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We have joined forces with Big Swig to bring you Anchorage’s most popular bike tour with the best craft beer. Ocean views, mountainscapes, spectacular scenery, and the best chance for seeing moose in Anchorage — this is a day you will never forget!
It’s no surprise that our clients on Trip Advisor say that this is “the best thing to do in Anchorage!”
Our Anchorage Coastal Cruise Bike Tour allows you to experience the wild side of Alaska’s largest city on a leisurely 9.5-mile guided ride.
The tour begins with a ride through the urban wilderness of Kincaid Park, over 1,500 acres of forested hills nestled on the coastline where moose, bears, bald eagles, and more are often spotted. Start your ride surrounded by wilderness and history as this once was a Cold War Nike Hurcles Missle site.
In addition to Kincaid Park, we also visit Earthquake Park. Here, we bike through some of the lasting devastations from the 1964 Earthquake. The ride then ends at Westchester Lagoon, a waterfowl sanctuary.
This Anchorage coastal bike trail offers views of five different mountain ranges, so there are plenty of opportunities for incredible photos along the way as your guides shares fascinating natural and human history.
NOTE: This is not an electric bike tour.
In the afternoon, join your Hoperator as they escort you off the beaten path to some of the finest breweries in Anchorage. This experience is as much about the history of Alaskan beers, the masters who brew them, and the locals who drink them as it is about tasting the beers themselves.
Enjoy a minimum of 14 beer tastings from 3 different brewery stops, a selection of appetizers at Midnight Sun Brewing Co., roundtrip transportation, and 4 hours of stories you’ll be sure to recount to your friends back home.
Much Mahalo to our outstanding guide Elly from Alaska Trail Guides.
I shared this awesome adventure with Rick and Sarah from Wisconsin; both were seasoned bikers. Unfortunately, I... read more haven’t been on a serious bike ride for 25+ years; not to mention mountain biking!!!
Elly was very patient and understanding of my skill level and made it an adventure to remember.
My only question was the tour description from Viator:
Overview: Embark on a 12-mile bike ride through Chugach State Park during this half-day small-group tour from Anchorage. Take in the beautiful views of the Alaskan scenery and keep an eye out for native wildlife such as moose, bald eagles, and bears. Learn about the natural history of the Chugach Mountains from your guide and enjoy a delicious picnic lunch before descending the mountain to end your tour. Take a half-day bike tour from Anchorage to the Chugach Mountains Bike 12 miles through Chugach State Park and discover its history Keep an eye out for native wildlife such as moose, bald eagles, and bears Enjoy a personalized experience during this small-group excursion
Was it due to time constraints or my skill level holding the group back that we didn’t enjoy a delicious picnic lunch? Ha Ha
Otherwise; everything described on the tour was spot on.
Much Mahalo, Ivan “I can’t walk straignt for a Week” Young
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Ellie was our guide and she was absolutely exceptional!!! She helped us navigate and learn the E-bikes and took us on trails that catered to our skill level!! She also... read more took the time to help us get some amazing pictures!! We felt so comfortable and taken care of!! We loved her so much!! Cannot recommend a better guide!! She is so knowledgeable about Alaska and gave us so much helpful information for the rest of our stay! If you book this tour, ask for Ellie!!!
Enjoyed this bike tour! Met guides at the park for the 6:30 pm tour. After a quick tutorial.. we were off. The trail does have some rolling hills, but nothing... read more too strenuous. Beautiful scenery & we even came upon a moose munching on the side of the trail. The guides were very professional and informative. Even when being in close proximity to the moose, never felt unsafe. The guides are locals and knew exactly how to handle the situation to keep everyone safe. Definitely recommend this tour if you have the opportunity. *Do bring bug spray, the mosquitoes can be bad in places. Only a problem when you stop though …
Our guide Elly was great. She paced the trip just right. We enjoyed the scenery and seeing wild life on our tour. I recommend this tour.
Elly was an awesome guide. She took us along a beautiful trail and provided interesting information about the state and it’s economy & history at the same time. She was... read more very upbeat & approachable. She also spotted a mama and a baby moose - the baby only 10 feet off the trail - and kept us safe while we enjoyed an extra long stop to watch the moose eating (while mama watched from the bushes). Would definitely recommend. …
The bike tour was the highlight of our trip! Dan drove us about 10 minutes to our drop off point. Our guide Elly made sure we were set up on... read more our bikes appropriately and outfitted with bike gloves and helmets. We had a blast riding at an easy pace on the trail enjoying the gorgeous and varied foliage and the occasional moose and even an ermine! Elly is extremely knowledgeable about the trail, fauna, wildlife and historic events like the 1964 Anchorage earthquake. 2 hours flew by and before we knew it we were at our pick up point with Dan (so incredibly welcoming and friendly by the way) waiting for us. I highly recommend this activity especially for those who enjoy being active. Thank you Dan & Elly!
Our guide, Caitlan, was knowledgable about the plants and wildlife along the trail, and warned us about the uphills before we reached the inclines. It was fascinating to see... read more that the tide dropped 38 feet, and the site of the severe earthquake in 1987 was im
Very nice leisurely 10 mile bike ride. Nice views along the coast and the guide provided interesting information. The entire trail was paved.
Had a great experience on the Chugach tour with Elly. She was a fantastic guide, would recommend to anyone visiting the area for the first time like myself. Fat tire... read more bikes are a ton of fun, more stable than normal mtn biking, and will still get your heart rate going. Views incredible and even got to see some moose! Coordinating the trip was very easy. Nothing but good things to say.