Brooks Range

         Photographic opportunities are boundless on wilderness trips in the BROOKS RANGE.  The North Slope is home to the largest Caribou herd in North America and the Wolves that follow them.  It is common to see Musk Oxen, Grizzlies, Moose, Dahl sheep by the hundreds, nesting birds and wildflowers in profusion.  Birders will appreciate the opportunity to see Peregrine Falcons, Gyrfalcons, Golden Eagles to name a few.  Enjoy hiking across alpine tundra taking in the flora of the area.  Spy on lousewort, saxifrage, lichens, grasses, sedges, mountain avens, dwarf birch, dwarf cottonwood and fireweed.  The mountains appear to go almost straight up.  In June the sun circles us and never goes down.  This is wilderness at its best! 


                A wilderness river trip is a superior low impact vehicle for hiking, photography, animal watching as well as fishing.  Our Eco-tourism float trips are a great way to access pristine remote country.  Viewing the subtleties of raw nature while meandering silently down remote rivers are difficult to capture in words or photographs.  Spectacular sunsets at midnight and watching storms moving in and out are unforgettable experiences amongst Alaska’s long summer days.  Memories are formed that will vividly shape your view of the world forever.  River trips are magical. We’d love to have you join us for a truly rejuvenating vacation, on you won’t soon forget.