Our Tatshenshnini River rafting trip flows through the St. Elias Mountains to the Alaskan coast. The mountains contain the largest non-polar ice caps in the world. This incredible natural area has been designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
National Geographic’s, Journeys of a Lifetime, ranks the Tatshenshini River raft trip as the #1 river raft trip in the world.
The number one rafting trip in the world! – a lofty accolade to meet. And, the Tatshenshini River rafting meets it at every turn. There is the navigating of the roaring Class III rapids of Tatshenshini Gorge, campsites each day with spectacular views of glacial mountains, a visit and walk upon the impressive Walker Glacier, the unforgettable sights and sounds of the Alsek and Grand Plateau Glaciers, floating on Alsek Lake among the huge icebergs calved from surrounding glaciers, and hiking into the mountains for grand vistas are but some of the spectacular highlights.
The Tatshenshini flows through the heart of the largest bio-preserve region in the world. Grizzly bear, moose, eagle, salmon, a plethora of bird life and wildflowers abound.
Whether a world traveler, photographer, first time, or ardent adventurer, the Tatshenshini River will deliver an exceptional wilderness experience. Our experienced and licensed river rafting guides will ensure a safe and memorable journey on one of the planet’s great rivers.
PHOTO JOURNAL of the Tatshenshini River rafting trip.
Origin:Whitehorse,Yukon Physical Rating: Novice – Class I-III
|2014||Cost Includes Park Fee
|July 15-24||$5360 Cdn+ 5% Tax||8||Deposit Only||Full Payment|
|July 28-Aug 6||$5360 Cdn+ 5% Tax||Full||Deposit Only||Full Payment|