Alaska’s Secret Season

Winter in Alaska is a profound experience. The land is blanketed with white and shadow and the evening skies are filled with the green, red and orange hues of the Northern Lights, one of nature’s most spectacular displays. Animal tracks in the snow tell stories and lead to wildlife normally difficult to find. The tourist season is only a memory. There is much warmth to be found as the residents welcome you. The entire state seem to be yours. Alaska’s winters are crisp, fresh and clean. February and March bring 12 to 16 hours of beautiful light. Our itineraries are planned around special events and regional activities. Custom adventures feature viewing the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race and visiting Denali National Park and the Brooks Range to the far north.