Flying out of Kotzebue we have access to six different national parks and preserves. We believe that the Alaska wilderness is invaluable
Flying out of Kotzebue we have access to six different national parks and preserves, all of which offer their own unique adventure. We will tailor the trip to your liking, ranging from a day trip, where we can land in several of the different parks, to dropping you off for a scenic camping or hiking trip. The areas surrounding Kotzebue are among the most natural and untamed that Alaska has to offer.
Gates of the Arctic, Kobuk National Park & Preserve, Noatak National Preserve, Krusenstern National Monument, Bering Land Bridge, and Selawik National Wildlife Refuge.
Please call us today at 1-907-388-5968 to talk about these trips and how you can join us!
Kotzebue is one of the few places to offer the true Alaskan experience of viewing a variety of wildlife species in their natural habitat. On a single flight it is possible to see Dall sheep, moose, musk ox, black bears, grizzly bears, and possibly the elusive timber wolf.
Towards the end of June through the first week of July you can view the aggregation of the Western Arctic Caribou Herd with numbers reaching up to 400,000 give or take a few thousand.
World Class Fishing
The Kotzebue area has many remote streams and rivers that support various species of sport fish. Among these are anadromous Dolly Varden, Northern Pike, Sheefish, Arctic Grayling, and Chum Salmon.
If you have ever thought about making a trip above the Arctic Circle then be sure to bring your fishing gear. Our goal is to help our clients enjoy and preserve this wonderful resource for many generations to come.
With an abundance of remote wilderness rivers surrounding the Kotzebue area, there are endless opportunities for spectacular float trips. From the rivers on the North Slope of the western Brooks Range, to the majestic upper reaches of the Noatak Valley in the Gates of the Arctic National Park & Preserve, adventure seekers will find an experience that is unlike any other.
The Kobuk River and its many tributaries offer a relaxing summer rafting trip, which can be complimented with great fishing and a day hike to the Great Kobuk Sand Dunes; the largest active dune field in North America.
Kotzebue is the perfect hub to access many different types of habitat for casual and avid birders alike. The area boasts a multitude of different species, including the rarely-seen Siberian Tit Parus Cinctus.