Very few things scream adventure and excitement like an Alaskan river rafting trip. Whether you are an adrenaline seeker looking for their next thrill or an outdoor enthusiast in search of a scenic voyage, there is no lack of opportunities surrounding Trail Lake Lodge. Ideally located in the heart of the Kenai Peninsula in Moose Pass, Alaska, Trail Lake Lodge serves as the ultimate basecamp for summer visitors. To give you an idea of what to expect, we’ve assembled some useful information for your Alaskan river rafting trip. 

Alaskan River Rafting Trips Near Moose Pass, Alaska

The Chugach Outdoor Center is less than an hour north of Moose Pass, Alaska, and is the Kenai Peninsula’s premier river rafting outfitter. Awe-inspiring and majestic scenery await as you embark on class IV and V rapids chock-full of hydro-powered jubilation. For those looking for an extreme journey, Chugach offers a dynamic array of white water rafting excursions. 

Granite and Bertha Creek

Scenic float trips through the Turnagain Pass allow visitors to take in panoramic views of this majestic canyon as stoic mountains tower over. The Granite and Bertha Creeks are much calmer rivers that provide a serene alternative to intense white water rafting. Possibly the best aspect of this trip is that the rapids are peaceful enough to take pictures, so bring a camera if you’d like!

Sixmile Creek

Located within the Chugach National Forest, Sixmile Creek is an advanced white water rafting trip that catapults descending patrons down the Chugach Mountains at over 50 feet per mile! This majestic waterway pummels through three different canyons, creating an unforgettable experience for those fortunate enough to endure it. The narrow pathways of crystal clear Alaskan water lend themselves to the ride of a lifetime.

Alaskan Lodges on the Kenai Peninsula: Basecamp for Adventure

A stunning view from just outside Trail Lake Lodge.Part of what separates Trail Lake from other Alaskan lodges is the centralized location and affordable rates. Whether you are a couple seeking a romantic retreat, a group or family looking to immerse yourself in the Alaskan wilderness, or a solo traveler seeking peace and solitude, Trail Lake Lodge is here to accommodate. From Alaskan river rafting trips to wildlife viewing, the Kenai Peninsula has it all. Please call us at 907-288-3101 or contact us online to start planning your expedition!