Alaska & Yukon Tatshenshini River Rafting
Wilderness Whitewater & Pristine Natural Beauty
Ready for one of the greatest river journeys on earth? Born among the chiseled snow-clad mountains of the Yukon, the Tatshenshini River flows with a casual grace past fields of wildflowers and sweeping glaciers on its relentless path to the sea. Explore this remote, rugged habitat of grizzly and black bear, mountain goat, moose, bald eagle, and osprey. Start the trip in lush forest and by the end, take in the breathtaking Ice Age scenery while rafting among icebergs. Join this epic adventure, on easy rapids navigated by expert guides and day hikes through dazzling wilderness, that gratifies the soul. See below for a sample itinerary of your day-to-day activities.
Note - Actual itinerary routes vary from departure to departure depending on environmental conditions and group abilities. Please call for more details about each departure.
- Raft Class II-III rapids over 132 miles down the river through a great wilderness frontier
- Enjoy up-close views of roaming wildlife, like grizzly bears, wolves, mountain goats, and moose
- Hike through fields of wildflowers, sweeping glaciers and through glacier valleys, and camp riverside
Price: from $4,495
This is a moderate river rafting trip. You should be comfortable rafting up to 29 miles over the course of 6 hours per day for 8 days on class II - III rapids. We will also hike up to 6 hours, with 2,600' of elevation gain and loss. Hiking is optional! Previous river rafting experience is recommended, and you should be in good physical condition. Due to the remote nature of this trip, vehicle support is not available.
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