Into the Wild – Alaska’s Wildest Trip

Tat - Tanner 073Our 11-day Tatshenshini-Alsek trip traverses the wildest parts of the Yukon, British Columbia and Southeast Alaska. This 190-mile expedition journeys through the world’s largest protected wilderness spanning 22 million hectares. Arguably the most scenic river trip on the planet, you will be immersed in a primeval land that is beyond description.


The “Tat”, as it’s affectionately known by the guides, affords us many opportunities to explore the mountainscapes, glaciers and broad alluvial fans. With 4 planned days for hiking, you will have time to explore and hike.



The Tatshenshini-Alsek has strictly regulated launch dates to ensure your wilderness experience is just that. Approximately 400 people raft the river annually despite the geographical region being more than 10 times the size of Grand Canyon National Park.


Rafting through Canada and Alaska’s highest mountain ranges and sleeping at the toe of majestic glaciers makes for an outrageous and unparalleled adventure.

It truly makes people jump for joy!