Ride the best Alaskan roads with adventurous ladies from all over. This tour features Denali National Park, the Alaska Range, Mt. McKinley, Thompson Pass and Valdez. See more of Alaska than most Alaskans!
Alaska Women's Ride Participants Will Receive a Free Schuberth C3W Helmet
The Schuberth C3W helmet is the world's first modular helmet to be engineered specifically for women, and riders attending this year's Alaska Women's Ride will each receive a free C3W from Schuberth North America.
The C3W features the same aeroacoustically superior shell design found in Schuberth's C3 modular helmets for maximum aerodynamic performance with minimal wind noise, while the interior shape incorporates a narrower jawline and higher cheekbone padding to better fit the contours of a woman's face. The microfiber liner is antibacterial and hypoallergenic to protect sensitive skin, and is easily removed for cleaning.
For more information about these great helmets, visit Schuberth's website.
Check out the
Alaska Women´s Tour Slideshow on YouTube
All paved itinerary featuring the very best scenic roads in Alaska.
Good to Above average. Most nights are in comfortable, clean hotels located in scenic locations. Some nights are in remote, rustic lodges and are decorated "Alaska Rustic" which feature clean, comfortable rooms.
Highlights for this motorcycle tour
- Denali National Park
- Denali Highway
- Alaska Range
- Thompson Pass
- Matanuska Glacier
Alaska Women´s Motorcycle Tour Itinerary
Sunday, June 28th:
Arrival in Anchorage
We will have our welcome dinner this night at a premier Anchorage restaurant. Please arrive by mid-afternoon. We will be available for airport pickup from 8 am to 6 pm. Stay in Anchorage.
Monday, June 29th:
Anchorage to Talkeetna - 120 miles
Get the bikes, load the van and head north. We will spend the night in the quaint town of Talkeetna where we will have a fantastic dinner and have time to check out the local flavor in this historic town. Stay in Talkeetna.
Tuesday, June 30th:
Talkeetna to Fairbanks - 270 miles
Today we will ride past Mt. McKinley, North America’s tallest peak. Stop for lunch at Denali Park where you can ride the first 20 miles into the park. Continue north to Fairbanks. Stay in Fairbanks.
Wednesday, July 1st:
Fairbanks to Chena - .
We have a short day today so you can visit the sights in Fairbanks (University Museum, Pioneer Park, historic downtown) and get in early at Chena Hot Springs so we can hit the Ice Museum, Hot Springs, a massage or many other activities. Stay at Chena Hot Springs Resort.
Thursday, July 2nd:
Chena to Tangle Lakes - 200 miles
After visiting the town of North Pole we will continue south on the Richardson Highway through stunning river deltas and remarkable Isabel Pass. The scenery is fantastic and after a great ride we will stop for the night at the remote Tangle River Inn. Here you will have silent nights and magical views with all the comforts of home, one of the favorite stops of the tour! Stay at Tangle River Inn.
Friday, July 3rd:
Tangle Lakes to Valdez -
A world-class ride into Valdez with more spectacular views of glaciers, waterfalls, mountains and picture-perfect vistas. We will stop at Worthington Glacier where you can walk right up on the glacier! As we ride through Thompson Pass and Keystone Canyon there will be many stops for endless photo opportunities. We will stay in the heart of Valdez, right on the harbor, where you can watch the fishing boats arrive with their daily catch and chat with the locals about life in Valdez. Stay in Valdez.
Saturday, July 4th:
Valdez to Glenn Highway - 190 miles
Leaving Valdez is just as amazing! We climb Thompson Pass gaining 2,000 feet in elevation in less than 4 miles and ride past Worthington Glacier. Our lodge for the night is located on the Glenn Highway remotely located about 70 miles from the nearest grocery store. Here we will dine on a gourmet dinner while we bask in the mountain views and sip adult beverages from the wrap around porch at the lodge. Stay near Matanuska Glacier.
Sunday, July 5th:
Enjoy a fabulous breakfast at the lodge and head back to Anchorage. We will pass Matanuska Glacier and stop at the Musk Ox farm where you can see the animals up close. Information center about the animals and gift shop too. Arrive in Anchorage, check into the hotel and gather for our premier farewell dinner. Stay in Anchorage.
Monday, July 6th:
Fly home.Back to Top
All riders on this tour will receive a free Schuberth C3W helmet, the only modular helmet engineered specifically for women. Learn more about Schuberth and the C3W by visiting their website.
To Book This Tour:
To secure a spot on our All Women's Alaska Tour please register and pay $1,000 deposit.
from Anchorage International Airport (ANC)
For any other travel options, please contact us at: 1-800-756-1990 for advice.
You may also reach our travel agent Sally at: Sally@alaskatravelsource.com or (907) 562- 2213 Just tell her you are part of MotoQuests’ Ladies Tour!
*Send us your Travel Information so we know when and where to meet you!!
Lonely Planet Alaska
Please note that meals and fuel are not included in the tour price. We recommend that you budget about $100.00 per day for food and fuel (this is just an estimate of expenses and is not including adult beverages.) Many places in Alaska accept Visa and MasterCard but it would be wise to have some cash on hand in case there are problems at remote lodges.
Things to Bring:
- Drivers’ license with motorcycle endorsement from your country/state.
- Swim suit
- Comfortable after riding shoes (tennis shoes and/or hiking boots are fine)
- Plan to ride in 40f to 95f degree weather.
- Plan for rain!
Bring riding suit, top and bottom, with pads. Have something that is waterproof, or bring an outer waterproof layer for rainy days.
For you ladies we recommend:
Recommended Rain Gear: Olympia Horizon Rain Gear
In Alaska and Long Beach we have Olympia riding gear available for rent if you do not currently own your own gear. Please call us and let us know if you will need us to reserve the jacket, pants or both for your tour.
Stout water-proof boots, rain gear, a warm hat, rain-proof gloves (2 pair), hiking shoes, bug spray, lots of underwear, fleece layers, full-faced helmet, swim suit, and a good camera are the things you need on the trail.Back to Top
Riding Alaska with all women was a blast! Never have I laughed so hard!
Linda Berry, USA”