Our most popular tour, our clients say its “the best thing to do in Anchorage!” (Trip Advisor) Enjoy beautiful views, learn about Alaska and look for moose! Great for all biking abilities.
3 hour interpretive tour (2 hours of biking)
Friendly, trained and knowledgeable guides
Bike, helmet, biking gloves, rain pants and jacket
Best chance at seeing wildlife in Anchorage
Points of interest include Kincaid Park, Point Woronzof, Earthquake Park, and Westchester Lagoon
$80 adults (ages 16+)
$65 children (ages 10-15)
Looking for a private experience for your group, tailored to your abilities? Contact us with what you are looking for. Group rates available!
Ocean views, mountains and moose!
This 9.5 mile ride aims to show you the best of what Anchorage has to offer! This is a casual ride and is for people of all abilities and ages. We pick you up in downtown Anchorage and with bikes in tow we drive out to Kincaid Park. By doing this we are able to enjoy riding down the long hills towards downtown. Tony Knowles Coastal Trail is a paved bike path through the woods and along the coast. The vehicle meets the group halfway; if there is someone in the group who is only up for 5 miles of biking, join the driver guide for a driving tour the rest of the way. Along the way hear interesting information about the natural and human history at scenic viewpoints of the Cook Inlet and the 5 surrounding mountain ranges, Earthquake Park and Westchester Lagoon (a water fowl sanctuary). Kincaid Park is also home to most of the moose that live in Anchorage, giving you the best chance to see them!
Downtown Anchorage Log Cabin Visitor Center Shuttle Bus Stop: 546 W 4th Ave, Anchorage, AK 99501
For afternoon tours, you can add a stop at one of our local craft breweries.