Cruisetours to Kantishna, Alaska

This tiny Alaskan town once boomed with gold miners. Now Kantishna is a popular destination for travelers wanting to view Alaska's natural beauty or visit Denali National Park. Visitors are surrounded by the best scenery in Denali and feel more connected to nature than anywhere in Alaska. Kantishna is located at the end of the only road in Denali with the regal Mt. Denali looming overhead - where incredible photographs can be captured easily on a clear day. Nearby you'll find Wonder Lake, mountain bike trails, training sled dogs and picturesque rivers for fly fishing.

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Mountain Biking

Take up the challenge and bike in Denali National Park. With a mountain bike tour with Denali Outdoor Center, you can experience the natural beauty of Denali at a slower pace. The scenery with surrounding peaks, vast valleys and hidden lakes will inspire and delight you. You will be joined with an expert guide who will explain the history of the area, but also allow guests to explore the area independently.


Gold Panning

Explore Kantishna's history as a gold mining town by slipping on a pair of rubber boots, grabbing a pan and heading to Moose Creek with a guide to pan for gold. Your guide from Kantishna Roadhouse will teach you the methods used by old-time prospectors, along with the history of the town of Kantishna. Then try panning for some gold yourself! You are welcome to keep any gold you find, and you can even get a "Gold Card" with the gold flakes you find laminated onto a black card!



One of the best ways to experience Denali is not by bus or helicopter - it's simply by foot! Join an expert guide with Kantishna Roadhouse and embark on a hike which lasts anywhere from 2-6 hours! Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or expert hiker, this is an opportunity for you to explore the park while learning from an expert.


To plan a cruisetour to Kantishna, Alaska, contact The Cruise Web today at 1-800-377-9383.

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