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Our most recommended Alaska Range Quad & ATV Tours

Denali National Park: Wilderness ATV Adventure

1. Denali National Park: Wilderness ATV Adventure

Set off on a fun-filled adventure in Alaska. Whether a novice or expert ATVer, this tour sets you up for a memorable experience in the Alaskan wilderness on your own automatic single ATV or multi-passenger side-by-side ATV. Riding along trails surrounded by Denali National Park, at speeds up to 30 mph, your adventure includes breathtaking 360° overlook stops with views of the Alaska Range, Otto Lake, and the Healy Valley. Navigate through rocky creek beds and even spend time splashing through the water (weather dependent). Knowledgeable guides will lead you through the rugged terrain and provide opportunities for photography. Wildlife is abundant — watch out for moose on the trail. The total tour route covers about 10 miles with 1.5 hours on the trails. Tour length is about 2.5 hours from pickup to drop-off.

From Healy: Denali Geocaching Treasure Hunt Tour with Meal

2. From Healy: Denali Geocaching Treasure Hunt Tour with Meal

Get an authentic taste of the wilds of Alaska on this round-trip guided scavenger hunt adventure tour from Healy. Venture off-road through Denali National Park on a side-by-side vehicle to hidden spots and scenic viewpoints as you search for the treasure held in geocaches. Afterward, relax with drinks and a gourmet meal. After pickup, you and your group will hop in a 6-passenger side-by-side. Let your guide take the wheel as you set out on your adventure into the wild. Enjoy the exhilaration of the ride, and the camaraderie of working together to find breathtaking views, secret locations, quartz and granite rocks, and much more. Keep your eyes open to spot local wildlife as you explore and hunt for geocaches. A geocache is a hide-and-seek container with hidden treasures inside. When you find a cache, sign your name in the logbook, pick out a treasure to take home, and leave a new one behind for the next adventurers. Marvel at the spectacular scenery and stop whenever you want to take pictures. After your adventure, recharge with a gourmet meal and your choice of drinks. Enjoy the delicious food and share all the best memories of your day with your group. Menus change daily, but below is a sample of what is served depending on the departure time of your trip: Breakfast• Homemade pastries and muffins• Fresh fruit• Fresh made-to-order eggs • Buttermilk pancakes with maple syrup• Grandma's biscuits and gravy• Camp-style breakfast potatoes• Alaskan reindeer sausage• Thick-cut ham and bacon• Assorted cold cereal with milk Breakfast drinks: mimosa, champagne, fresh hot coffee, tea, hot chocolate, cold water, orange juice, and apple juice. Lunch/Dinner• Cornbread muffins• Homemade potato salad• Wranglers coleslaw• House-made Alaskan bison chili• Grilled fresh corn on the cob• Barbecued chicken• Grilled fresh Alaskan salmon• House marinated barbecue ribs• Fresh berry dessert Lunch or dinner drinks: red wine, white wine, fresh hot coffee, tea, hot chocolate, cold water, orange juice, and apple juice.

Denali: ATV Trailblazer Tour

3. Denali: ATV Trailblazer Tour

Join an experienced guide on this unique tour that allows you to explore the wilderness and backcountry of Alaska. Tackle the terrain in a single-rider ATV or share the thrill in a multi-passenger or (double) side-by-side ATV.  First, arrive at the meeting point to meet your experienced guide and get kitted out with an ATV and safety protection. When you're ready to go, embark on a 2.5-hour adventure, covering a range of 20 miles across off-road trails that are challenging for all experience levels.  During the drive, observe glacial moraines and historic archaeological dig sites while navigating tree rutted trails, mountain-fed creek beds, and boggy tundra. Spend more time riding on the trail than any other Denali area off-road adventure tour. You may learn how to make fireweed tea, leave with a blueberry smile, or even chat about survival. Periodic stops are made for photography and wildlife sightings.

Denali: Single Rider ATV Adventure with Optional Meal

4. Denali: Single Rider ATV Adventure with Optional Meal

Get up close and personal with the Alaskan wilderness on this ATV tour of Denali's old coal mining trails. Drive your own four-wheel ATV and discover artifacts of Athabascan Indians that once lived in the area. Ride through the pristine nature and try to spot some local wildlife. Meet your guide and begin the adventure with a safety training and information course. Learn all the functions of your ATV and practice driving until you feel comfortable. Don the proper gear and head out into the Alaskan wild. Create your own journey and ride along old mining trails that allow complete immersion into the natural environment. Spill out onto the Dry Creek River Bed where many artifacts have been discovered by archeologists over the years. Stop and start as you like to take photos, especially of the abandoned cabin just across the river. Pass local vegetation and marvel at the mountain scenery in this rough and wild landscape. Keep your eyes peeled to catch sight of wildlife in their natural habitat and enjoy the thrill of driving your very own ATV. Take the option of including a meal in your tour and delight in a filling breakfast or lunch/dinner, depending on your tour time.

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What people are saying about Alaska Range

This tour was one of the most fun things I've ever done. The tour leader Gary was careful, clear, watchful, and good-humored. I had never driven an ATV and I felt very safe even though the trails were often rocky with huge ruts and puddles (wear something washable!), and some were pretty steep. The views at the top were incredible. A note to hot-doggers: when they told us the ATVs top out at 20 mph, some guys bailed the tour in disappointment, but the terrain was challenging enough in places that even at 12 mph we felt like real dirt bikers. The point is to see the views and look for wildlife. The ATVs have to go single-file on the narrow trails anyway, so there's no possibility of "racing." About the gourmet meal: It wasn't gourmet and there wasn't really the infrastructure up there to make it hot, but it was good honest food and there was a lot of it - chicken, salmon, ribs, bison chili, and a bunch of sides. Our table couldn't finish it all, and that included a college kid.

We loved riding the ATV along the rugged terrain and the tour guides were excellent in explaining the landscape. The only thing we wished were it could have been a bit longer. We booked the 2.5 hr trip and it was about 2 hrs from the time we checked in to the end of the trip. This included the bus ride back and forth from the office to the location.

Top experience! One of the highlights of our Alaska trip. Incredibly well organized, such great staff, a good track that was really fun! Worth every penny! Thanks to the team!

Our guide was very good. He made sure everyone was safe and having a good time. Meal was excellent.

Awesome experience and unique tour. Young kid enjoyed a lot.