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Conquer a mountain peak on a nature trek in the Lake Clark area. Whatever level of adventure you seek, be pushed outside your comfort zone or enjoy a leisurely hike to local waterfalls. Fly or boat in to the beginning of your journey. Rely on our expert guides to take you on an unforgettable trek to high peaks with breathtaking views.
Alaska is home to many delicious berries. Access berries on a hike to local waterfalls, or take a day trip up the lake. Pick Alaskan blueberries, cranberries and raspberries to take part in making jam, jelly, pies, and many other delicious homemade treats. Berry picking is a summer tradition for any Port Alsworth resident and enjoyed by all ages.
Experience the majesty of Alaska by floating a river. Take a multiple day float and camping trip down a river that empty into Lake Clark. Flown in to the base camp, mix canoeing with hiking, berry picking, wildlife viewing and enjoying a warm campfire. Great for small groups and will be customized to your level of experience and adventure.
South Fork Lodge:
Specialized for groups, the South Fork Lodge is nestled on the Hoholitna River 200 miles from the nearest road. Be prepared for an amazing low-altitude flight in a bush plane to the comfort of wood cabins on the river where you will enjoy warm fires, home cooked meals and steam baths. Mix meetings with a hike, a river float, wildlife viewing, fishing or other adventures. This location is ideal for men's retreats, leadership conferences, families and anyone seeking refreshment. Comfortable accommodations for groups of 5 to 12.
Dick Proennekes Cabin:
Only accessible by float plane, visit Dick Proennekes rustic cabin on Twin Lakes. Known for its remarkable craftsmanship, it reflects a true Alaska wilderness ethic. Proenneke built the cabin only using hand tools, many which he fashioned himself. He lived off the land for 30 years and left his cabin in full a replica for visitors to experience. Hike local trails, lunch on the beach and experience local wildlife.
Be refreshed as you glide through Alaskas rivers and lakes on a kayak or canoe. Lake Clark is 40 miles long, 5 miles wide and offers many unique places to paddle. Explore small islands, caves, and hidden beaches all from Port Alsworth. No experience is necessary and trips will be tailored to the level of adventure you seek. Access remote mountain lakes, as Jeremy transports kayaks on his float plane to give you a very memorable kayak trip.
Rely on Jeremy to take you on a low elevation flight through some of the most beautiful land in Alaska. Fly over glaciers, through mountain passes. Tundra tires or floats on Jeremys cub allow for landing on remote glacial lakes and mountain tops. Soar over tundra and lazy rivers, spotting wild life as you go. Jeremy has been a bush pilot in the Port Alsworth area for more than 20 years and will take you on an unforgettable flight.
The favorite winter sport, snowmobiling in Alaska can take many forms. Enjoy a full day snowmobile trip up and over nearby mountains, or explore new places when Lake Clark freezes over. Snowmobiling trips can be customized to your adventure level and experience.
Extreme Glacier Skiing:
One of the most unique and extreme experiences in Alaska is skiing on a glacier. Swish through fresh powder down an endless slope surrounded by magnificent peaks. Trust our expert guides to fly you on skis to glaciers that rest in Lake Clark Pass between Anchorage and Port Alsworth. Ski near majestic Mount Redout. Skiing experience is a must and equipment is not provided.