The remarkable wilderness and wildlife of Alaska, explored by bike
Thousands of miles of quiet roads and tracks offer the only interruption to a vast land of glaciers, rushing rivers, dense forest and towering peaks: ideal for the adventurous cyclist and an utterly unique biking experience.
Alaska is the ultimate wilderness destination! The wildlife is the epitome of North America, far outweighing the tiny human population in number. Grizzly bears, Bald eagles, moose, elk and wolf may be spotted from the saddle.
Crossing Prince William Sound gives us the perfect opportunity to look for whales, orcas and sea lions frolicking in the 10,000 square miles of fjords, waterways and islands. We will cycle close to North America's highest peak, the breath-taking Mt McKinley (6198m) and up to the huge, creaking Matanuska Glacier.
This is nature on a grand scale and to cycle through it is a rare privilege. Experience riding as you have never experienced it before through Alaska's 'Great Outdoors!'
What makes this trip responsible?
We stick to marked trails to reduce our impact on the local environment and pay entrance fees to each of the National Parks visited which helps support conservation efforts locally. On the trip we employ a ‘leave no trace’ policy in regard to litter - everything taken into the park is taken out to preserve the area and we recycle wherever possible.
Cycling through Alaskan Wilderness