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Salmon Berry Tours

Phone: 907-278-3572
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Year Established: 2005
We are waiting for you in Alaska! Salmon Berry Tours offers many exciting ways to experience America's Last Frontier throughout the entire year. Our team of professional tour guides and our tour packages strive to provide you with a truly genuine and memorable Alaska experience. Whether you're a local or from a far off land, Salmon Berry Tours can show you both the usual and the unusual sights that make our home state a one-of-a-kind adventure.

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Chena Aurora Tour
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Aurora Tour at Skiland

Dryland Dog Sledding

Alaska is known for dog sled adventures during our snowy winters! Are you visiting Alaska when we don't have snow yet, but still want to go mushing? Salmon Berry has a solution: our Dryland Dog Sled, Chariot Style tour at the homestead of four-time Iditarod Champion Dallas Seavey!

This educational and fun tour departs from Anchorage before making the fully-guided drive north to Dog Sled Country. Weather permitting, our drive will offer views of Mt. Denali (formerly known as Mt. McKinley), the tallest peak in North America, towering in the distance! We'll continue north and pass the Official Iditarod Starting Line in Willow before entering the quaint town of Talkeetna.

Here a delicious lunch is provided! After lunch, we embark on your training run at the homestead of Dallas Seavey, a four-time Iditarod first place Champion, top three finisher in Norway’s 2018 Finnmarksløpet, youngest Yukon Quest first place Champion, and former star of National Geographic Channel’s Ultimate Survival Alaska! Here, you will go from being a dog sled enthusiast to an experienced musher! Meet the professional Iditarod mushers/handlers of Dallas Seavey Racing and genuine Iditarod champion Alaskan Huskies! Bond with your dog team while you learn about the musher lifestyle and lingo! With your newfound knowledge and confidence you’ll be ready to mush the trails!

Each two guests will share a wheeled dog chariot and dog team of Alaskan Huskies for approximately 40 minutes of your own mini expedition! Follow your musher guide into the groomed dog sled trails of Talkeetna’s boreal forest, showcasing its beautiful colors! For the first half of your ride, you will guide your four-legged team through the birch trees! Keep an eye out and listen for local wildlife! Once you reach an opening in the forest, a photo stop is made during your unforgettable ride to pose with the canine athletes in front of the enchanting backdrop! Take in the brisk air and alternate from standing to riding on the passenger bench! The final half of mushing will duplicate the Iditarod trail where you will visit replica of official Iditarod checkpoints and other highlights of “The Last Great Race on Earth” until you cross the burled arch Finish Line!

During the total 6 miles, there will be a lead musher guiding and tail musher following for quality, safety, and comfort during your mush - both guiding the dogs and riding in the chariot!

Complete your dog sled experience toward the kennel for a continued tour of the homestead. Alaskan Huskies are powerful athletes that are known for their affectionate, loyal, playful personalities -- and the puppies are no different! Try to keep up with the lively future Iditarod racing young huskies during your puppy nature walk in a field of poppies! Make sure to take photos with the future Iditarod Champions before they’re famous!

Conclude the thrills and adventures of your tour with transportation back to your Anchorage or Talkeetna hotel!

Special Note: this tour is available with pick up in Talkeetna and drop off in Anchorage

Please note that your guide's gratuity is not included in the price of your tour. We recommend tipping your mushing guide $5-$10 per person and your local tour guide $10 per person.

Exclusive Alaska Native Heritage Center Excursion

Enjoy an exclusive tour of the Alaska Native Heritage Center for a rich cultural experience in Anchorage! The Hall of Cultures provides exhibits to learn about each of the five major culture groups in Alaska before we head outside for a guided walk around Lake Tiulana. Stroll through six authentic life-sized Native dwellings to learn about the traditional ways of the Athabascan, Inupiaq/St. Lawrence Island Yupik, Yup’ik/Cup’ik, Aleut, Alutiiq, and the Eyak, Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian peoples. This is the only center that fully celebrates these five major culture groups under one roof! Depending on conditions, snowshoes are used for ease of walking during the village site visits. Please be prepared to be outdoors for 1.5 - 2 hours; dress in layers and don’t forget your winter boots, hat and gloves! We will take photos and learn hands on about the different artifacts placed at the village sites, from a story-filled totem to a whale bone arch. We will finish our tour with a film presentation and traditional tea in the theater room.

