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Alaska - British Columbia Wilderness 

Perhaps the wildest and most visually spectacular rivers in North America, the Alsek and Tatsheshini give you mountains, glaciers and more! Flowing from the inlands of the Yukon Territory to the coastal regions of the Gulf of Alaska, these rivers offer a full range of outdoor experience. Just what you expect from a great Alaska river rafting trip.

The Tatshenshini River flows through the heart of the largest bio-preserve in the world. Wildlife abounds as you travel through tall mountains, vast glaciers and iceburg dotted lakes.

The Alsek is extraordinarily different from the Tatshenshini which is only "one valley over". Glaciers, icebergs, wildlife, canyons and a helicopter portage around Turnback Canyon add to the adventure. The Alsek valley is perhaps the most "Himalayan-like" topography on the continent!

These international trips give you a wilderness treasure you wont forget.

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Tatshenshini River Rafting 11-Day Expedition – Glaciers, Grizzlies and Bald Eagles

Glaciers, Grizzlies and Bald Eagles. Floating through the world’s largest bio-preserve and non-polar icefields, the “Tat” offers mountain spires, hiking, wildlife viewing, wild flowers and is a photographers paradise.

Trip Length: 11 Days    Minimum Age: 8
Season: June - Sept    Intensity Level: Beginner - Moderate

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Alsek River Rafting 12-Day Expedition – ‘Wildest River in North America’ Voted by Guides

Renowned for large rapids, Himalaya-like mountain valleys and glaciers, the Alsek is a wilderness treasure unlike any other – including the Tatshenshini.

Trip Length: 12 Days    Minimum Age: No minimum age
Season: June - Sept    Intensity Level: Beginner - Moderate

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Upper Alsek River Rafting to Turnback Canyon – ‘Wildest River in North America’ Voted by Guides

This 8 day expedition offers a shorter version of our complete Alsek trip. Finishing with a heli flight out from Turnback Canyon, the upper trip is popular with those who have already rafted the Tatshenshini and lower Alsek, or those who have limited holiday time.

Trip Length: 8 Days    Minimum Age: No minimum age
Season: June - Sept    Intensity Level: Beginner - Moderate