This is the most unique, non-touristy experience you’ll have in Fairbanks. We’ll explore the ever-changing braided, glacial-fed Tanana River from our 90 private acres. Depending on the aurora forecast, (https://www.gi.alaska.edu/monitors/aurora-forecast) this is a premium viewing area away from city lights. This experience is a guided walking tour of the riverfront property, walking ON the river, and plenty of time for photographing the northern lights. If the aurora are not out, you’ll still see animal tracks, walk on a frozen river, see the stars, and enjoy Alaska’s crisp clean air. We’ll finish with hot cocoa and snacks in our warm guest house.
I’ve lived in Fairbanks for 35 years, and enjoy helping people from around the world experience “real” Alaska. I’m an avid outdoors person, and enjoy backpacking, cross country skiing, trail running and all that Alaska has to offer. I’m also an economist at the International Arctic Research Center at UAF.
후기 페이지 탐색 섹션
Wearing headlamps or carrying flashlights, we’ll walk across the frozen river slough, around an island, and then to the banks of the Tanana River. If it’s clear, this is an ideal place to view the aurora, devoid of light pollution. We’ll proceed to an Alaskan airstrip, and then make our way back to our warm home for snacks and hot cocoa, coffee, or tea.
예약 가능 여부
최대 10명, 만 5세 이상만 참석 가능
정부 발급 신분증
신분증상의 사진과 대조할 수 있는 본인 사진을 찍어야 합니다. 이를 통해 에어비앤비가 체험에 참가하는 게스트를 확인할 수 있습니다. 이 절차는 한 번만 완료하시면 됩니다.
The property is 15 minutes from Fairbanks and one of the places you can drive to the Tanana River. Directions: Chena Pump Road. Left on Rosie Creek. Right on Melanie/Chief John Drive. Turn left at 2340 Chief John Drive. Follow the driveway past the tall yellow house to the guest house at the river.
Aurora viewing ON the Tanana River