Please note that your guide's gratuity is not included in the price of your tour. We recommend tipping your guide 10% - 15% of the tour price.

Fairbanks Aurora Dog Sledding

Your tour includes a hotel pick up, guided transportation from Fairbanks to the musher's home trails and return. On this tour, your guide will share stories of the North, the history of dog mushing in the Arctic as well as insight into the Yukon Quest, an international 1,000-mile dog sled race along a trail system linking Alaska and Canada.

Combine the Northern Lights with a dogsledding experience, hot chocolate and a warm campfire for the ultimate intimate Alaskan adventure.

With the length of day shortening in the winter months, we have ample time to experience the solitude and comforting calmness of a inky winter night. Enjoy a peaceful ride down the dark, winding trail listening to the jingle of dog harnesses in motion. If the sky is clear, perhaps you'll see the dancing Aurora Borealis twirling in the night sky. If overcast, you'll find beauty in the intense stillness and magical ambiance of gently falling snowflakes. We will start the tour off by introducing you to the mushing guides and getting you properly outfitted for a night out under the stars. Once the team is all suited up, we will hit the trails in search of the Aurora Borealis. We'll set up camp at roughly our half-way mark of the tour, start a fire and get out the food & drink. During this time you can photograph the northern Alaska night sky or just sit back and take it all in.

Enjoy 5 complimentary digital images provided by an Aurora photographer at the trail.

Fairbanks Winter Dog Sledding

Nothing says "Alaska" more than dog mushing! Sled dogs are deeply rooted in Alaska history as hunters, freight haulers, and companions. Mushing is more than just popular—it's Alaska's official sport!
For a taste of the real Alaska, Salmon Berry will transport you out to the a remote area of the Chena River where you'll have the opportunity to meet the dogs and experience their excitement as they power down the trail. This is an interactive tour that includes handling of the huskies and teaching you how to harness and hook up a dog team. Once the teams are ready, we mush amongst black spruce and white birch along winding trails that take us through the Chena River Recreation Area. Keep your eyes peeled for Alaska Moose - the local Willow trees are staple of their diet!

Please note that your guide's gratuity is not included in the price of your tour. We recommend tipping your guide 10% - 15% of the tour price.

Glacier Turn - Summer Season

Travel an All American Road with highlights along the way! This is a spectacular Turnagain Arm tour where the best scenery in Alaska resides. Overall, this tour provides the most activities in one full day round trip from Anchorage.

We will start the day off by heading to Mt. Alyeska! From the viewing decks at the Roundhouse Museum, we can see several glaciers as well as the Turnagain Arm and the territory we covered. Descend the tram and enjoy lunch at our favorite eatery at the base of the Chugach mountains. Bottomless soup of the day, sourdough bread, one of their famous desserts and a beverage is included. After an Alaskan sized lunch, continue on to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, a rescue and rehabilitation organization for injured and orphaned animals. There we visit with orphaned grizzly bears, injured eagles, families of elk and bison, and many more Alaskan wild animals. Then we are off to get up close and personal with Portage Glacier on the 1-hour cruise through Portage Lake. An on-board expert will share facts and stories about the land, the local flora and fauna, and glaciers of the Portage Valley. You will learn some things while watching and listening to this amazing glacier! Your captain will lead you up to 300 yards of the Portage Glacier face as you take pictures aboard the MV Ptarmigan.

Please note that your guide's gratuity is not included in the price of your tour. We recommend tipping your guide 10% - 15% of the tour price.

Matanuska Glacier Walk - Year Round

Try a local favorite! The Matanuska Glacier is a stable 27 mile long river of ancient ice. Thousands of years old, this massive glacier is tucked up into the Matanuska Valley. You will spend 2 hours on the glacier with your glacier guide learning how the glacier has formed and shaped the landscape in the Matanuska Susitna Valley. Explore blue meltwater pools, the ice formations and deep crevasses that make up the Matanuska Glacier. Walking on ice is slippery fun so our guests are equipped with a helmet, walking stick and cramp ons for your shoes. We require our guests to bring sturdy footwear and suggest bringing an extra pair of socks. Don't be surprised that your shoes get filthy with glacial flour. This glacial till is finely ground rock the glacier has created - makes for great facials!

