Anchorage, Alaska is a winter fat biking paradise! We have hundreds of miles of maintained and groomed trails just waiting for you to explore.
Fat tire bikes are a fixture on groomed multi-use trails and sportier singletrack trails throughout Anchorage. With fat tires, wide handlebars, and serious tread, these bikes are designed to go just about anywhere in our winter wonderland.
Giving people of all skill levels a fun, new mode of exploration, not to mention the sensation of floating on the snow, it’s no wonder that fat biking is one of the most popular winter activities in Anchorage, Alaska.
Our local guides tailor these Anchorage winter tours to your group’s skill and fitness level, exploring well-maintained trails on top-notch equipment while sharing local history.
Alaska Trail Guides offers once-in-a-lifetime experiences. You can combine fat tire biking with either an afternoon of craft beer tastings or dog sledding! We provide top-of-the-line equipment from head to toe and have the option of upgrading to an electric pedal-assist fat tire bike, if needed.
Are you visiting Alaska in warmer parts of the year? Browse our range of year-round Anchorage guided bike tours for even more options.
If you have any questions prior to booking, please feel free to contact us. Our friendly team is always happy to provide answers for peace of mind.
This tour aims to show you the best of what Anchorage has to offer. There are plenty of stops, stories, and photo ops along the way. Bike & Brew option available!
Love mountain biking in the summer? Wait until you experience singletrack in the winter! A private experience allows you to go as far and as fast as you can handle! Bike & Brew option available!
Coastal cruise bike tour was a fun morning with Elly for our family of 4. She had lots of local wildlife knowledge (even though we didn’t see much on our... read more
We had a great experience with Elly and Frankie on the bike tour. They were very knowledgeable and made for a fun and safe experience. The equipment was in excellent... read more