Pioneer Outfitters is located in Wrangell St. Elias National Park in Alaska and is only accessible by small aircraft.
Alaska: The Last Frontier
Of all the visitors to Alaska, only a very few ever see the real last frontier. They stand in Anchorage and look at the mountains with houses climbing up the sides, in awe, never knowing the peaks of those mountains is Chisana’s ground elevation. They ride in buses and snap photos that can be seen in so many other’s albums of animals so used to being fed and eating trash and never understand the immense and powerful wonders that brought the pioneers to our great state, so long ago.
Experience wild Alaska
There is something old and wild to Alaska’s wilderness, that has to be experienced and witnessed to make the words I’ve written come alive for you. The history of the area is one of hardship and the heart and soul of the men and women who struggled so hard over treacherous glaciers and across icy waters to reach. That magnificence still remains, calling to adventurers and people searching for what is so hard to find in today’s world.
Standing at the top of the mountains, looking out as far as your eyes can see, there are only more mountains, more glaciers and rivers, forests and land. Untouched, unspoiled, and there, for you to explore, absorb into your soul and memories and remember in all the years to come.
That is what it is like for me, as an Alaska Outfitter, being part of making dreams come true.
If You Go:
Post Office Box CZN
Tok, Alaska 99780
This is a guest post from Amber-Lee Dibble.
Horseback Riding Vacation at Chena Hot Springs, Fairbanks, Alaska