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Farm Tour at Blood Sweat & Food Farms
Guests will be personally led on a tour of a 20-acre working farm set in beautiful Homer, AK. During the tour, guests will be up close and personal with the local food system as they experience all kinds of farm animals including chickens, geese, sheep, pigs and turkeys. Knowledgeable farmers will walk them through the regenerative agriculture system that builds healthy soil, animals, and people alike. We hope everyone leaves the tour with a greater understanding of what a difference local food grown in a sustainable manner can make in their lives and the world at large.
Kenai River Guided Salmon Fishing
On your guided fishing experience on the Kenai River you can expect to have a blast with one of our professional guides on our 21' Willie Boat Classic specifically designed for this river. We will be using all top of the line gear including Gloomis Rods and other name brand fishing equipment. Once on the boat we will go over safety and then go over how we are going to fish for the day. Including how to use all the fishing equipment. There is absolutely no experience required. If you've never fished a day in your life and just want to experience what it's like to catch an Alaskan Salmon then look no further. We will fish hard and do all we can to get you on the fish. Once you hook your fish we will coach you through how to land it, including netting it for you. Once the trip is over we will even fillet your fish for you to prep it for taking it to be processed. if you have any questions we haven't already answered please feel free to reach out to us. Processing and Shipping fish can be done in Soldotna through "Custom Seafood Processors"
Badass Bike Ride Adventure
This spectacular bike ride is a favorite among Alaskans. Sorry locals, the secret's out! Claimed by some of my guests as “the most beautiful bike ride” they’ve been on. Panoramic mountain views, breathtaking natural beauty and OneWheel riding will be highlights of our adventure. If we are lucky, we may see wildlife; I'll be on the lookout. ---- We will begin our adventure on bikes at Bird Creek Campground, and head to Bird Point, a scenic lookout. We’ll make our way through nature on a paved bike path rated as easy with some elevation changes. The trip allows plenty of time for sightseeing/photos. On our return to base camp, two OneWheels are available for a fun alternative mode of transportation. Everyone gets to try it out. If time allows, we can celebrate our successful adventure at a nearby bar/restaurant. ---- Wildlife varies depending on the season, but it's not uncommon to see bald eagles, moose and dall sheep in the area. Whales come during the summer months. Wild animals can be elusive, but that's what makes it so special when you spot them. A wildlife conservation center is only 25 minutes away if you are missing some animals on your punch list. Looking for more of an intense bike ride or an alternative date/time? Private bookings are allowed and encouraged. :)
Glacier Blue Kayak and Grandview Tour
Paddle around magnificent icebergs and up to the Spencer Glacier terminus. Hike onto the gravel glacier moraine and get up close to the glacier blue ice. Enjoy two Alaska Trains: The Coastal Classic & the Glacier Discovery Train, traveling thru the most scenic Grandview & Tunnels sections of the AK Railroad. Glacier Blue Kayak Tour Itinerary: (Coastal Classic Train with Glacier Discovery Return) 6:45 AM – Coastal Classic departs Anchorage (Breakfast & Coffee is available on the train, but please let the onboard supervisor know that you will be getting off at Spencer Glacier and need to eat early.) 8:05 AM – Coastal Classic departs Girdwood 9 AM – Arrive at Spencer Whistle Stop 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM – Kayak Tour on Spencer Lake and Glacier Trek 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM – Lunch 2 – 5 PM – Scenic Train Ride to Grandview thru the Upper Placer River Gorge Canyon 5:15 PM – Arrive in Portage and board motorcoach back to Anchorage 6:45 PM – Arrive in Anchorage Other things to note: -A perfect paddle for beginners and expert paddlers. -There is no tidal influence at Spencer Lake and the mornings are the calmest and beautiful time at Spencer Glacier. -We use tandem (2-person), sit-in kayaks to explore icebergs on Spencer Lake -Our Max Guests to Guide Ratio is 6:1. -This trip can start from Anchorage or Girdwood, AK.
