Alaska Vistas is a guide outfitter based in Wrangell, Alaska. We have been guiding in the area since 1995 and are privileged to operate in federally protected areas such as the Stikine-LeConte Wilderness Area and the Anan Bear & Wildlife Observatory. While we specialize in bear viewing at Anan, we also offer trips to the Stikine River and LeConte Glacier, multi-day rafting excursions, hiking, and paddling. We aim to share our love of Alaska through the trips we have designed around the beauty of Southeast and the things we like to do even on our days off.
From an active strenuous hike to the top of a mountain, to a gentle float trip through the Bald Eagle Preserve, we have a tour for everyone. Delve into a cultural exploration of the native Tlingit people or enjoy an ATV adventure into the wilds of Alaska. Whether Zip-lining through the treetops of the Alaskan rainforest, kayaking amongst bears, eagles and salmon in a serene wilderness setting, or canoeing on an aquamarine alpine lake at White Pass; you’ll be sure to have the experience of a lifetime.
The staff of Alaska Mountain Guides and Chilkat Guides place a premium on our guests’ experience. Every trip that we lead draws on the experience of countless expeditions in Alaska, and around the world. They bring this experience and enthusiasm for Alaska to each and every tour that we operate. Our team of leaders are committed professionals who are exemplary guides. We are dedicated to ensuring our guests an experience that exceeds their expectations!
Camp Denali’s long standing family ownership is committed to preserving and refining the fundamental elements of our mission: excellence, community, and place. Your Camp Denali experience is personal. It is a unique blend of camaraderie among fellow adventurers and staff in a wilderness environment without parallel. At the core of our guest experience is a chance to be close to the land and, in exploring Denali’s wilderness, to learn about its ecology and history. More than facts and figures about Denali, we hope our guests return home with new ways of seeing, understanding, and taking care of the natural world in their own backyards. In addition, we hope that our own on-site sustainable practices, such as operating on renewable energy with our 90kW solar array and utilizing our greenhouse to grow our own fresh produce, will provide an opportunity for our guests, staff, and other small business owners in Alaska to learn about viable alternatives to the status quo. For us, providing excellent hospitality is not about attending to every luxury or amenity. Instead, we strive to ensure our guests’ comfort, meet their needs, and surpass their expectations.