alaskan fishing at sunset

Nature And Eco Trips

Join us for Mountain Hiking, Berry Picking, Wildlife Viewing, Bird Watching, Camping Rafting, Canoeing, Float Kayaking, Wildlife or Wilderness Photography. Let us put together a Nature trip crafted just for you!


Everybody needs beauty as
well as bread, places to play in
and pray in, where nature may
heal and give strength to
body and soul.

John Muir

Raft Trip 1:

(Class 4: Advanced Adventure. This Includes avoiding obstacles and tight turns. )
The Ho-Ho River flows 184 miles from Whitefish Lake and merges with the Holitna River 4 miles from our main lodge. We will land you on the upper Ho-Ho and raft you back down to the main lodge. These rivers have clear, rocky bottoms and are very remote. The rivers are full of Kings, Chums, Silvers, Charr, Greyling, Pike, and Sheefish. There is an abundance of wildlife everywhere you go!

Raft Trip 2:

(Class 3: Intermediate Adventure. This is more Family Friendly.)
The Holitna River flows from the Shotgun Hills. The smaller rivers, such as the Chukowam, and the Kogrukluk, meet 100 miles from our main lodge. The native name for the headwaters of the mighty Holitna River is the Kashegolok. There are two options for Raft Trip #2. The First available option is to Raft for 2 days and camp for 1 night. The second available option is to raft and camp the whole week and end up at our main lodge. Both options provide the opportunity for some of the best photo-ops!

Mountain Camp:

Our Mountain Camp places you in the remote Alaskan mountains. August is known for the lavish mountains, full of berries, bears, moose, and caribou! You can also spot the occasional wolf or wolverine! It’s the best way to disconnect from the busy demands of our hectic everyday world. Here one has the ability to reconnect to Alaska and the majestic creation. We provide satellite phones and perform routine flyovers. We make sure to keep you in touch with the main lodge and pilots at all times.

River Boat Trip:

Here in Alaska, we have so many rivers to explore, including the Ho-Ho and the Holitna Rivers. We have the ability to cover 50 miles in a day on our Boat Trips. I personally, have had many years on these rivers, including a trip that took me 70 miles up the Titnuk and another adventure took me 40 miles up the Chulitna River. Alaska offers an experience like no-other. There are many amazing river systems that have been untouched and are ready to be discovered!

Photo shoot ops….Wildlife in our area Click Here!

 

 

Rocky’s Alaska Must See and Do Checklist

It would take many many years to truly Discover Alaska. Many an Alaskan traveler has planned too much over too short of a period of time.

To get the most out of your trip make sure to prioritize your Must See and Do trips.

Print PDF Checklist

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Alaska’s Flag 

 

Eight stars of gold on a field of blue –
Alaska’s flag. May it mean to you
The blue of the sea, the evening sky,
The mountain lakes, and the flow’rs nearby;
The gold of the early sourdough’s dreams,
The precious gold of the hills and streams;
The brilliant stars in the northern sky,
The “Bear” – the “Dipper” – and, shining high,
The great North Star with its steady light,
Over land and sea a beacon bright.
Alaska’s flag – to Alaskans dear,
The simple flag of a last frontier.

Written by Marie Drake
Composed by Elinor Dusenbury

Alaska, USA’s largest state yet remote from the main continent, offers a spectacular wilderness to experience. Thoughts of Alaska evoke dreams of larger-than-life scenic outdoors. These aren’t wisps of imagination. They are supported by incredible hunting & sport fishing experiences. All can be yours! Moose! Interior Brown Bear! Caribou! Wolverine! Wolves! The hunt of a lifetime!