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Alaska Glaciers with Michael DeYoung

July 27 - August 2

$5985

Fully immerse yourself in an ultimate northern landscape photographic adventure exploring Southcentral Alaska’s shrinking glaciers up close and personal along with its rugged, coastal mountains and abundant waters. Led by travel and adventure photography team, Michael and Lauri DeYoung, one of Alaska’s most commercially successful outdoor photographers, this will be far from your average photo tour.

This tour includes landscape and marine wildlife opportunities in Southcentral Alaska, Prince William Sound, and the Kenai Peninsula. Timed to coincide with peak fireweed and other wildflower blooms, the tour consists of three flex days working the best of roadside available landscapes that include hiking to cool locations from road accessible trailheads. Four days, including an overnight wilderness camp, will be spent at off the highway locations, including two full-day boat tours and two full-day active tours that involve hiking and paddling in protected glacier lakes often choked with icebergs and hemmed in with stunning mountain scenery in verdant green landscapes.

Details

Start:
July 27
End:
August 2
Cost:
$5985
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Website:
https://activephototours.com/alaska-glacier-photo-tour/

Organizer

Michael DeYoung
Email:
michael@michaeldeyoung.com
Website:
https://deyoungphotoworkshops.com

Other

Region
Alaska, Canada and Arctic
USA States/Territories
Alaska
How many NANPA brochures may we send you to hand out to attendees?
5

Location

Kenai Peninsula
AK United States + Google Map

NANPA provides the above event calendar of privately-run Member Workshops/Tours as a NANPA member benefit. NANPA does not monitor or endorse such workshops or tours in any way.

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