Half Day Salmon Fishing on the Kenai River
We will meet at the Eagle Rock Boat Launch, located at: Eagle Rock Place, Kenai Alaska, 99611. You'll receive a safety briefing on the boat and equipment as well as waders, boots, rods and reels. From there we'll motor out into the majestic turquoise blue waters of the Kenai River and target king salmon, sockeye salmon, and silver salmon. We'll will target Sockeye Salmon, Silver Salmon, or King Salmon depending upon which species is coming up the river that day. As we have more than 20 miles of river to fish on the lower section of the river alone, we'll try out many different spots on the river. Throughout the day we'll discuss the ecology of the river, the critical habitat and how salmon use it, salmon behavior, specifics of spawning. We'll clean your fish for you and teach you how to do it and well as discuss all the great recipes you could make! These trips are full-day trips and take between 4 and 5 hours
Kayak & Unwind on Glacial Lake Tour in Historic Moose Pass
As we paddle our kayaks along the shores of glacially-fed Trail Lake, this small Alaskan town’s history will come to life with the stories of locals like Alaska Nellie, Gold Miner Joe, and Mad Sally (the cantankerous cat). If we time it just right, we'll get to provide the passengers of the historic Alaska Railway the opportunity to wave excitedly at us as they rumble on past, something they just seem to get an absolute thrill out of every time! To top things off, we'll also get a unique view of a section of the famed, Historic Iditarod Trail and you'll learn how a stubborn Moose seems to have been at fault for the name of our friendly little mountain town. Come join us for some frontier hospitality here in Moose Pass, Alaska!
Cruise the bay aboard Fair Isle
Fair Isle is available for after dinner cruises and small events such as wedding photo shoots. Book individual tickets or reserve the whole boat for a private trip. We carry up to 6 people for a relaxing evening cruise in Resurrection Bay. This little boat has a really special atmosphere and all are welcome. Your Captain is a professional mariner and a wildlife guide who looks forward to sharing this beautiful coast with you. When you first arrive Captain Mike will welcome you onboard, introduce you to the layout of the boat and serve refreshments in the main cabin. You’ll hear the engine start, the dock lines will be cast off and the voyage will begin! Fair Isle will motor out of the harbor and head off to explore the northern regions of Resurrection Bay. We may encounter Harbor Seals, Bald Eagles, Sea Otters, and a variety of diving and foraging seabirds during the trip. If larger marine mammals such as Stellar Sea Lions and Whales are nearby we will spend time with them. Find your favorite spots onboard the boat and make yourself at home during the trip. There are places to sit outside on the bow, a comfortable bench in the wheelhouse and the cozy living room area in the main cabin. Food will be set out for you to enjoy during the duration of the voyage. If you are planning an event and think we’d be a nice fit please send us a note!
Full Day Guided Salmon Fishing On The Kasilof River
We will meet at the Kasilof State Recreation Area, located at the corner of Sterling Highway and Spetz Ave, approximately 12 miles south of Soldotna, AK You'll receive a safety briefing on the boat and equipment as well as waders, boots, rods and reels. From there we'll climb aboard a 5 person drift boat into the glacial aqua blue waters of the Kasilof River. We'll be targeting some of the worlds largest salmon during the trip. We'll will target Sockeye Salmon, Silver Salmon, or King Salmon depending upon which species is coming up the river that day. There are 17 miles of river to explore. The headwaters of the Kasilof begin at Tustamena Lake which is the 8th largest lake in Alaska. Throughout the day we'll discuss the ecology of the river, the critical habitat and how salmon use it, salmon behavior, specifics of spawning. We'll clean your fish for you and teach you how to do it and well as discuss all the great recipes you could make! These trips are full-day trips and take between 7 and 8 hours.
Hike the Chugach State Park
Experience a 5 hour guided hiking tour within the Chugach State Park and Chugach Mountain Range. During the summer, we travel into the Chugach Mountains to favorite local spots with grand views. We provide transportation to and from your accommodations. Our guide will discuss the natural history to include glacier, mountain and valley formations, point out flora and fauna, and stop at the best viewpoints along the hike. Hike can be customized to follow routes depending on whether you want flatter wide open trail, or a more advanced hike. Halfway into our hike, we will have snacks that have been locally sourced, to include caribou/moose sticks and local chocolate, unless you have a food preference which I can usually accommodate. Other things to note: It is advisable to wear closed-toe shoes (sport shoes are preferred) and comfortable clothing since we will be hiking. Please bring a water bottle. Safety reasons: if there is inclement weather, we will monitor and reschedule/refund if necessary. Dates not available? Message us for setting up a custom private tour.
Pottery lesson in Alaska backyard studio
Bad weather forecast? Want a hands-on art activity that is warm and dry yet surrounded by nature? In this 2-hour activity, you will get a tour of my professional pottery studio to learn all the steps of making pottery and see where it happens. Then we will get our hands dirt and practice wheel-throwing your own bowl or cup. At the end of the session, you have the option to choose your best two pots that will be glazed, fired and mailed home to you (postage not included). This experience is great for small private family/friend groups.