This tour does require walking for the tour length of 1-1/2 to 2 hours. See photos below for good look at the terrain!

Of course, our fully-guided transportation includes a pick up at your hotel in Anchorage. We will also stop for lunch where we will overlook the glacier while enjoying some yummy Alaskan fare.

Please note that your guide's gratuity is not included in the price of your tour. We recommend tipping your guide $10 to $20 per person.

Knik Arm Tour

This full day tour from Anchorage includes a local guide, a tour of the Musk Ox Farm, a snowshoe stroll or hike in the Hatcher Pass area, lunch at a local eatery, and scenic photo-stops along the way!

Begin this unique Alaska adventure as we drive north from Anchorage on the Glenn Highway Scenic Byway, we will pass through farmland that was colonized during the New Deal, now famous for growing record breaking produce like the 2,051-pound pumpkin!

We will visit the Musk Ox Farm, known as one of the most unique animal husbandry projects in the world, for up-close views of Musk Ox! Walk the pasture trails aside these fascinating Ice Age creatures as you learn about their adaptations and place in the future of Alaska agriculture. You'll also have time to browse the Musk Ox Farm's gift shop for locally crafted gifts such as qiviut (Musk Ox wool, one of the most sought after fibers in the world)!

As we ascend the Talkeetna Mountains, we will enter the breathtaking alpine area known as Hatcher Pass. Our destination is a local recreation area for a snowshoe stroll and hike, with demonstrations by your local guide.

A delicious meal is included, provided by a locally owned and operated eatery, known for their farm-to-table style menu!

A Note on Seasonality: The outdoor activity portion of this tour is weather dependent. Please be prepared for either a leisurely hike or a snowshoe stroll, based on conditions. Included in this tour is access to our gently used gear (boots, snowpants, winter coats, raincoats, mittens, hats, etc.). Gear must be requested at time of booking to assure gear available during your tour.

Please note that your guide's gratuity is not included in the price of your tour. We recommend tipping your guide $10 - $15 per person.

Talkeetna Day Trip - Choose Your Own Adventure!

Enjoy a city tour of Talkeetna today. Your private guide will take you to lunch at a local eatery, introduce you to this great little year round town then you have time at your leisure to explore!

Please note that your guide's gratuity is not included in the price of your tour. We recommend tipping your guide $10 - $15 per person.

Turnagain Turn - Summer Season

The Seward Highway is a "National Scenic Byway", and for good reason! Like the Wildlife Tour, this tour travels along the Turnagain Arm where the best coastal scenery in Alaska resides. This is an extended wildlife tour highlighting the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center combining the aerial tram up Mt. Alyeska and lunch at a local eatery.

Our first activity is a scheduled photo stop at Beluga Point, a scenic viewing area along the Turnagain Arm. Next, your local Alaskan guide will bring you to the top of the Mt. Alyeska Aerial Tramway to enjoy the Roundhouse decks with a view of several alpine glaciers as well as the Roundhouse Museum. Your tour guide will show you around, be there as photographer and introduce you to the area known as Glacier Valley.

The next highlight is the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center. This 200-acre rescue center is home to bears, a musk ox herd, a wood bison herd that was once thought to be extinct, moose, an elk family, caribou herd, and more! Lunch is included at a local eatery at the base of the Chugach Mountains serving bottomless soup of the day, sourdough bread made daily, dessert and a beverage.

Along with the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, this tour takes about 6 hours and even includes lunch! Lunch is served at one of our favorite spots along the Turnagain Arm, The Bake Shop where we will enjoy bottomless soup, sourdough bread and one of their famous desserts is included in today's lunch! Sit family style indoors or if it's a nice day, take your lunch to the garden for a picnic style atmosphere.

NOTE: The tramway does close down for scheduled maintenance in May and October. Ask us for more details and options during this time!

Please note that your guide's gratuity is not included in the price of your tour. We recommend tipping your guide $10 - $15 per person.

