Updated: Feb 6, 2020
BOOK THE TOP FIVE THINGS TO DO IN FAIRBANKS AK RIGHT HERE!
#1 ALASK ICE FISHING
Learn the steps of how to catch Alaskan pike & grayling all from the warmth of a comfortable ice house. Alaskans have been practicing the sport for years and for many this was the main source of food during the long arctic winters 🥶
#2 Alaska Snowshoe Wilderness Adventure
Snowshoeing is a great way to explore the wilderness and experience all of Alaska’s natural beauty. Years ago, snowshoeing used to be the main transportation here in Alaska during the winter months. Enjoy a beautiful Snowshoe Journey through trails along the Tanana River and through a historic Alaskan village on the hillside where you will see a living style of years past.
#3 AURORA CHASING - NORTHERN LIGHTS VIEWING
Imagine standing on a frozen lake In the interior of Alaska, the prime location to view the aurora. The only noise comes from a gentle wind playing with the spruce trees in the forest behind you. In front lies a vast and flat expanse of snow-covered ice stretching away into the distance until it encounters the dark, haphazard barrier that is more forest on the opposite shoreline. Above that forest is darkness, an ink black sky, dotted with more stars than you had ever believed possible. Suddenly, somewhere in the northern sky, a green smudge of light begins to materialize and slowly manifests itself into dancing stair rods of shimmering green light which skip across the darkness of space.
#4 Thrilling Sledding Adventure
Sledding is one of Alaska's most thrilling sports. Fun for all ages and experience levels. We will go over sledding basics, including how to steer the sled as your gliding down the hill. Once you feel comfortable you can enjoy racing your friends down the hill. This will be a memorable thrilling adventure you will remember forever! Short, Affordable, and Fun!
#5 Natural Hot Springs / Aurora Viewing
Enjoy the mineral hot springs in a beautiful natural setting and experience the dancing of the northern lights. The world’s largest year-round ice museum is your first stop at the Hot Springs. Created from over 1,000 tons of ice and snow the ice museum contains spectacular ice carvings for your enjoyment.