Renae and I were born into families that lived life as an adventure. We have grown up in Alaska surrounded by beauty, mountains and glaciers that are hard to access without a bush plane. This has fueled our family's desire to fly, so we can get out and explore, see things possibly no other person has ever witnessed before.
Over the years we have grown to appreciate the "rich experiences" over the convenient ones. The rich experiences are the ones that don't come easy. They are the ones that change you. The ones that let you know you have accomplished something worthwhile. What if you could have "rich experiences" in Alaska that are not usually found in the normal tourist destinations? This has been a small part of our business over the years but we are now at a point we can start to focus on offering this to more folks.
We would like to invite you to come to Trapper Creek to stay up to five days with us on our off grid homestead. You would have a small, off-grid, dry cabin. This is the first part of the "Rich experience". Instead of running water and electricity you get an outhouse, propane lights, and wood stove. The cabin will be stocked with food and the award winning, locally roasted, Genesis Coffee Lab coffee. Each day we will look at the weather and give you options of what adventures are possible that day. Isaac will be your personal bush pilot and guide for the day. With a highly specialized Maule aircraft and large bushwheels we can land you on ridge tops or gravel bars and take you to the parts of Alaska few will ever see. If the weather is too bad to fly that day, we have 120 acres of land with a fishing stream flowing right through the middle for your exploration, enjoyment and relaxation.
To keep the experience truly special we limit the group size to two people at a time.
$1,300/person/per day with a two person minimum
-all flights in our bush plane, cabin, food, camp
equipment and rafts are included in this price.
Below are some photos of your personal off grid cabin you will stay in when not out in the wilder places of Alaska