Sign Up for a Teen Summer Adventure Camp in Alaska
Looking for a teen adventure camp in Alaska, the Last Frontier? Famous for its wildlife, home to 17 of the 20 highest peaks in the United States, site of the famed Iditarod race, and land of the midnight sun. At Adventure Treks, high school students get to explore Alaska’s many diverse landscapes on our wilderness summer camps.
- Backpack along Crow Pass in Chugach National Forest, on trails that follow the original Iditarod race. You’ll pass waterfalls, mine ruins, fields of wildflowers, and you’ll hike across glaciers. You’ll probably see some mountain goats along the way!
- Learn to ice climb on the sparkling blue walls of the spectacular Matanuska Glacier for three days. This is a great place for photo opportunities!
- Whitewater raft the exciting class III and IV rapids of LionsHead River, famous for its the basalt column that shapes its namesake feature.
- Backpack in the Talkeetna Mountains, land of extinct volcanoes. You’ll practice your river-crossing skills and cross ice fields and tundra. Keep your eyes peeled for caribou herds!
- Spend four to five days sea kayaking in the Prince William Sound, known for its incredibly blue/turquoise waters. Calm waters meet calving glaciers as you glide beneath soaring bald eagles and above porpoises, otters, and killer whales.
- Hike in Denali State Park, home to North America’s highest and most dramatic peak: the 20,320-foot Denali. This looming mountain is visible from miles away on a clear day, and we’ll camp right in front of it!
Above all, you’ll have unforgettable adventures in the outdoors with peers who will become lifelong friends, alongside caring mentors and role models and breathtaking scenery.