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Getting To Talkeetna

Alaska Off-Road Adventures is conveniently located in historic downtown Talkeetna - you can't miss us!

HOW TO GET TO TALKEETNA

The town of Talkeetna is located approximately 120 road miles (2.5 beautiful scenic hours) north of Anchorage. Talkeetna is one of the very few towns in Alaska that is easily accessible by highway, railroad, and air, making it an ideal destination for a day or overnight trip, with plenty to see and do year round!
 

 

VIA CAR

Travel North from Anchorage towards Wasilla/Palmer on AK-1 (Glenn Highway), take AK-3 (George Parks Highway) to Wasilla. Continue through Wasilla to Milepost 98.7 on AK-3 (George Parks Highway), turn right onto the Talkeetna Spur Road. Continue on the Talkeetna Spur Road 14 miles into the townsite of Talkeetna. Approximate travel time is 2.5 hours from Anchorage, with delays if your'e fighting rush hour traffic out of Anchorage.
 

 

VIA TRAIN

The Alaska Railroad runs daily summer operations from Anchorage, Denali, and Fairbanks. Alaska Railroad also offers winter operations to Talkeetna. The Summer Hurricane Turn Train and the winter trains are the last flag stop trains in the US!

 

VIA PLANE

Charter flights can be arranged by contacting one of Alaska's many "air taxis".  The Talkeetna State Airport has transient parking available for those flying their own planes and a flight service station is manned year round.
 

 

VIA SHUTTLE/BUS

Various shuttle companies offer daily service to and from Talkeetna, including many of the cruise ship tours.
 

Alaska Off Road Adventures Tour Booth on Main Street, Talkeetna
Map of Southcentral Alaska including Talkeetna and Denali National Park

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Diamond in the Dirt

... those in our group that LOVE off road adventures were thrilled! The trails were partial groomed and partial wet, wild and bumpy. The views were FABULOUS!!

 

Ken, part owner and official gun toting tour guide was personable and knowledgeable about the area and had a genuine interest in everyone being comfortable and having fun. 

The equipment appeared well maintained, safety gear was available (helmets, boots, etc.) and our route was planned around fun terrain and really good views of the area.

Thank you Ken for taking such good care to make sure our group enjoyed our time with you! We wish you all the best!!

 - Trip Advisor