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Alaska Wild Guides

Alaska Wild Guides, based in Girdwood, is a family owned and operated business. Born and raised in Alaska, we are intent on giving our clients a personal wilderness experience of Alaska’s immense beauty on our backcountry trips. We keep our snowmobile, jet ski and kayak tour groups small, this enables us to cover more ground and expose you to more of Alaska’s unique wonders. We are intent on giving our clients a personal wilderness experience.

Our guide service is located at the base of Mt. Alyeska, Alaska’s premier ski resort, surrounded by the raw majesty of the Chugach National Forest. Take a look at our site and see if these adventures call to you like the call of the wild. Small group adventures guided by the owners – experienced guides from Alaska. 


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Backcountry Adventure Tours

Ten Glacier Tour

In just four hours you'll ride top of the line jet-skis 67 miles along stunning Prince William Sound coastline into the amazing Blackstone Bay . Small groups will enjoy a four hour adventure with plenty of time to stop for

Shoreline Excursion Day Tour

Shoreline Excursion 2 Hour Day Tours: After a quick introduction, we'll gear up, cover kayak operations and safety instructions, then get moving on the water. There are glaciers, and a chance of seeing eagles, sea otters, seals, minke whales, porpoise,

Blackstone Bay Day Tour

Blackstone Bay Day Tour: Take a water taxi from Whittier to a beach 3 miles from Beloit Glacier in Blackstone Bay. After instruction, we'll pedal/paddle/sail to the glacier, spending plenty of time watching for calving ice, then we'll go around

Shotgun Cove Shipwreck All Day Sailing Tour

Shotgun Cove Shipwreck All Day Sailing Tour: Depart directly from Whittier and sail across to a massive waterfall crawling with thousands of kittiwake (birds). Then we'll cross over to Shotgun Cove, and have lunch beside a historic shipwreck. After a

Blackstone Bay Multi-Day Tour

Blackstone Bay Multi-Day Tour: $300 per day plus water taxi (per person) Duration: 3-4 Days Alaska Wild Guides LLC provides dry suits, dry bags, pfd's, tents, sleeping bags (with washable liners), sleeping pads, meals, snacks, beverages, transportation, instruction, and guide

Valdez to Whittier Multi-Day Tour

Valdez to Whittier Multi-Day Tour: $300 per day plus water taxi (per person) Duration: 7 Days Walk the kayaks on board the "Aurora", an Alaska State Ferry bound from Whittier to Valdez, then kick back and enjoy the ride, seeing

Whale Bay Whale Watching Multi-Day Tour

Whale Bay Whale Watching Multi-Day Tour: $300 per day plus water taxi (per person) Duration: 7 Days Alaska Wild Guides LLC provides dry suits, dry bags, PFDs, tents, sleeping bags (with washable liners), sleeping pads, meals, snacks, beverages, transportation, instruction,

Harriman Fjord Tidewater Glacier Multi-Day Tour

Harriman Fjord Tidewater Glacier Multi-Day Tour: $300 per day plus water taxi (per person) Duration: 5-7 Days Pedal/Paddle/Sail from Whittier out to the remote and spectacular Harriman Fjord, famous for its tidewater glaciers calving huge chunks of ice. Explore several

Glacier Day Tours

What to expect: Your guided winter snowmobile tour begins meeting your guides, getting your boots and suits, and transporting to the trailhead. After a brief riding instruction we begin our tour, traveling through pristine wild Alaskan lands. During your trip

Iditarod All-Day Tour

What to Expect: Come ride the Susitna and Yentna Rivers and follow along the historic Iditarod sled dog trail. We’ll stop for lunch at the Yentna Station Roadhouse where we warm up and fill our bellies before returning to the

Iditarod Multi-Day Tour

What to Expect: Tour the Iditarod trail and surrounding areas this winter, including Denali, and Rainy Pass in the mighty Alaska Range. Snowmobile out of Willow 70 miles to the remote Talvista Lodge on Day 1, then choose from these

Alaskan Explorer Multi-Day Tour

What to Expect: Starting at Lake Louis Lodge we ride a winding wooded trail north into the Alaska Range, staying at the Maclaren River Lodge, where we enjoy good food, comfortable beds, showers, and a bar to enjoy drinks after