Matanuska Glacier Excursion - Hike near Anchorage, Alaska
Take a Hike - On the Matanuska Glacier! This is the COOLEST experience around! We provide transportation, including pickup and drop off at your AirBnB. We leave Anchorage by about 8am, stop along the way for a restroom break, where you'll also be able to pick up snacks or sandwiches for lunch when we're done with our hike, or grab a cup of coffee for the road. We'll arrive at the Matanuska Glacier by about 10:30 am, and our hike on the glacier starts at 11. You'll walk on the magnificent Matanuska Glacier for between two and three hours, about 2.5 to 3 miles. You'll learn all about glaciology and the local geology that created the glacier and keeps it healthy as other glaciers in the area are receding. All the gear you'll need to keep you safe will be provided. We'll finish up at the glacier around 2pm, and make several stops along the return drive to take in even more of the magnificent scenery of the Matanuska River Valley! We'll have you back in Anchorage between 4 & 5pm.
Seward Photo Walking Tour
Our experience will be a 2 hour walking tour of beautiful Seward, Alaska. We will begin downtown in Kawabe Park with a brief introduction and photography discussion. Our 1.5 mile guided walk will continue along the coast and finish at the Seward Harbor, stopping along the way to take photos and learn about the history of the area. Your guide, Kari, was born and raised in Alaska and is a local resident of Seward. She has printed photography in several Alaska publications, and has worked as a naturalist/guide in the community. At the end of the tour all guests will receive a postcard with a list of photography editing apps to create stunning photos from the tour. Recommendations on scenic locations for photography and other local activities will be provided. There are public restrooms at the beginning and end of this tour, and a free local shuttle that can return you to downtown Seward. There is also plenty of free parking around Kawabe Park. Guests need comfortable walking shoes, a warm jacket and a camera or iPhone for taking photos!
Monoprinting and Journal Making by the Kenai River
As my guest we will learn a simple technique called “mono printing”. This will be done in my studio that is located on the Kenai River. Weather permitting this class can be taught outside. We will search for and collect local plant material to be used in the printing process. You will be making multiple prints that will then become an art journal for you to keep. The setting, the scenery and the local materials used are unique for this art class experience. We will start our time together by walking the path from my studio/home to the river. A very short walk. One should wear a comfortable pair of walking shoes. We will return to the studio. I will describe the process of mono printing on what are called “jelly plates”. Acrylic paint is used as the “ink”. I will teach about how to make the plant material we gather into “live stencils” to create beautiful one of a kind images in paper. Each person will make enough prints to create a small sketch book/art book. Feel free to bring your own lunch. ***Please Note: there are 18 steps up to my studio (and the bathroom)*** We will all have a chance to talk with each other and learn a little about each other’s travels. Each person will leave with a small hand bound art book (5.5”x 4.25”) with prints they themselves have made.
Beluga Point Experience
I'll pick you up and we will drive to Beluga Point, while I entertain you with fun stories about my experiences. I'll take your photos in an amazingly stunning panoramic setting in one of the absolute best locations outside of Anchorage Alaska. We may see Beluga Whales and Dall Sheep. Have fun along the way while learning about the unique wildlife, sordid history, and much more... better than a guide, let us be your new local friends in Alaska and help you discover the very best this city has to offer! We go to Beluga Point for morning sunrises and afternoon sunsets. If your preferred date isn't available just send us a message, we're always here to help!
Brie's Botanical Garden Tours
The walking tour will start with a brief wildlife safety talk. Please note that bears can be in the area, both inside and outside the fenced area. Next, I will highlight the entry beds and we will work our way up to the front gate. Once inside the fence and plaza area we will stop to talk about the history of ABG including dedicated volunteers and staff that helped transform ABG over the last 34 years. We will follow the half mile paved loop around to the several perennial gardens, research plot and outdoor classroom. The tour will end with the newest addition, the greenhouse, then we will exit through the nursery & gift shop. Please note that the season and weather will ultimately determine the plants that we see. April-mid May can be early for some plants and the gardens might be muddy and or slushy. Peonies are usually in full bloom from mid June to mid July. Mid September might be a little late for some plants, it can be rainy and cool. Tours in Spring, Summer & Fall will cover the history of the garden, identify available plants, wildlife, trees and also general local information. You will leave with new found knowledge about some of the hardy plants in Alaska. All guests will be required to follow any addition regulations from ABG at the time of your tour. All tours are subject to operating hours of the Alaska Botanical Garden and may be canceled with limited notice.