Experience an exhilarating day in Icy Strait Point, as you trek Chichagof Island via open-air, all-terrain vehicles before whizzing along the "world's largest zip line". Travel through quaint Hoonah village, home to the indigenous Tlingit people, and watch a safety briefing before navigating rugged woodland trails on two-person 4x4 vehicles. Endure a 1,320 vertical drop as you fly over treetops at speeds of more than 60 miles per hour before landing softly on the beach.
• Commentated Drive: Journey past the quaint fishing village of Hoonah, where a thriving community of indigenous Tlingit people resides.
• Scenic 4x4 Exploration: Trek across Chichagof Island's rugged wilderness and coastline, with its picturesque mountain peaks and alluring ocean waters.
• ZipRider: Brave a thrilling 90-second harnessed cable ride, deemed the world's longest, at speeds of 65 miles per hour.
What to Bring:
• Sea Pass card and photo identification
• Cash/Credit cards
• Sun protection
What to Wear:
• Hat and sunglasses
• Closed-toe shoes
• Warm clothes
• Wind/water resistant jacket
• Guests must be at least 6 years old and between 75 and 275 pounds to participate on this tour.
• All drivers must present a valid driver's license.
• The ATV portion is a remote trail experience, and the ride will be bumpy.
• Pregnant women and guests with back/neck problems should not select tour.
• Guests participating in these activities do so at their own risk. The nature of this tour includes inherent risks for its participants. All guests must understand and acknowledge that this activity bears certain known and unanticipated risks which could result in serious bodily injury. Make certain you are aware of these risks before purchase.
• This tour is not recommended for guests with pre-existing medical conditions such as cardiac, respiratory, or orthopedic conditions, including joint injuries or disease, or any other serious medical condition. Guests must consider their physical fitness level and medical history when determining whether this tour is appropriate. Guests who have concerns must consult with their personal physician before engaging in any activity that may be strenuous for them, particularly those involving water-based activities. Guests should consider their swimming ability when selecting tours involving water-based activities.