Alaska Land Tours with AdventureSmith
Traveling by land in Alaska is an adventure among mountains (17 of the U.S.’s highest peaks), rivers (more than 3,000), glaciers (an estimated 100,000) and coastline (6,640 miles). Going with AdventureSmith Explorations means you will visit this Last Frontier in a way that’s intimate, active and in touch with nature and culture. Need more reasons to adventure with us?
Work with one Adventure Specialist to research, purchase & prepare for your personalized Alaska land tour.
We know Alaska, and have the insight to assist you with connecting all the dots & details needed for overland travel.
Our company was founded by a former Alaska naturalist guide & we can match you with the best land tours.
Save with our wilderness lodge partnerships & insight on how to travel efficiently for your budget.
Visiting Denali National Park
Traveling overland in Alaska is not an easy task, especially as far into the interior as Denali is located. Trains, cars, float planes, helicopters and day boats all make up the greater landscape of getting around in this Great Land, and our team has the know-how to make it as seamless as possible for you and your travel companions. Read our guide on Denali National Park as a primer for what our team can bring to your Alaska travel equation.
More of Iconic Alaska by Land & Custom Tours
From the brown bears of Katmai National Park to moose, mountain goats and glacial icescapes, our Alaska land tours are designed to showcase iconic, authentic Alaska, without the tourist crowds. Talk to us about how to make your trip one you’ll share memories from for a lifetime. Our team is adept at customizing all of our listed itineraries for your travel needs.
The Seasonality of Alaska Land Tours
Summer is the premier time to travel by land in Alaska. Summer days are long, with 20 hours of sunlight on summer solstice (June 21), so this core travel season is packed full for wildlife and visitors alike. Keep in mind that the season is short in Alaska’s interior, and thus Denali National Park is only open to visitors from early June through mid-September.