Turnagain Turn - Winter Season

The Seward Highway is a "National Scenic Highway", and for good reason! The Turnagain Arm looks like something from another planet, with natural ice sculptures covered in glacial silt, floating in and out with the tide. Your Salmon Berry tour guide will drive you from your hotel, down the Turnagain Arm to the Mt. Alyeska Aerial Tramway. At the top we will enjoy the snow-covered decks, watching skiers and snowboarders have a blast on the famed North Face - one of the longest double black diamond runs anywhere! Another highlight is the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center. This rescue center is home to musk ox herd, wood bison herd that was once thought to be extinct, moose, an elk family, caribou herd, and more! Lunch is included at a local eatery at the base of the Chugach Mountains serving up homemade soup of the day, sourdough bread, dessert and a beverage.

NOTE: Some days in May and October, the tramway closes down for routine maintenance. Call for details if traveling during those months!

Please note that your guide's gratuity is not included in the price of your tour. We recommend tipping your guide 10% - 15% of the tour price.

Wildlife Tour - Summer Season

This is a great half-day tour out of Anchorage specifically designed for guaranteed wildlife viewing and scenery at a great value! Under $100!

A professional Salmon Berry tour guide will pick you up and drive you south along the Turnagain Arm, looking for sheep, mountain goats, moose, beluga whales, eagles, salmon, and more.

The main attraction is the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center where we will visit with bears, moose, elk, caribou, and all kinds of other Alaskan wild animals including the Arctic Musk Ox- these are our guaranteed animal sightings! This tour lasts approximately 3.5 hours and includes several wildlife viewing stops along the Turnagain Arm.

ADOPTION OPTION: For an additional $30, you can adopt an animal at the AWCC. By adopting an animal at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, you can enjoy animal parenthood without all the work! The center's professional staff will provide the special diet, environment and veterinary care that your animal requires. You will have the satisfaction of knowing that you are helping to support your selected animal at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center. This parent adoption also includes an adoption certificate & the Quarterly AWCC Animal Ambassador Newsletter. Ask you tour guide for an adoption form or ask for more details when you make your tour This is a great half-day tour out of Anchorage specifically designed for guaranteed wildlife viewing and scenery at a great value! Under $100!

A professional Salmon Berry tour guide will pick you up and drive you south along the Turnagain Arm, looking for sheep, mountain goats, moose, beluga whales, eagles, salmon, and more. The main attraction is the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center where we will visit with bears, moose, elk, caribou, and all kinds of other Alaskan wild animals including the Arctic Musk Ox- these are our guaranteed animal sightings! This tour lasts approximately 3.5 hours and includes several wildlife viewing stops along the Turnagain Arm.

Please note that your guide's gratuity is not included in the price of your tour. We recommend tipping your guide 10% - 15% of the tour price.

Wildlife Tour - Winter Season

This is a great half-day tour out of Anchorage specifically designed for guaranteed, economical wildlife and scenery - this is a great value! Under $100!

Winter in Alaska is a special time and if you've seen these animals before, you've got to see them in the winter! A professional Salmon Berry tour guide will pick you up and drive you south along the Turnagain Arm, looking for sheep, mountain goats, moose, eagles, and more. The main attraction is the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center where we will visit with muskox, moose, elk, caribou, and all kinds of other Alaskan wild animals - these are our guaranteed animal friends! The muskox are right at home in the winter wonderland and even the bison make for a picturesque photo with the amazing backdrop of the Chugach Range and Turnagain Arm.

ADOPTION OPTION: For an additional $30, you can adopt an animal at the AWCC. By adopting an animal at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, you can enjoy animal parenthood without all the work! The center's professional staff will provide the special diet, environment and veterinary care that your animal requires. You will have the satisfaction of knowing that you are helping to support your selected animal at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center. This parent adoption also includes an adoption certificate & the Quarterly AWCC Animal Ambassador Newsletter. Ask you tour guide for an adoption form or ask for more details when you make your tour reservation!

Please note that your guide's gratuity is not included in the price of your tour. We recommend tipping your guide 10% - 15% of the tour price.
Cancellation Policy: Payment in full is required to hold reservations. Day Tour Cancellation Policy: For direct booking cancellations outside 24 hours before the first day of your tour, a 10% fee will be withheld. For cancellations inside 24 hours, no refund applies.
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