Alaska Tours


If you are planning on staying in Alaska for extra time on either side of your stay at ATAL but aren’t really sure what you want to do... we have a few suggestions.

Alaska is full of beautiful scenery and adventure waiting to be found. For us extreme fly-fisherman it might be hard to believe Alaska is good for anything besides giant rainbow trout or salmon but, there is in fact more to thrill visitors to The Great Land. We hope these suggestions help you make the most of your trip to Alaska.  If you need help booking any extra excursions, contact us by email, or give us a call to help you make any arrangements.

Alaska Glacier Cruises 
Alaska glacier viewing cruises have become one of the most popular attractions when visiting Alaska. Glacier and wildlife cruises are a wonderful way to see some of Alaska's spectacular glaciers, snowcapped mountains, marine wildlife and birds. It is a great way to spend the day with friends and family. 

Kenai Fjords Glacier Cruise (National Park Tour)

+ 1 877-777-4051

Phillips 26 Glacier Cruise

+ 1 800-544-0529

 Stan Stephens Glacier & Wildlife Cruises

+ 1 866-867-1297

Scenic Train Trip from Anchorage to Seward

If you are traveling to Seward, we recommend you consider booking a berth on one of the most scenic train trips in all of North American. You will travel along the Turnagain arm of Cook Inlet, and may see Dall Sheep above rocky cliffs.  You may also see moose and bears as you pass through the Placer River Valley.  You will pass the impressive ice wall that is Spencer Glacier and travel over a 1,000 foot pass through the Kenai Mountains.  Before you know it you’ll be debarking the train in the beautiful harbour town of Seward, which is an added bonus! While there you might consider visiting the Alaska Sea Life Centre or take an authentic IdidaRide Sled Dog Trip.

 

Scenic Train Trip Information can be found here at:

+1 800-266-8625

Alaska Sea Life Centre

+ 1 800-224-2525

IdidaRide Sled Dog Tours

+1 907-224-8607 

Seward Halibut Charters

The Gulf of Alaska’s deep water currents upwelling against reefs and ledges create the perfect environment for nutrient-rich marine life to thrive, causing heavy bait fish concentrations that draw monsters from the deep. Unbelievable catches are regular occurrences for all Alaska Gulf game species. That’s why people come from all corners of the planet to try their luck at catching a “barn door” sized Halibut!  No trip to Seward is complete without taking a Halibut fishing charter.

 

Crackerjack Sport Fishing 

+1 800-566-3912                                                          

Saltwater Safari Company

+1 907-224-5232

Puffin Charters

+1 800-978-3346

If you plan to Add on a trip to Seward for Glacier Cruises, Halibut Fishing and/or the Scenic Train Trip, here are a couple hotels we recommend:

Hotels in Seward Alaska

If you have extra time in Alaska before or after your trip to Alaska Trophy Adventures Lodge, we suggest you take a scenic drive down to the harbor town of Seward. This is a great day or overnight trip. You can usually see wildlife on the journey there and it is not hard to book a charter boat for Alaskan Halibut.

Edgewater & Conference Hotel - Centrally located in Seward's historic downtown with easy access to the sea life center, specialty shops, restaurants, and art galleries. With a large variety of room types, they can accommodate most every budget.
(907) 224-2700

Hotel Seward: - Hotel with charm and character in the historic downtown center.
(907) 224-8001

 

Contact Info

Address:
Box 31,
King Salmon,
Alaska, 99613
Phone: +(1) 877 801 2289
Phone: +(1) 907 519 6820
Phone: +(44) 7775 602 424
Email: atalodge.wayne@gmail.com