Press Coverage - Alaska Alpine Adventures
Outside Magazine March 2015
Outside Magazine April 2014
In 2013, owner Dan Oberlatz guided writer Christopher Solomon & photographer Gabe Rogel across the Alaska Peninsula and through the wild and remote Aniakchak National Monument & Preserve. They backpacked from the village of Port Heiden, located on the windswept Bering Sea coastline, up and over the caldera rim, and into the surreal confines of the largest volcanic caldera of its kind in Alaska. They camped along the shores of Surprise Lake, hiked the caldera rim, and basked in the solitude granted to the rare few who step foot in the least visited National Park unit in the nation. Their trip was featured in the May 2014 issue of Outside Magazine, and subsequently Christopher was interviewed on NPR and on Rick Steves’ nationally syndicated radio show in June of 2014.
Backcountry Magazine November 2012
Check out the November 2012 issue of Backcountry Magazine for a great article on our Ski to Sea Prince William Sound Ski Cruise. "Alaska Alpine Adventures teamed up with Captain Dean Rand of Discovery Voyages to offer the country's first yacht-accessed backcountry skiing experience."
Men's Journal May 2011
USA Today. Travel - Travel Tips November 2010
National Geographic Traveler Magazine September 2010
2010 Traveler Magazine May 2010
National Geographic Traveler Magazine has recognized Alaska Alpine Adventure's Twin Lakes Paddle trip as one of their 50 Tours of a Lifetime! The Twin Lakes Paddle is one of our signature trips, and one that we feel represents the epitome of wilderness travel in Alaska. The supreme wilderness of Twin Lakes, located in the heart of Lake Clark National Park, is a wonderland of crystalline waters set beneath a rugged rim of mountains and vast tundra expanses. It’s home to countless species of wildlife, and the legacy of Dick Proenneke – the conservationist featured in the popular PBS documentary, Alone in the Wilderness.
Outside Magazine April 2010
National Parks Magazine June 2009
If industrial pollution degrades the Lake Clark area’s vast watershed, Oberlatz believes a domino effect could claim animals, plants, fish—and the businesses and people that depend on each. “There aren’t any examples around the world where a large open-pit mine and a vibrant tourism industry coexist,” he says. “It’s never been done.”
Men's Journal March 2009
National Geographic Adventure February 2009
Alaska Business Monthly April 2008
Men's Journal December 2006
Backpacker September 2006
Canoe and Kayak October 2004
Outside Magazine June 2004
Outside Magazine March 2004
Outside Magazine May 2002