From Healy: Denali Geocaching Treasure Hunt Tour with Meal

Activity provider:Black Diamond Resort Co

From Healy: Denali Geocaching Treasure Hunt Tour with Meal

Activity provider:Black Diamond Resort Co

From US$ 159.95 per person

Join a backcountry trip through Denali with an exciting geocaching treasure hunt and a local gourmet meal. Experience the Alaskan wilderness to the fullest and get plenty of photo opportunities.

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Duration 3.5 hours
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Live tour guide
Wheelchair accessible


  • Feel the thrill of riding off-road in a side-by-side through the Alaskan wilds
  • Enjoy an outdoor family-friendly adventure that has something for all ages
  • See if you can find the Alaskan treasure during a geocache treasure hunt game
  • Enjoy your choice of alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks with a gourmet meal
  • Stop for plenty of photos as you search for hidden viewpoints and secret spots
Full description

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:


• 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.


• 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.

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Tour guide
  • Black Diamond Resort Company entry
  • Backcountry gourmet meal
  • Snacks
  • Infant seats (available upon request)
  • Tips

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Meeting point

Meet your guides at the office about 15 minutes after the scheduled start time. The guides will be doing pickups during the first 15 minutes. The address is One Mile Otto Lake Road, Healy, Alaska.

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Important information

What to bring

  • Passport or ID card
  • Weather-appropriate clothing

Know before you go

  • The menu changes daily and is dependent on the time that you book
  • This tour operates rain or shine
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4 /5

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The scenery was beautiful and our guide was wonderful. But this was not a "geocaching tour" as described. We were supposedly going to have to hunt for boxes (true geocaching uses coordinates), and we were told in advance that for each one we would take a treasure/leave a treasure. In actuality they basically just drove us up to 3 boxes that had "clues" that weren't really used to go anywhere (no treasures but we did put our own in for others) and at the end there's a tub where you can pick a small item. The food was good but I was under the impression it would be an outdoor picnic. Instead we were in an enclosed building with several other tours all sitting at tables together sharing the bowls family style with strangers. Some of us aren't at that comfort level with covid yet. We knew it would be bumpy and the bumps were mostly fun and adventurous, but some of them were HUGE bumps that kind of cracked our spines and necks and hurt. So I wouldn't recommend to anyone sensitive to that.

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September 5, 2022

Very Good !

June 24, 2022

Product ID: 412268