ATV Wilderness Adventure
Double Rider Rentals: $216.00
Quad Rider Rentals: $388.00
ATV Wilderness Adventure
After checking in at the tour office and filling out your paperwork, you will have a safety briefing on the operation of your ATV. Then get ready for some real Alaskan excitement on the ATV Wilderness Adventure! Whether a novice or expert ATV rider, this trip is a memorable experience in the Alaskan wilderness on your own automatic one or two-passenger ATV!
Riding along old coal mining and ATV trails at speeds up to 30 mph, your adventure includes two breathtaking 360 degree overlooks that provide views of the Alaska Range, Otto Lake, and the Healy Valley.
Then, you'll navigate down to the creek bed, where you'll spend time splashing through the water (depending on recent weather). There are several opportunities to see wildlife throughout your ride, although wildlife sightings can never be guaranteed. The tour covers approximately 10 miles and operates in rain or shine, but within safety guidelines. The total time on the trails is approximately 1 hour 30 minutes.
A helmet, goggles, and gloves will be provided. Helmets are required by law. Eye protection, either the provided goggles or your sunglasses or glasses, is mandatory.
Please Note: If you are staying in the Talkeetna area (McKinley Princess Lodge, Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge etc.), you are approximately 100 miles from the Denali Park main gate area, from where this tour departs. You are responsible for your own transportation to the Denali area.
Guests with neck, back, or hip issues, or women who are pregnant should not participate in an ATV tour. If in doubt, consult a doctor before booking a tour. Pets are prohibited on the ATV ride. All guests must wear a helmet and eye protection (that can include personal glasses or sunglasses), which will be provided. All participants must sign a waiver.
At any point during your tour, if the guides feel that you are operating your ATV in an unsafe or reckless manner, they have full authority to end your tour without a refund.
Reviewer: Al Grotewold
Really enjoyed the ATV ride near Denali National Park in Alaska. Better yet, it started at 9:30PM and it was still light out when we finished. You can't actually ride ATVs in the park, but we were on trails right next to it. Great guides. Would definitely do it again!
A great time. Loved the stops and views. Guides really tried to get to know you and were very knowledgeable about the area. We had the 2 person vehicle which turned out to be extremely fun.