Alaska Mountain & River Adventures (AMRA) offers our clients a remote, wild
Alaska adventure. These are fly in trips with bush plane from Anchorage to the
Alaska Mountain Range and the Alaska Peninsula, no roads and no other people.
This is what Alaska is genuinely all about!! Towering youthful mountains,
glaciers, meandering mountain glacial fed rivers, brown/grizzly bears, black
bears, Dall sheep, caribou, moose, wolves, wolverines and much more.
AMRA is owned and operated by Dan Aasmundstad (registered guide & outfitter) who
has been guiding for the past 20 plus years offering outdoor enthusiasts the
best Alaska has to offer. Our part of Alaska will take you back in time. Dan's
outdoor adventures began at the age of 5 years old when his father and two
brothers went duck hunting and Dan was invited along to be the two legged
retriever. At that time Dan thought ducks landed in trees just like most all
birds, not so Dan found out. Dan enjoyed every minute of it and never looked
Dan's Alaska outdoor experiences started in the early 1980's being trained by
and working for Branham Adventures (Dennis Branham master guide #2 and Chris
Branham master guide #65) in the beginning and also trained and worked for
Jungles, Deserts, & Mountains (bush pilot and Registered guide/outfitter Barry
Aasmundstad and Registered guide/outfitter Mark Collins. Dan's thorough
knowledge of Alaska's land and wildlife comes from the mentorship of these
individuals. At times AMRA still works in conjunction with it's mentors.
Our camps are rustic and comfortable. Log cabins with wood floors and wood
stoves, wall tents with wood floors and wood stoves along with cots and bunks
for your sleeping comfort. The food is exceptionally good for being in the
middle of nowhere, and the friendly service is unmatchable. We take a limited
number of clients on each adventure to keep the quality of your experience at
its highest level. We are not into high volume. You and your personal guide hunt
out of your own personal camp. We are also checked on by the bush plane halfway
thru the hunt.