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- Address: 2240 Railroad Dr, Fairbanks, AK 99709, USA, United States
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
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I had such an amazing time at Boreal Journeys! Jenna and David were very friendly and sweet, the trail was beautiful and scenic, and the dogs were ADORABLE!! I lucked out and went when they had a new puppy, who was sooooo soft. Such a great experience!
I can't say enough about how fantastic Jenna, David, and their Taste of Winter Camping expedition was. Not only are they great people, the trip was perfectly planned, personalized, and executed from start to finish. They do an awesome job of balancing exploration with relaxation, and making sure you are always comfortable and having fun. They have a great dogsled team, their homestead is beautiful and authentic, the camping was a super unique and cool experience, and the food was delicious! We mushed, snowshoed, ice fished, and loved every second. I’ve already recommended this trip to all my friends and family!
My brother and I went on a dog sled day tour to their property. We had such a great time!!! We truly enjoyed the trip, learned so much, and were so impressed with all they’ve built. We highly recommend David and Jenna! :)
Jenna and David were wonderful hosts for this dog sledding adventure. We had the time of our lives. Not only was the sledding fun but also learning about living off the grid was so informative. My daughter and granddaughter had so much fun that they scheduled a second tour on another day. If you want. Real piece of what Alaska is like, this is the tour to take.
I will echo the glowing praise others have given about the marvelous experience Jenna and David have worked so hard to bring together. On our recent trip very close to the winter solstice (only a few hours of light a day bookended by often-colorful sunrise and sunsets), we took the all-day dog sledding and snowshoeing trip, and boy did it surpass my expectations. We mushed in from a remote logging road to their homestead, in itself a perfect journey. The dogs are tremendous creatures who clearly love their lives. Then there’s their gorgeous land with stunning views over the Tanana River. They’ve crafted a few shelters for different purposes, including a fish house (where they cold-smoke salmon themselves- delicious), always with more projects on the horizon. Spending time eating a delicious meal, talking with them about how it all came to be, and what their lives look like was very inspiring. As others have said, it feels like spending time with old friends. We got a bit of a late start, so we hung around til well into the darkness, and then we mushed back out in the moonlight. This experience helped to make sure we’d been bitten hard by the Alaska bug. If you have the time while in town, make a day of it, and don’t be afraid to imagine what you’d build and do if you made yourself this kind of life.