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Alaska Horse Adventures
Address: 18810 E Walling Rd, Palmer, AK 99645
Phone: (907) 229-4445
Description:

Featuring several riding tours in the Greater Palmer area from 1.5-3 hours, Alaska Horse Adventures is open Year Round.  Additionally, they have a 6 hour Kayak tour in the Butte.

Drill Team Six Fishing Excursions, LLC
Phone: (702) 465-4747
Description:

Drill Team Six Fishing Excursions is ready to take you on your next adventure! Located just 50 minutes from Anchorage, we provide YEAR-ROUND all-inclusive fishing packages. Trips range from guided salmon & lake boat charters to a variety of ice fishing excursions. Fish May-Oct on our spacious 20ft jet boat with the capacity for up to 6 people. If you enjoy the cooler weather, we offer a variety of ice fishing excursions Dec-Apr. Enjoy the beautiful back country of Alaska by snowmobile on one of our remote Northern Pike day trips. Targeted species (depending on season) include: King & Silver Salmon, Rainbow Trout, Arctic Char, Northern Pike and Burbot. All packages include safety equipment, bait, gear, tackle and heated shelters for ice fishing. At the end of your trip we will fillet your fish along with placing them in a bag for easy transport. Licensed, insured and USCG certified. We are a Veteran owned/operated family-oriented small business. Ask about our MILITARY & 1ST RESPONDER discounts. Also, like and follow our FB for future giveaways. Copy link to connect to FB: https://www.facebook.com/DrillTeamSix/.

NOVA River & Glacier Adventures
Address: 38100 W. GLENN HIGHWAY
SUTTON, AK 99674
Phone: (800) 746-5753 or (907) 746-5753
Description:

Based out of Sutton, just north of Palmer, NOVA Alaska Guides has incredible experiences for everyone. Established in 1975, NOVA is Alaska’s oldest river rafting tour company under original ownership. Since 1975, we have accomplished many firsts in guided adventure travel in Alaska, including the first to offer commercial whitewater rafting on Alaska rivers and the first guided hikes on the Matanuska Glacier more than 25 years ago.

Our early wilderness trips included several first descents and trips through the newly formed National Parks and Refuges with organizations like National Geographic, Connaissance du la Mode and the National Audubon Society. Our expertise in this theater has grown over the years to include combination trips that offer mountain and glacier trips with river trips.