Want To Join The Adventure?

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Want to Join The Adventure?

Snowhook Lodges - Snowmobile 02

Are you passionate about outdoor activities and eager to share your love for Alaska’s breathtaking wilderness? Snowhook Adventure Guides of Alaska is seeking enthusiastic individuals to join our team! These positions are ideal for those seeking seasonal jobs in Alaska, particularly in the vibrant summer or snowy winter seasons. Our guides play a crucial role in leading and ensuring the safety of our guests as they explore the Alaskan wilderness, whether it’s during the lush summer months or the pristine winter landscape.

Working for SAGA is flexible, you’ll have the opportunity to work in Alaska for 6 months, experiencing both the summer and winter wonders of the region. We offer jobs in Anchorage, Wasilla, and other prime Alaskan locations, with housing options available for our team members. These roles are not just jobs; they’re a chance to immerse yourself in Adventure Tourism Careers, where every day brings new challenges and exciting experiences. Whether guiding snowmobile tours, leading hikes, or sharing knowledge of Alaska’s natural history, you’ll be part of a team that values safety, fun, and unforgettable experiences for our guests.

Adventure Guide

$ DOE Hourly
  • Aug - Oct
  • Willow, AK
  • Available
Winter

Adventure Guide

$ DOE Hourly
  • Feb - Mar
  • Willow, AK
  • Available
Summer

Adventure Guide

$ DOE Hourly
  • Annual
  • Willow, AK
  • Available
All year
Anchorage Alaska ATV Tours
Anchorage Alaska ATV Tours

Joining the team at Snowhook Adventure Guides of Alaska is a unique opportunity, offering a range of benefits. Firstly, these roles are ideal for anyone looking for the best summer jobs in Alaska or seeking winter jobs, both with housing. Our guides enjoy learning a vast array of new skills, essential for various outdoor jobs in Alaska. From mastering dog sledding to guiding ATV adventures, the skill set you gain here is unparalleled.

Moreover, our team experience the wonders of Alaska firsthand. Imagine for your job, spending your summer or winter surrounded by stunning landscapes and abundant wildlife in Alaska. It’s not just a job; it’s an immersion into the Alaskan way of life. You’ll make new friends, and join a team that values camaraderie with over 100 years of combined experience in the Alaskan Backcountry. The experience gained here goes beyond typical seasonal jobs in Alaska; it’s about joining a community that cherishes the wilderness and thrives in it. Whether it’s witnessing the mesmerizing Northern Lights or exploring untouched trails, each day is a new adventure. Join our team and embrace the spirit of Alaska, transforming your passion for the outdoors into a fulfilling career.

Our team have the unique privilege of experiencing Alaska’s rich wildlife up close. This aspect of the job is perfect for anyone passionate about nature and looking for outdoor jobs in Alaska. You’ll gain the opportunity to experience the Alaskan wilderness, where encounters with creatures like moose, bears, and eagles are common.

This experience is particularly profound for those seeking adventure tourism careers. Being an Adventure Guide means more than guiding tours; it’s about being a steward of the wilderness. You’ll educate guests about the delicate balance of Alaska’s ecosystems, fostering a deeper appreciation for wildlife and nature. The experience is unparalleled whether it’s during the summer or in the winter, plus our jobs come with housing, so you’re never far from the Alaskan adventure. You’ll witness the beauty of nature, from watching caribou roam to spotting whales breaching in the distance. Joining Snowhook allows you to not just witness, but become a part of these extraordinary moments, blending adventure, education, and conservation in a career that’s truly unlike any other.

Living in Alaska

Living in Alaska

The community spirit in Willow and Anchorage, where SAGA operates, is a cornerstone of what makes working here so special. As part of the team, you’ll immerse yourself in the vibrant communities of these Alaskan towns, each offering a unique blend of culture, history, and natural beauty. This role is ideal for those interested in wilderness guide jobs in Willow or seeking outdoor adventure positions in Anchorage. It’s an opportunity to connect not just with nature, but with the heart and soul of Alaskan life.

Experience Alaskan Community

Living and working in these areas, our team experience the tight-knit sense of community that Alaska is known for. Whether you’re here for summer jobs in Anchorage, Alaska, or partaking in winter adventure jobs near Anchorage, you become a part of the local fabric. The towns of Willow and Anchorage provide a backdrop of stunning landscapes and friendly locals, making every day an adventure in itself. From community events to local traditions, being an Adventure Guide here is about embracing the Alaskan lifestyle to its fullest. Join us and discover the unique charm of Alaska’s communities, where every day brings new connections and unforgettable experiences.

FAQ's

Snowhook offers a range of Adventure Guide Vacancies in Alaska, including Alaskan Wilderness Guide Positions and Multi-Activity Guide Employment opportunities.

Yes, we offer Seasonal Jobs in Alaskan Tourism, particularly focused on adventure tourism careers near Anchorage and Willow, including summer and winter jobs.

We provide several Alaska summer jobs with housing and Alaska winter jobs with housing, ensuring our staff have comfortable accommodations while working with us.

Absolutely! We offer summer jobs in Alaska for students, perfect for those interested in outdoor adventure positions in Willow or near Anchorage.

Our jobs, such as Alaska Snowmobile Guide Jobs and wilderness employment opportunities in Alaska, are set in stunning landscapes, offering unique experiences in the Alaskan wilderness.

The cost of living can vary, but as a Snowhook guide, you’ll find that while some things might be pricier, you’ll also have access to housing options and resources to make living here manageable and enjoyable.

Our seasonal contracts vary, with options ranging from short summer stints to longer commitments. This flexibility allows our staff to experience the best of Alaska at their convenience.

While experience is beneficial, we offer training for various roles. Enthusiasm for outdoor employment in Alaska is a key requirement.

Yes, Snowhook values growth and development. Many of our team members start in entry-level roles and progress to more advanced positions, gaining valuable skills in the field of adventure tourism.

Along with providing room and board for many positions, Snowhook also offers competitive salaries, training opportunities, and a chance to work in some of Alaska’s most breathtaking locations.

To apply for Adventure Tourism Job Vacancies, visit our website’s employment section and submit your application online.

Yes, international adventurers can join our team! However, you’ll need the right work visa, which you can get through the U.S. immigration services. We’re happy to have a diverse crew!

Additional Information

For those considering a career with Snowhook or in the broader Alaskan adventure tourism sector, valuable resources are available to help you prepare for this exciting journey. The State of Alaska’s Employment and Training Services offers comprehensive guidance on job opportunities, training programs, and essential information about working in Alaska. This resource is crucial for anyone looking to understand the job market, skill requirements, and opportunities in the Alaskan wilderness.

Additionally, understanding the local community and environment is vital for anyone planning to work in Alaska. The Anchorage Community Development Authority provides insight into living and working in Anchorage, offering information on housing, community services, and the lifestyle in Alaska’s largest city. Furthermore, for a broader perspective on Alaska’s diverse and unique environment, the Alaska Center for the Environment offers resources on environmental conservation and sustainable practices in the state. These resources provide a well-rounded understanding of the Alaskan lifestyle and work environment, essential for anyone considering a career in adventure tourism in this breathtaking region.