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Operating dates for BACKCOUNTRY Camping: June - September
(Dates are flexible based on temperatures and conditions.)

Experience the Alaskan Backcountry

Experience a flightseeing tour before being dropped off at your remote camping location. Stroll along the outer banks of Lake George or head high above the glaciers for iceberg & wildlife viewing. Your guides will assemble the perfect camp for you to relax and enjoy an Alaska-grown meal.


Your guide will provide all the camping gear and food necessary for the trip.


Spend a single night or multiple in the remote wilderness of Alaska and listen to the sounds of the glaciers calving and icebergs moving through the night. Enjoy sunrises and sunsets, with aurora viewing possible depending on weather conditions and season.

Days of operations: Monday - Saturday

1 tour per day (1 guide required)

Your Camping Tour Includes: 
  • Knowledgeable backcountry guide

  • Full Camp Set-Up​

  • Sleeping Pad

  • Sleeping Bag

  • Dinner & Breakfast (meals determined by length of stay)

  • Hot & Cold beverages

  • Satellite tracking and communication devices

  • Bear Protection

Who Is This Tour For?

This can be a family adventure, for small or large groups. We recommend children aged 18 and older and have some camping experience. Adventurous people with a moderate level of fitness, and willingness to sleep in the great outdoors in a remote location. No previous camping experience is necessary, however, it is recommended.


This is not a “glamping” experience, this is a true Alaskan backcountry camping trip!


Our guests will enjoy a warm night's sleep with an inflatable sleeping pad in a mountain tent. Get in touch with your adventurous side and explore some rugged terrain while sleeping with the elements of Alaska.


What to Expect

  • Scenic Helicopter flight from Alaska Glacier Lodge over the Knik Glacier

  • Land on a remote gravel bar near the glaciated Lake George

  • Your guide will assemble a camp for you while you explore

  • You will receive a bear safety briefing upon arrival

  • Enjoy dinner at the lake and take in the views of the Colony glacier

  • Good food and great company

What You Need to Know

  • Trips are weather dependent

  • Guests will be outdoors for up to 24 hours or more

  • Guests weight restriction is 290lbs per person

  • Guides will be equipped with bear safety and medical rescue gear

  • Gratuity for your guide is not included in trip price

  • Please pack specific foods you need if you have allergies & restrictions

What to Bring

  • Camera

  • Extra warm layers

  • Sleeping clothes

  • Preferred snacks

  • Water bottle

  • Sunscreen

  • Sunglasses

What NOT to Bring

  • Alcohol

  • Firearms

Book Your Backcountry
Camping Tour Now

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