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Three sold out trips to Alaska to witness the amazing Northern Lights in as many years. What’s more amazing, is these tours are continually filled from our Priority Notification List or waiting lists! Highlights include charming accommodations in lodges, travel aboard the Alaskan Railroad and a glacier cruise on Prince William Sound, not to mention the chance to see one of nature’s wonders!

Please Note: You must be prepared for cold weather from 0 to 35 degrees. Boots and jackets may be rented (extra cost) if you do not own them.

•Small group, 22 people maximum
•View the Aurora Borealis in the dark sky outside of Fairbanks
•Tour of the BP Ice Art Championship sculptures
•Stay at the spectacular Alyeska Resort, charming Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge, and Pikes Waterfront Lodge
•Travel on the Alaska Railroad from Talkeetna to Healy
•Dogsled at Dallas Seavey kennel, winner of four Iditarod Races
•Exclusive winter cruise in Prince William Sound
•See all the big land mammals at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center
•Star Lady Aurora presentation
•Door-to-door airport service
•Round trip air to Anchorage/from Fairbanks
•13 Meals: 5 full breakfasts, 1 brunch, 4 lunches and 3 dinners
•4800/5200 Gold Passport Points

Limited seating available! Call the office at (916) 361-2051 to check for availability.

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    Day 1

    Fly to Anchorage, starting our tour with lunch and a scenic drive down the Turnagain Arm – one of the most scenic byways in America! This All-American Road will be a highlight today as we travel between the ocean and the towering Chugach Mountains before arriving at our overnight accommodations. The Alyeska Resort is a beautiful property; amenities include several restaurants, a sundry and gift shop, mountain sports store (for winter gear), fitness center, spa and an indoor saltwater pool & whirlpool. The aerial tram provides transportation to the fine dining restaurant at the top of the mountain. Alyeska Resort – 2 nights (L)

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    Day 2

    This morning explore the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, a 200-acre rescue and rehabilitation center for Alaskan wildlife. Here we will meet the moose, wood bison, musk ox herd, caribou herd, and other Alaskan animals that call the Portage Glacier Valley home. The afternoon finds us on a voyage in Prince William Sound’s Blackstone Bay. Cruise close to the shore, admiring the sheer cliff walls and tumbling waterfalls in route to two tidewater glaciers – Beloit and Blackstone. You will be sitting face-to-face with an expansive wall of ice at Blackstone glacier. The rest of the day will be spent exploring and searching for sea and wildlife. The evening is at your leisure. (FB,L)

  • Day 3

    Visit the homestead of Dallas Seavey, the 2012, 2014, 2015 and 2016 Iditarod Champion to learn what it takes to train and race in the Last Great Race. Tour the kennel and go for a wilderness ride on a real dog sled with champion sled dogs! Lunch is served at the kennel before we travel to the town of Talkeetna, a quaint “mountain climbing” town, featured on several TV shows for good food and fun personalities. Enjoy a hosted dinner and the Star Lady Aurora presentation this evening. The Star Lady will share with you her knowledge of constellations, aurora activity, and the Alaskan night sky. Ask questions of this local personality and stock up on knowledge before we head outside on to the lodge deck to look for the Northern Lights! Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge – 2 nights (FB,L,D)

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    Day 4

    Awaken today and look out your window and hopefully view the majestic Alaska Range and North America’s highest mountain, Denali! Brunch at the famous Talkeetna Roadhouse is included this morning before a tour of town and an optional (extra cost) flightseeing tour. (BR)

  • Day 5

    It’s an epic journey on the Alaskan Railroad today, through a true winter wonderland! Depart the train in Healey and continue by bus to Fairbanks. After checking into our hotel enjoy a hosted dinner followed by more aurora viewing this evening. The remote location will allow us to get away from the city lights of Fairbanks to enjoy the aurora and photograph this spectacular show! NOTE: The aurora is weather and solar flare dependent – it takes clear skies and active solar activity combined to make for a great viewing experience. Pikes Waterfront Lodge – 2 nights(FB,L,D)

  • Day 6

    This afternoon visit the Trans Alaska Pipeline and the Museum of the North. Get ready to be amazed at the BP World Ice Art Championships, where single and multi blocks of ice are sculpted into exquisite master pieces. The detail will astound you! Dinner is hosted before heading back to the Ice Park to see the sculptures illuminated for night! (FB,D)

  • Day 7

    You will not soon forget the magic you experienced in the Great North. It is time to take our photos and memories back home to share with our families and loved ones. (FB)


A Day Out in San Francisco

Enjoy a ride to The City for a day of shopping, lunch or just looking around! The coach will drop you at Pier 39/ Fishermens Wharf and Union Square.


A Play on the Lake, A Ride to the Sky

Head to Lake Tahoe for a fun overnighter featuring the 1960’s musical, Beehive. An exuberant jukebox celebration of women musicians from the 60’s; Beehive transports audiences on a nostalgic musical journey. The outdoor venue at Sand Harbor is perfect for a summer night of music, laughter, and of course Aqua Net-glistening coiffures! Join your fellow Sports Leisure travelers for a late morning trip to Truckee. Check into the Hampton Inn, don your best 60’s apparel (optional) before dinner at Moody’s before enjoying the show. Imagine, this venue has one of the most stunning backdrops in the world, a Lake Tahoe sunset!
After breakfast at the hotel; depart for Olympic Valley. Squaw Valley is one of the largest ski areas in the United States, and was host site of the entire 1960 Winter Olympics. A tram ride to the summit provides an aerial view of the valley, plus takes you to High Camp for lunch. Visit the Olympic Museum before returning to Sacramento, mid-afternoon.


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7 Days · 13 Meals

Your trip includes all accommodations, airfare from Sacramento*, all listed activities and the services of a Sports Leisure Tour Director

*If applicable. Not traveling from Sacramento? Not a problem, just give us a call.

March 16th - 22nd
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