Departure: According to Arrangement
Duration: 3 Days
Price: Varied depending on number of participants
This 3-day guided float trip offers an excellent chance to enhance the Alaska experience.
The Chena River headwater is in the “White Mountains” (Limestone rock formations) and flows into Tanana River near Fairbanks.
Our journey will start a few miles outside of Fairbanks at Rosehip Camp, which is situated on the lower section of the Chena River. After three relaxing and exhilarating days our tour will come to a close nearby Fairbanks.
Although civilization never far away, we will be in complete wilderness. With some luck and patience, we may catch a glimpse of a moose, a grizzly or black bear, perhaps an eagle or a crafty beaver.
Together we will find wonderful overnight camping spots. In the evening after setting up tents and building a fire we will spend time together recapping the days experiences and eating our caught fish.
The Chena River is very popular among anglers. Many different fish species swim the waters. There has been enough time set aside for us to do some fishing. All fish except for the Arctic Grayling, which is catch and release only, are allowed to be kept.
- Guidet canoe tour
- Pick up the members from Fairbanks or North Pole
- Entire conoeing equipment including live jackets
- Entire cooking and camping equipment (but without camping mats and sleeping bags – can be borrowed from us)
- Entire catering during the canoe tour (“Outdoor – cooking”)
- German and English speaking tour guidance
- Rod and Reel
- Fishing license
The above described canoe trip is an all outdoors expedition. Members should be prepared for all types of weather patterns and natural occurrences of which Alaska-Wildlife-Guide LLC has no control over..