As snowflakes continue to descend from the sky, the team here at Kenai River Drifter’s Lodge is left daydreaming of next year’s fishing season. There’s no better time to research, book, and plan a long-awaited, well-deserved Alaska fishing trip than the cozy winter months. And, of course, Drifter’s Lodge is so much more than just the top-reviewed Cooper Landing fishing charter. Anglers and adventurers alike can meticulously (and effortlessly) piece together a fully-customizable excursion to the Kenai Peninsula—that includes an accommodation, all meals, unlimited fishing, and a wide variety of wilderness activities, such as dog sledding. Because of the dramatic elevation changes inside the Chugach Mountains, the best time to hop aboard one of the most exciting dog sled tours in Alaska is from mid-May through August.

Dog Sledding near Me: Seavey’s Ididaride

If you were to search for “dog sledding near me” while on the peninsula, you’d likely stumble upon Seavey’s Ididaride. Unquestionably, Seavey’s offers the very best dog sled tours in Alaska—perhaps North America. And, for just $350 per person, guests at Kenai River Drifter’s Lodge can buckle into a state-of-the-art helicopter en route to Punch Bowl Glacier. This jaw-dropping natural marvel is where you’ll meet a unit of strong, swift, and friendly Alaskan huskies. This two-hour excursion will likely rank among the most enthralling experiences of your lifetime. Picture yourself behind a team of beautiful sled dogs, entirely enclosed by craggy, snowcovered mountains. Let the huskies effortlessly tow your two-person sled as you admire the beauty of one of Alaska’s last remaining glaciers. You’ll, of course, relish the rare opportunity to mush with the team for approximately two miles.

Top-Reviewed Kenai River Fishing Guides

It’s not often that you read “dog sledding” and “salmon fishing” in the same sentence—but Alaska is truly one of a kind. After a brief expedition to Girdwood for one of the premier dog sled tours in Alaska, return to Kenai River Drifter’s Lodge for an idyllic exclamation point to an already unforgettable day. Enjoy a light lunch, pack up your fishing gear, and launch into the scenic Kenai River for four to six hours of world-class salmon fishing. We are, first and foremost, a fishing lodge. The guided options are seemingly endless when you choose our tranquil, riverside haven. Our impeccable five-star experience is unrivaled here in Cooper Landing, Alaska. Whether you’re aiming to hook a monster king salmon, trophy rainbow trout, or barn-door halibut, Drifter’s guiding family will ensure that your long-awaited Alaskan escape is nothing short of flawless.

Quintessential Cooper Landing Lodging

Ideally, you won’t have to search for “dog sledding near me” next summer because you mindfully chose Seavey’s Ididaride. We also urge all future guests to browse through our countless customizable activities, ranging from glacier cruises, ziplining in Seward, and breathtaking hiking trips. The communities that surround Cooper Landing proudly offer the best salmon fishing, birdwatching, and dog sled tours in Alaska—the Kenai Peninsula truly is a heavenly escape for those who long for the outdoors. And we couldn’t think of a more relaxing place to unwind after a full day of exploration than our mountain-view cabins, homes, and guest rooms. To learn more about our highly-praised Alaska salmon fishing trips, please give us a call today at 1-907-595-5555.