Ride the Alaska Railroad into remote areas that are not accessible by car. Spectacular scenery abounds
around every bend. Short trips or long, no trip to Alaska is complete without experiencing the Alaska
Railroad. From Anchorage to Denali or down to Seward, let us help you plan your itinerary.
Every afternoon a train leaves from Portage, on the Seward Highway south of Anchorage and goes up into the
Chugach National Forest returning a few hours later. Passengers can choose to just ride and enjoy the scenery
up to Grand View (aptly named) for $85 each, or they can get off part way and do an easy hike guided by a Forest
Ranger for $64. You can choose to do a float trip from a mountain glacier lake back to the train pick up point
for $163 and all return to Portage, or Anchorage, or Whittier.
It's a great trip, rain or shine!
"Turnagain Arm Train" a painting by David