Into the Wild with Denali Tundra Tours February 13, 2015 Ted Palmer Share If you’re searching for a new way to experience the remote landscapes of the Alaskan wilderness, we have just the excursion for you. Get ready to be fully immersed in the Alaskan tundra on the back of an ATV with Denali Tundra Tours. Located in Healy, Alaska, this destination will be a snap to visit in your RV rental from A&M RV Center. Denali Tundra Tours If you’re planning on coming to Alaska, there’s no doubt you’ll want a taste of the real Last Frontier. Denali Tundra Tours will give you that taste by utilizing amphibious six-wheeled ATVs to lead the tour around uninhabited regions around Mt. McKinley. Yes, there are still uninhabited areas in the United States. This unspoiled region features rivers, muddy stream beds, and rocky terrain for you to traverse on your ATV while surrounded by astonishing Alaskan landscapes. Denali Tundra Tour’s Stampede Wilderness Tour starts off from the Stampede Trail. You might remember the Stampede Trail from the book Into the Wild or the film adaption of the name. Into the Wild is the story of Christopher McCandless’s treacherous trek into the wilderness of Denali. Don’t fret, though, your fate won’t be the same as that of Mr. McCandless. Tour guides and top-of-the-line ATVs ensure a safe venture into the Alaskan wilds. Tour Schedule These tours are offered four times daily during summer: 7:30 a.m., 9:30 a.m., 4:00 p.m., and 6:00 p.m. This year’s touring season is from May 20th to September 20th. Tours cost $149.50 per person and at least two people are required to reserve per hour. Choose A&M RV Center Adventure seekers motorhome rentals shouldn’t miss this exciting and unique way to experience Alaska’s tundra wilderness. If you’re not set up with some wheels on your adventure, contact A&M RV Center at (907) 279-5508 and we’ll get you mobile for your journey through the Last Frontier.