We use an old hunter’s packing trail that takes us above tree line. Lunch on top of a mountain that overlooks the Peninsula. Spectacular!
On this three-day trip we use a rugged old packing trail to access high mountain valleys of the Kenai national Wildlife Refuge. We normally explore mountain tops around camp on day two. This is a great wildlife trip and our camp overlooks the Cook Inlet to the west for magnificent sunsets.
To reach our high mountain camps in the northern Kenai Mountains, we use Resurrection Pass and Devil’s Pass where caribou, brown bear and eagles are common. We spend 4-6 hours in the saddle daily on these trips and often have time to fish high mountain lakes and creeks.
A rugged seven hour ride gets us to a remote hundred year old horse camp. This ride takes us into quite un-used, wild country that is almost exclusively accessed by horseback.
We venture deep into the valleys of the Chugach mountains and to the headwaters of glacial fed creeks. This trek takes us over 30 miles back into the homeland of the Killey River Caribou herd. We spend 2 days on old packer trails getting to our camp against the Tustemena mountains, and spend 4 days exploring high country full of wildlife. This is our most extreme wilderness trip.
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