Alaska September 18, 2018
This Fall Colors Tour In Alaska Will Brighten Up The Season
Fall in Alaska is usually a brief few weeks with intense colors and cool breezes that turn to snow alarmingly quickly. But the views are some of the most beautiful around. The landscapes ignite with crimson and gold, the mountains turn white and the wild lands show off their gorgeous colors. Tak this tour in Alaska to span many miles of the state and experience Alaska’s beautiful fall for yourself. You’ll love this incredible fall colors tour in Alaska.
Go Alaska Tours
Alaska Fall Foliage and Aurora Borealis Driving Tour
Go Alaska Tours will take you into the Alaskan wilderness to see the epically beautiful vistas of Denali National Park in the autumn.
The mountains are stunning as ever, and usually dressed in their winter coat as snow begins moving down to cover the mountains in August.
The tour takes you up the highway from Anchorage to Talkeetna, then north to Denali National Park.
The shrubs and low lying plants turn a calico of red, orange and yellows across the landscape.
Denali National Park is absolutely stunning in the fall and you will revel in the untouched wilderness setting, kept wild for everyone to enjoy.
A full day in the park allows you to hike and view the colors at their most spectacular. Stay overnight in this gorgeous locale for a truly magical Alaskan experience.
The birch trees turn their signature golden hue and brighten up the views. As you head north, the gold of the interior dominates the view.
The next portion of the trip takes you north to the tundra. You will head up to the lovely interior city of Fairbanks and up the Dalton Highway a bit to see the reds of the tundra.
Your gorgeous fall colors adventure continues to the Chena Hot Springs Resort, an hour outside of Fairbanks. Soak in the restorative mineral hot springs surrounded by autumn beauty for an time honored Alaskan experience.
The tour ends at the hot springs and from there you can launch into your own adventure to explore more of the country or head home. The colors of Alaska in the fall will burn into your mind and you will never forget this gorgeous adventure.
The best part? The nights are dark enough to see an amazing aurora show in the night skies, without the frigid temperatures! Fall is a wonderful time to explore the beauty of Alaska.
If you live in southern Alaska, look for the
16 Undeniable Signs That Fall Is Almost Here In Alaska. If you are in the north or the interior, fall is well underway and winter is knocking. Travel to lea peep this time of year! The Fall Foliage At These 9 Parks In Alaska Is Stunningly Beautiful.
Where is your favorite spot for fall colors? Tell us about it in the comments below!