Choose an ATV or UTV adventure at the booking page, full day and half day tours available
Departs Daily: 9am | 1pm
Available: April – October (dependent on seasonal weather)
Ages: Suitable for people of all ages.
Dog Sledding: If anyone in your party is uncomfortable around dogs let us know so we can make it a successful experience.
ATV/UTV: We do not provide drivers for our tours. You must be at least 18 and licensed to drive a machine.
Weather in Alaska can change dramatically throughout the day. One moment it can be sunny and the next it can be raining.
We recommend you come dressed in basic layers. We do provide rain gear, boots, goggles, a dust mask and helmet which are included in the price of the tour.
Check in is 30 minutes prior to your tour start time at our location in Willow. It’s an easy 70 minute drive to us. We will then transport you to our atv base on Hatcher Pass.SNOWHOOK SHUTTLE SERVICE
SAGA provides a shuttle to and from Anchorage for $100.00 per person. Transportation is available for the 10:00 a.m. tour only. A 2 person minimum per party is required for transportation.
No, this tour combines both experiences to give you a comprehensive Alaskan adventure.
While the dog sledding portion requires minimal physical activity, the ATV/UTV adventure might be more demanding. However, with our expert guidance, we ensure safety and fun for all participants.
Yes, all participants receive a brief training to ensure safe and enjoyable riding.
No, participants must be at least 18 and licensed to operate the machines.
We aim to accommodate everyone. However, for specific concerns, it’s best to contact us directly.
While we provide all necessary gear, you’re welcome to bring your own if it meets safety standards.
We offer 2, 4, and 6-person UTV options.
Alaska’s wilderness is filled with unmatched beauty and adventure. For a deeper understanding of what awaits, the National Park Service’s page on Alaskan Parks offers insights into the flora, fauna, and terrains of Alaska, ensuring that you’re ready for your journey.
ATV riding in Alaska isn’t just an adventure; it’s a journey through history and culture. Dive into the world of off-roading in Alaska through resources like ATV Rider Magazine. Moreover, exploring the Iditarod Trail Committee’s official site will offer invaluable insights into the legendary dog sledding race, its history, and the incredible dogs that make it possible. Merging this knowledge with your upcoming experience with Snowhook Adventure Guides of Alaska will make your adventure even more memorable.
Join us on a once in a lifetime Alaska adventure with Snowhook Adventure Guides of Alaska. We’ll take you to places most people never get to see on dog sleds, helicopters, snowmobiles or ATVs.
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