildlife. They’ll take you to pristine natural areas where their guests make a close connection to Alaska’s natural landscape while moving under their own power and using all five senses. They give back, supporting local community and conservation groups by donating time, money and materials to projects such as the building of a community playground, sponsoring the Youth Conservation Corps, and volunteer trail days. They teach Leave No Trace to youth groups and to their guests, and keep the areas they visit free of invasive plants and litter.

Alaska Wildland Adventures

Alaska is our home, and we’ve been committed to providing the highest quality trips from the beginning, over 40 years ago. We were among the first to offer raft explorations of the Kenai River into the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, and we pioneered small-group explorations from the protected areas of Kenai Fjords National Park and the Kenai Peninsula to Denali National Park and Preserve. We know all the areas we visit intimately. Today, we are proud to continue this tradition as Alaska’s leader in soft adventure trips. We believe smaller groups mean bigger experiences, better memories and more smiles.

Denali Zipline Tours

Just outside of historical Talkeetna, catch glimpses of the magnificent south side of Denali as you traverse down a ridge line through an enchanting boreal forest. On the platforms, take in the entire Alaska Range overlooking the Susitna and Chulitna Valleys. Explore and interact with your guides to discover local flora & fauna in the largest eco-system on earth. This 3 hour zipline tour is designed for minimal impact on the environment, a focus on sustainability ensures preservation. The beautifully designed course, exceptional employees, and ecofriendly tour are just small parts in experiencing this amazing piece of Alaska. As the closest zipline to Mt. Denali, come and see for yourself the reason Denali Zipline Tours has had thousands of satisfied guests in 5 seasons of operation!

John Hall’s Alaska

Family owned and operated for 34 years, John Hall’s Alaska provides guests with fully guided tour itineraries featuring all 5 regions of Alaska, the Yukon and the Canadian Rockies. Our land tours are all-inclusive in nature with in-depth explorations of Alaska’s greatest wilderness destinations. Limited to small groups, we are able to bring guests hands-on and educational wildlife and cultural experiences, revealing the history and ecological wonders that Alaska has to offer.

Premier Alaska Tours

Premier Alaska Tours, Inc. is a locally owned tour and receptive operator, motorcoach charter, and deluxe dome rail company. We provide receptive services for tour operators based outside of Alaska who need an Alaskan specialist to assist in creating extensive land tours for custom and multiple departure accounts. Our company philosophy is to provide a unique experience by hiring a team of local experts who tell the tales of living in the Great Land. All tour programs include a local tour director and driver to facilitate touring. We sell packaged tour programs exclusively to travel professionals, tour operators, cruise lines and wholesalers. We are Alaskans who have a passion for offering the best services in Alaska and the Yukon.

Talkeetna Air Taxi

The heritage of Talkeetna Air Taxi dates back to the early days of flying in Alaska. Today we continue to lead the way in exploring the Alaska Range and Denali National Park. We have expanded the meaning of expedition support for climbers to include logistical support, up-to-date route information and/or photos, unique base camp locations, mid-climb route checks, as well as remote and unclimbed peak information.