Offer Included when buying TourSaver® book:
Receive one free two-hour Talkeetna Natural History Float with purchase of an accompanying float.
(This page is only a description of the coupon. You must buy the Alaska TourSaver® book or the TourSaver® App to get your unique book number to use this offer.)
Coupon Expires: 9-12-2022
Enjoy a six-mile float on the Talkeetna River. Enjoy scenic views, wildlife, and live music. Departs 10:30 a.m., 2:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Advance reservations required. Space is limited. Must mention coupon when making reservation. Subject to availability and minimum booking requirements. Not combinable with any other promotion, offer, or discount.
Few places in the world can equal the scale and beauty of Mt. McKinley and the Alaska Range. On this two hour narrated Talkeetna River Natural History Float Trip, you will see spectacular vistas of this magnificent scenery. Explore the lower end of the famous Talkeetna River, which is steeped in history and the Alaskan pioneering spirit.
Our guides are versed in describing the flora, fauna, and scenery along the way. We will look for bears, eagles, fish, beavers, moose, fox, and waterfowl during this float. We will stop to visit two active Bald Eagles’ nests, see beaver dams, look for bear tracks, and float past an old miner’s cabin… all before joining the Mighty Susitna River for the loop back to Talkeetna.
On the Susitna River, there is a stunning view of Mt. McKinley (20, 320′) and the entire Alaska Range. On clear days, the view is amazing. There will be plenty of opportunities to take photos!
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