Venture in to the expansive beauty of Alaska's landscape in this Overland Adventure. Formidable mountains, impressive glaciers and magnificent national parks all flourish in North America's nature utopia. Visit some of the continent's highest peaks and glimpse the iconic inhabitants including moose, red foxes, brown bears and bald eagles. By foot, kayak and even dog-sled be part of this travel adventure through the grand, bountiful land of Alaska.
Day 1 Anchorage
While waiting for fellow travellers to arrive, why not visit the Alaska Zoo to see bears, snow leopards and Tibetan yaks?
Days 2-4 Denali National Park
Take a scenic bus tour through Denali and see grizzly bears, elk, caribou and wolves. There is the opportunity to hike, raft or take a flight for spectacular views of Mt McKinley.
Day 5 Delta Junction
Hit the northernmost point of this journey passing through Fairbanks, then set up camp in Delta Junction.
Day 6 Kluane National Park
Temporarily farewell Alaska and enter Canada's Yukon Territory. Camp at Burwash Landing, on Lake Kluane's shores.
Days 7-8 Skagway
Back in Alaska, experience a close encounter with America's national emblem at the Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve at Haines. Take the ferry to Skagway, a historically significant port town from the Gold Rush era.
Days 10-11 Dawson City
Travel to Dawson City, in the heart of the Klondike Gold Rush territory.
Day 12 Tok
Take the Top of the World Highway to head back to Alaska. Camp in the dog-sledding town of Tok.
Days 13-14 Wrangell-St Elias National Park
This national park boasts the continent's largest collection of glaciers. Camp at nearby McCarthy, which serves as a base for exploring the park. Hiking, glacier walks, ice climbing and a scenic flight are some of the options to choose from here.
Days 15-16 Valdez
Outdoor activities abound in picturesque Valdez, known as the 'Switzerland of Alaska'. Fish, cycle or cruise Prince William Sound to view the magnificent Columbia Glacier.
Day 17 Anchorage
Enjoy the nightlife of Alaska's largest city.
Days 18-19 Seward
Look out for the blue ice of Portage Glacier en route to Seward. From here, why not take a cruise around the glaciers of Kenai Fjords National Park, hike the Exit Glacier to Harding Icefield or whiz through breathtaking scenery on a dog sled?
Day 20 Homer
Be enchanted by the beauty of the Kenai Peninsula.
Days 21-22 Anchorage
Keep an eye out for beluga whales on the way back to Anchorage.
Day 9 Whitehorse
Skip back into Canada to reach Whitehorse, capital of the Yukon. Relive the glory days at the White Pass Yukon Route Station, then head to the campsite at Takhini Hot Springs to soak, swim and relax in the natural mineral waters.