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Royal Alaska
Royal Alaska
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."
Real Guys, Epic Adventures
Real Guys, Epic Adventures
Men's Journal May 2011
In May of 2011, Dan and longtime friend and client, Mark Stevens were recognized in Men's Journal for their decade of backpacking adventures in Alaska. Mark's adventures to the Alaska wilderness have evolved into an annual pilgrimage to experience Alaska on it's terms, travel with a close friend, and to satisfy a thirst for adventure that only Alaska can quench.
National Parks: Denali
National Parks: Denali
Backpacker Magazine June 2011
Finally getting a shot at the holy grail for hikers? Here’s how to do it right the first time. By Ted Alvarez
Alaska Wilderness Tours
Alaska Wilderness Tours
USA Today. Travel - Travel Tips November 2010
We are excited to get mentioned in USA Today's Travel Tips. Backcountry Tours "Alaska Alpine Adventures offers back country wilderness tours all over the state, including in ANWR and in Gates of the Arctic National Park."
Looking for a Few Good Guides
Looking for a Few Good Guides
National Geographic Traveler Magazine September 2010
As a follow up to our inclusion in National Geographic Traveler Magazine's "50 Tours of a Lifetime", the magazine is calling out to readers to share their stories of their Best Guides. "You can't have a good tour without a good guide, so we're putting a call out to our readers to tell us about the best guide they've ever had. Be sure to tell us what made him or her so special." We are honored that they have chosen our photo in the blog post, and to have had our Twin Lakes Paddle trip included as one of the "50 Tours of a Lifetime".
Alaska, U.S.: Off the Grid
Alaska, U.S.: Off the Grid
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.
Go Big or Go Home - 2010 Adventure Issue
Go Big or Go Home - 2010 Adventure Issue
Outside Magazine April 2010
Cruise ships and wildlife buses? The tourist staples miss the point of Alaska: It's the last real place to find an epic, crowd-free adventure on American soil. We've scoured the state for the best wilderness lodges, river trips, lonely highways, and DIY escapes. Bear mace not included.
Birthplace of Wilds - Lake Clark National Park, Alaska
Birthplace of Wilds - Lake Clark National Park, Alaska
National Geographic Adventure July 2009
Adventure magazine presents their picks for the nine best parks in the country. Get tips on what to do and where to stay, and see why Lake Clark made the list.
A Pebble in the Water
A Pebble in the Water
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.”
Endangered Alaska
Endangered Alaska
Men's Journal March 2009
Founder of Alaska Alpine Adventures, Dan Oberlatz, weighs in on a controversial mine proposed in Alaska's backcountry wilderness. Conservation is a major part of Alaska Alpine Adventures.
Best Adventure Travel Companies on Earth
Best Adventure Travel Companies on Earth
National Geographic Adventure February 2009
Alaska Alpine Adventures was recognized by National Geographic Adventure for its multisport adventure expertise. Tents and Trails and Source to Sea are two of our signature Alaska multisport trips.
Seeking Adventure?  Look No Further.
Seeking Adventure? Look No Further.
Alaska Business Monthly April 2008
"I'm living my dream," he added. Oberlatz is not the sort of guy to measure his own success against stacks of hundred dollar bills - he's more a pursuit of happiness kind of guy. "We want to grow it slowly and live our lifestyle," he said. "We help people see a great place in a great way."
What Men Want 2007 - America's Best
What Men Want 2007 - America's Best
Men's Journal December 2006
TURQUOISE TO TWIN TRAVERSE - Lake Clark National Park, AK. With two active volcanoes and a healthy wildlife population, Lake Clark National Park is quintessential frontier Alaska. You'll need a bush plane drop-off and at least a week to trek from Turquoise Lake to Twin Lakes or hire Alaska Alpine Adventures to guide you.
Alaska - Are You Ready? Stony River Loop, Revelation Mountains
Despite being mere state land, the Revelation Mountain between Lake clark and Denali National Parks are filled with unnamed peaks far more jagged and glacier-clad than anything in the Sierra or Cascades.
Lead On Me: Want to know where the pros go?
Lead On Me: Want to know where the pros go?
Outside Magazine June 2004
Dan Oberlatz, Co-Owner, Alaska Alpine Adventures. Instead of flaunting his feats on big peaks like Denali, 35-year-old Oberlatz would rather show you around the backcountry: You'll spend five days hiking and kayaking in the remote Twin Lakes basin, where you'll paddle beneath the snowcapped Chigmit Mountains.
Boating in the Backcountry
Boating in the Backcountry
Canoe and Kayak October 2004
Alaska Alpine Adventures was recognized as the sole outfitter offering backcountry kayaking on Lake Kontrashibuna.
Trips of a Lifetime
Trips of a Lifetime
Outside Magazine March 2004
Alaska Alpine Adventures' ski-mountaineering trip was highlighted as a "Trip of a Lifetime" by Outside Magazine. Powder Steeps and Glaciers is a 7-14 day ski-mountaineering tour offered in April and May. Check the dates today.
Lake Clark - Untamed Alaska, and Lots of it
If you're like almost everyone else on earth, you've managed to overlook Alaska's Lake Clark National Park and Preserve and its four million acres of stunning alpine and tundra wilderness.
Wild Places: Four Million Acres: No Waiting
Wild Places: Four Million Acres: No Waiting
National Geographic Adventure Magazine July 2000
Soon after the launch of Alaska Alpine Adventures, National Geographic Adventures recognized us as the go to guides for Turquoise Lake and Lake Clark National Park!

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