Singles Travel International Hosts Alaskan Wilderness Multi-Sport Adventure: Experience the Nature of Alaska by Bike, Raft, and Sea Kayak June 13-18, 2005

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Are you drawn to nature by experiencing it? Join Singles Travel International June 13-18, 2005 for the ultimate Alaskan experience. Hike through tundra meadows and on massive glaciers. Raft the scenic Tsaina River. Sea Kayak in majestic Prince William Sound. And if you choose, go hiking or ice climbing on a glacier. All equipment is provided; just bring curiosity and a desire for fun exploring.

Are you drawn to nature by experiencing it? Join Singles Travel International June 13-18, 2005 for the ultimate Alaskan experience. Hike through tundra meadows and on massive glaciers. Raft the scenic Tsaina River. Sea Kayak in majestic Prince William Sound. And if you choose, go hiking or ice climbing on a glacier. All equipment is provided; just bring curiosity and a desire for fun exploring. This trip is rated moderately easy to moderate. And remember if you don’t have a traveling companion, don’t worry. When you travel with Singles Travel International, you are traveling with the best. Rates for this trip begin at $2,495 plus airfare*. Add only $650 for your own room.

Anchorage is the base of operations for this Alaskan Wilderness Multi-Sport adventure. The trip starts with a scenic bike ride along turquoise-colored Eklutna Lake. Views of towering mountains and distant glaciers are punctuated by valley wildlife like Dall sheep, moose, and eagles. After a hiking to a waterfall, a scenic flight to Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and the Kennicott Glacier Lodge set spectacularly at the foot of Root Glacier begins day two. Two days are needed to hike, and explore the region with an expert naturalist guide. Another option is to spend a day of introductory ice climbing or glacier hiking. Day four starts with a spectacular drive through Wrangell-St. Elias National Park to Vladez, “Alaska’s Little Switzerland.” Here the tour gets wet rafting on the Class III-IV Tsaina River through narrow gorges and past waterfalls. Valdez is the gateway to Prince William Sound. Day five is spent learning the basics of kayak paddling and exploring the Sound’s shoreline and spectacular tidewater glaciers. Day six provides an unforgettable Alaskan experience, a ferry ride across Prince William Sound, surrounded by mountains, forests, and tidewater glaciers. Keep alert for whales, sea otters, seals, sea lions, eagles and clouds of sea birds. Then hike in either Winner Creek Gorge, exploring the northernmost temperate rain forest in North America or Byron Glacier. The tour ends in Anchorage, with satisfied nature and sports enthusiasts who have truly lived the ultimate Alaskan experience.

*Rates are per person based on double occupancy.

Singles Travel International: With over 20 years experience in travel consulting, Singles Travel International provides worry-free travel that meets the unique needs of solo travelers. At least one Singles Travel International escort accompanies every group and is available 24 hours a day to provide assistance or answer questions. Although a Singles Travel International trip is a terrific way to meet people, travelers can be as involved as they would like in the tour activities, spending their time with the group or relaxing and exploring on their own. Singles Travel International takes the risk out of having to pay a single supplement by offering a roommate guarantee program.

Singles Travel International contact: Tammy Weiler, (877) SOLO-TRIP, (877) 765-5989, or http://www.singlestravelintl.com.

Media contact Beth Peterson, (847) 841-7001, or beth@petersonmktg.com

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