Our goal is to ensure that you have a safe and enjoyable ATV tour. The policies listed are our guidelines of operation. Please review these policies, and if you have any questions or concerns contact us and we will do our best to address them.
Your safety is our #1 concern. Driving an ATV is a very enjoyable experience and they can take you places you could otherwise not visit. When operated correctly, ATV's are a very safe vehicle. However, when not operated correctly, these machines can be very dangerous. We ensure that our ATV's are operated correctly by providing the following:
⦁ Pre-ride safety instruction and hands-on riding instruction under the supervision of your guide
⦁ Driving practice before trail riding
⦁ If at any time during the tour a guide feels that you are being reckless, they may end your tour without a refund
We will provide helmets and goggles. Helmets are required by law. Eye protection, either our goggles or your glasses or sunglasses, is mandatory.
Guides are First Aid and CPR certified. Guides are equipped with phones in case of a medical emergency. Pregnant women are not allowed on these rides. If you have neck, back, or other recurring medical concerns, your doctor should be consulted before booking a tour. We will be miles from any medical facility.
It is mandatory that all drivers be at least 16 and have a valid drivers license. Any person under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian who will be required to sign a liability waiver.
Alaska is unpredictable: You should prepare for cool weather. Bring enough warm clothing to dress in layers. Long pants, long sleeves, and a jacket are highly recommended. Wear clothing you don’t mind getting dirty. Boots or tennis shoes are required.
What to Bring
⦁ Rain Gear: A rain jacket, rain pants, or a poncho are recommended.
⦁ Backpack: Backpack or other tote for storage.
⦁ Snacks: Bring a full water bottle! You can bring your own snacks.
⦁ Electronics: You will be riding off-road and any valuables, keys, electronics, etc. can be lost on the trail. Bring only what you really need. We won’t be responsible for damaged or lost items.
We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, or cash. Payment must be made in full at time of reservation.
Pick-up and Check-in Policies
Please be at the McCarthy Creek Bridge at your designated tour time. We are under no obligation to refund or reshedule any party that does not show up or is late for their tour.
Cancellation and Tour Change Policies
Reservations are non-refundable. In the event that your ATV tour is cancelled, a full refund will be given. It is required to read and sign the liability form before you can precede with the tour. The form will be available to fill out when you check in.
To go on an ATV tour, you must accept the risks of ATVing by signing the Wrangell Adventure Tours "Release of Liability" form. You must listen closely to the safety lecture and follow any instructions given by your guide. To go ATVing, you must demonstrate safe driving skills.
Zero Tolerance Policy
At any time during your tour, if the guides feel that you are operating your ATV in an unsafe or reckless manner, they have full authority to end your tour without a refund. ATV's can be very dangerous and the are operated unsafely and incorrectly.
All ATV tours depart rain or shine!
Gratuity for your guide is never required but always appreciated!
Thanks for riding with Wrangell Adventure Tours!