Design Your Adventure PRIVATE MATANUSKA GLACIER TREK PRICE FROM $250/PERSON click on any image to enlarge PERFECT FOR GROUPS AND SOLO ADVENTURISTS The NOVA Adventure Trek travels across Matanuska Glacier terminal moraine, out past the “Ice Falls” area and into the heart of the glacier. We welcome the opportunity to customize this tour for private individuals
PRICE FROM $1,750/PERSON
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Our most popular Alaska wilderness rafting trip
Another of our famous fly-out and float-back wilderness trips.
Our Talkeetna River trip is widely considered the premier Alaska wilderness multi-day Class III and IV whitewater river raft trip, and it’s certainly our most popular!
This river trip starts and ends in Talkeetna, Alaska, about 110 miles north of Anchorage, and where most of the flights-seeing and climbs of Denali are staged.
We take bush planes 55 miles up the Talkeetna River and land on adjacent gravel bars. The flight-seeing includes chances to see Denali and an overview from above of the area you will be traveling through by river.
River highlights include plenty of Class III and IV whitewater, including a 10-mile plus stretch of continuous whitewater on Day 2. This is considered one of the longest rapids in North America!
Our experienced guides are also your hosts, who will prepare meals and set up camp. NOVA also provides all camping gear and whitewater gear to make it easy to participate. We float through some extremely scenic areas as well as world-class salmon runs. So, bring your fishing pole (don’t forget your Alaska fishing license) and camera.
ADVENTURE LEVEL Easy AND Challenging– view classifications
We operate with two rafts minimum on this trip. This requires a party of four minimum to conduct. Parties of less can submit dates of their choice for us to try and develop.
RIVER CATEGORY: CLASS II – IV WHITEWATER
PRICE: $1,750 PER PERSON IN JUNE & AUGUST
LOCATION: TALKEETNA, MATANUSKA VALLEY
AGE LIMIT: AGES 12 AND UP
START TIME: 7:00 AM
DEPARTS FROM: TALKEETNA AIRPORT
DURATION: 3 DAYS
DISCOUNT: GROUPS (10+) 10% OFF
2020 TALKEETNA RIVER TRIP DATES.
- Our July trips are full.
- We need two or more to make August 4 trip that is in development.
- Parties of less can submit dates of their choice for us to try and develop.
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