• 1.5 - 2 hours of fat tire biking

  • 3 hour scenic ride on the Alaska Railroad

  • Local guide

  • Bike, helmet, pogies (bar mitts) and hand warmers

  • Lunch at the Talkeetna Roadhouse


  • Group size: maximum 8 people

  • Cost: $425

  • Up to 12 hours

  • Activity Level: Moderate - Strenuous: Please see trip details and skills / fitness tab below for more details

Looking for a private experience for your group, tailored to your abilities? Contact us with what you are looking for. Come see Anchorage the best way, the biking way!

** Note: Weather condition vary in the winter. Length of trip may vary based on road conditions.

Board the Alaska Railroad in Anchorage and head north! Sit back, relax and take in the winter wonderland as you ride the rails to Talkeetna. Talkeetna is a small historic town nestled just outside Denali National Park. Your guide will meet you at the depot where you will continue to the Roadhouse for lunch. After, explore the town on foot. Spend time in the museum, walk to the Susitna River for views of Denali, and make sure to meet the Mayor of Talkeetna!

We depart Talkeenta by van for Willow, originally Alaska's largest gold mining district, is now the official home of the Iditarod Dog Sled Race Start. The love of dog mushing in Willow makes it an ideal location for winter recreation. Local trails are maintained daily, providing the best possible conditions for fat tire biking. Meet a few retired sled dogs before starting your fat tire ride. Fat tire biking is quickly becoming one of Alaska’s most popular winter sports.

Experience the serene wilderness as you pedal through the woods, over frozen lakes and part of the official Iditarod Trail! Our fat tire bikes are studded and designed to handle winter riding condition.