Aniakchak National Monument
Found along the Pacific Ring of Fire, the Aniakchak National Monument is one of the least visited travel destinations in Alaska, and this means an opportunity for you to do what few have done. Aniakchak National Monument is home to a 2,500’ deep volcanic caldera formed 3700 years ago. The crater offers outstanding hiking and wildlife viewing, and provides exciting rafting opportunities along the Aniakchak River's swift current. The terrain offers a variety of treeless tundra, ancient volcanic ash flows, and riparian river habitat. A river rafters dream, the vibrant landscape, great hiking, and exciting whitewater help make this a raft trip of a lifetime.
"The scenery and routes were gorgeous – we loved the area. Food was fantastic and far exceeded our expectations. Guides were extremely ..."Caroline Seaman