|•||Confirmation will be received at time of booking|
|•||Not wheelchair accessible|
|•||Closed toe shoes required|
|•||Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately|
|•||A maximum of 10 people per booking|
|•||Children must be accompanied by an adult|
|•||Minimum age is 10 years|
|•||Service animals allowed|
|•||Near public transportation|
|•||Most travelers can participate|
|•||This tour/activity will have a maximum of 8 travelers|
|•||Face masks required for guides in public areas|
|•||Face masks provided for travelers|
|•||Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff|
|•||Social distancing enforced throughout experience|
|•||Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas|
|•||Gear/equipment sanitized between use|
|•||Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized|
|•||Guides required to regularly wash hands|
|•||Regular temperature checks for staff|
|•||Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms|
|•||Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons|
|•||In order to limit guide exposure, this tour will be out-and-back rather than point-to-point for Summer 2021. We still bike in Kincaid Park, enjoy Cook Inlet views at Point Woronof, and visit Earthquake Park. This also doubles our chance to see moose! This leisurely ride covers about 10 miles total.|
What a wonderful ride! Our guide Chase was friendly, knowledgeable and encouraging, sensitive to the needs and riding experience of each group member. We had just 6 in our group, and that made it easy to keep up. And…we saw a moose!
If you want to see moose (and possibly a bear or two) this is your tour! My tour guide Katelyn (sorry if mispelled!) Was friendly, kept a good pace, and handled our wildlife encounters like a pro.
Thank you Chance for a a great tour! Beautiful views of Cook Inlet and lots of fun! We had varying levels of ability and he made sure everyone had a great time. Only a couple of hills, mainly flat. We did not see any wildlife but it was a fun experience.
We were able to see a two moose. The guide was very informative. It was safe and route manageable for all levels it athletic ability.
Ellie was extremely knowledgeable about the history of the area and the botany of the trail
She was also kind, patient, and acomodating toward this 60ish year old tourist riding up moderate hills.
The scenery was breathtaking. Would highly recommend this tour
It was a nice pleasant ride on a beautiful afternoon - and we got to see a bull moose feeding! Very easy bike for young and old alike - nice views down the coast.
My niece (teenager) and I had the best time. Easy bike ride mostly downhill. Excellent guide who shared interesting information. Equipment was good quality and well maintained. The perfect way to end (or start) our Alaskan trip!
The guides are lovely. The bikes are comfortable. It’s very simple biking, largely flat, nice view back to Anchorage. Got some nice tips and background from the guides, ‘could have used more info on the birds, trees, history etc. but it’s a pleasant way to spend a low-key morning. It was perfect before we flew out from the main ANC airport that is right there.
Both of our tour guides were awesome. They talked with us quite a bit about the history of the area and some of the neat things we saw along the trail. The only reason for the four stars is because the tour did not feel like it was long enough. It would have been more enjoyable had the tour guides been able to take us on some sort of loop rather than a double back along the same path.