Talkeetna River Natural History Float Trip

Few places in the world can equal the scale and beauty of Denali and the Alaska Range. On this two hour narrated Talkeetna River Natural History Float Trip, you will see vistas of this magnificent scenery. Explore the lower end of the famous Talkeetna River, which is steeped in history and the Alaskan pioneering spirit.

Daily Departures

10:30 a.m.
2:30 p.m.
5:00 p.m.

Prices

$89.00 per adult, $69.00 for children age 10 and under.
(All children must be accompanied by an adult.)

Duration

Approximately 2 hours

At the river’s edge, you will participate in a brief safety lecture before launching and floating down six miles of pristine river. The Talkeetna river is a glacier-fed waterway teeming with salmon and other wildlife. 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. When possible we will stop to visit  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 Denali (weather permitting) and the entire Alaska Range. On clear days, the view is amazing. There will be plenty of opportunities to take photos! For an additional fee you will be able to purchase photos, we have a photographer available to take pictures of you, the raft, and your guide – with a stunning backdrop of Mt. McKinley! This is a perfect trip for all ages and for those who are hoping to get in multiple Talkeetna experiences in one day!