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I AlaskanAdventure5

Alaskan Adventure

Type:
Recreational, Road bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Basic hotel, full board
Start:
Alaska, Anchorage

Less strenuous than a purely cycling tour, this great adventure combines half days of bicycling with canoeing, hiking, sea kayaking, a spectacular drive across the Denali Highway and an awesome glacier cruise across Prince William Sound.

7 days
300 km
$ 3,695.-
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Alaska-Canada-Alaska Ride

Type:
Recreational, Road bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Challenging
Lodging:
Camping, full board
Start:
Alaska, Juneau

A sampler of the best of the Yukon and Alaska. This cycling tour combines the most dramatic alpine landscapes of the region. Cycling in a magnificent wilderness scenery. Discover the far north.

16 days
694 mi
$ 4,250.-
Alaska Golden Circle 3

Alaskan Golden Circle - SG

Type:
Recreational
Support:
Self-Guided
Level:
Challenging
Lodging:
Camping, no meals
Start:
Alaska, Haines

This 7-day ride traverses one of the most magical and scenic areas in the world. For the independent cyclist with self supported wilderness touring experience this is a great way to explore Southeast Alaska and the Yukon Territory Canada.

7 days
360 mi
$ 499.-
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Bicycle Alaska

Type:
Recreational, Road bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Challenging
Lodging:
Basic hotel, full board
Start:
Alaska, Anchorage

For those who want to see Alaska, and love to cycle, this is the ultimate tour! Six days of cycling through a wide variety of the incredible scenery of Alaska. We top things off with a last day cruise through glacier studded Prince William Sound.

7 days
800 km
$ 3,595.-
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Kenai Peninsula

Type:
Recreational, Road bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Deluxe, full board
Start:
Alaska, Anchorage

Experience the best of Alaska’s wilderness and wildlife as you hike, bike, kayak and cruise the pristine lands, glaciers and waterways of the stunning Kenai Fjords National Park. This tour is a balanced combination of different activities. Besides cycling, there is kayaking, hiking and some boat trips included.

6 days
150 km
$ 3,898.-
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Klondike Gold Ride

Type:
Recreational, Road bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Camping, full board
Start:
Alaska, Fairbanks

A Bike ride through history, retracing the route of the notorious 1897 Klondike Gold Rush. Starting from the historic town of Dawson City, this Event will follow the (reverse route) gold miners travels along the Yukon River to the seaport of Skagway.

12 days
463 mi
$ 3,850.-
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Alaska and Yukon Golden Circle tour

Type:
Recreational
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Basic hotel, full board
Start:
Alaska, Haines, AK

Bike from Haines to Skagway along the historic native trade route to the interior and the gold rush route to the Klondike! While Haines and Skagway are only fifteen miles apart by water, the bike route travels three hundred and sixty miles through some of the most breathtaking scenery in Alaska and Canada. Enjoy an intimate touring environment, with spectacular scenery that includes the coastal climate of Alaska as well as the interior climate of the Yukon Territory. A combination of history and scenic splendor as you follow routes used by Native Americans and the Klondike Gold Rush stampeder.

9 days
360 mi
$ 2,995.-
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Inside Passage Multi sport

Type:
Recreational
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Deluxe, full board
Start:
Alaska, Juneau

This adventure utilizes Alaska’a unique Marine Highway system for scenic cruising between the three coastal communities of Juneau, Haines, and Skagway. This is the perfect introduction to life in Southeast Alaska, where the mountains dominate the skyline, rising straight from the glacial waters of the fjord

9 days
$ 3,995.-
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Canol road

Type:
Road bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Camping, full board
Start:
Alaska, Whitehorse

During WWII, the US army constructed a road to bring oil from the Mackenzie River in Northwest Territory to a refinery in Whitehorse. Two years after completion, the 176 million dollar project was abandoned. The dirt road is still seasonally maintained by the Canadian government. The winding route takes you through some of the most beautiful northern country in this hemisphere. Bike past pristine lakes with loons calling. Observe relics of the road’s WW II past. View the scenic splendor of the autumn colors in vibrant reds and golds. At night, watch the northern lights overhead from your campsite.

10 days
285 mi
$ 2,895.-
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Yukon Canoe and Bike

Type:
Road bike
Support:
Guided
Level:
Moderate
Lodging:
Camping, full board
Start:
Alaska, Dawson City

Dawson City, once known as the “Paris of the North,” is our start and end point for a unique combination of a river trip and bike tour. We take to our canoes on the historic Yukon River for a four day paddle from Dawson to the town of Eagle, Alaska. The current moves you along at a good clip, though there is no whitewater. Experience the beautiful solitude along the hundred mile river journey as you camp on the shoreline and visit relics of the area’s gold rush past.
After crossing back into the United States, we pull off the river in Eagle, AK in for a comfortable night in a local B&B. We reconnect with our van, trailer, and bikes for the scenic ride back to Dawson City on the Taylor and Top of the World Highways. Stunning views of the Yukon Plateau await in a territory the size of California, with a total population of approximately 30,000 people! The biking portion is fully supported with a mix of gravel and paved roads.

9 days
144 mi
$ 3,295.-
Cycling conditions Alaska is not very densily populated so the roads are not so busy. The state initiated a "share-the-road" campaign to raise the awareness of the motorized traffic to the presence of cyclists. There are cycling opportunities from the southern city of Anchorage, on toward the north in Fairbanks. Mountain bike tours are organized in and around Glacier Bay NP. Landscape Alaska is by far the largest state in America and is isolated in the northwest. In the east Alaska borders Canada. Much of the state is dominated by several mountain ranges and Mount McKinley (6194 meters) is the highest mountain in North America. The state houses seven National Parks of which Denali NP on the south coast and Glacier Bay NP and Wrangell-St. Elias NP are the most popular. Climate In the north there are polar deserts - a tundra climate with little rainfall. The south has a milder climate that is comparable with Belgium and the Netherlands. Despite the icy image of Alaska, day temperatures in the center and south of the state can reach 77-86° ( 25-30 ° C) in June, July and August. In this period night temperatures can drop to 40°( 5 ° C.) ›› More Alaska information on Wikipedia
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