Alaska Wild Guides – Guided Alaska Backcountry Snowmobile Tours

So you’re in Alaska, and you have just one day to explore. What should you do? If it’s winter, then you have to go on a once in a lifetime backcountry adventure with Alaska Wild Guides, LLC. Our winter day snowmobile tours allow you to see parts of Alaska you won’t be able to see on a bus tour, and they’re a lot more fun too!

When you go on one of our snow machine Alaska winter adventures, you’ll visit hidden ice caves, remote glaciers, and frozen rivers. You’ll see wildlife like moose, lynx, and birds. If you’re lucky, you might even catch a glimpse of some wolves.

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Our day tours are ideal for the beginning snowmachine rider, but we can customize them for experienced snowmobilers as well. We provide all the outer equipment and gear you need as well as snacks and a hot drink to keep you going on your adventure. Plus, we keep our excursions small, usually just five riders making them perfect for small groups, couples, and families with older children.

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You can choose between two 1-day tours, our Glacier Snowmobile Tour and our Iditarod All-Day Tour. The second tour is perfect for beginning snowmobilers and people who want to retrace the steps, and the paws of a bit of real Alaskan history. We can also customize a tour to suit your skill level and your interests.

What to expect: Every one of our day tours starts with meeting your guides, getting into snow gear like boots and suits, transportation to the trailhead, and brief instruction on how to ride your snowmobile. After that, your trip begins. All you need is your sense of adventure and your camera.

No matter which winter day tour you decide to try, your Alaskan snowmobile adventure will be the experience of a lifetime.

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Glacier Day Tours

What to expect: Your guided winter snowmobile tour begins meeting your guides, getting
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Iditarod All-Day Tour

Iditarod Day Tour – Early Season!

Come ride through winding forest, open fields and along parts of the historic
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