Polaris workhorse 6 wheel drive ATV  SAGE GREEN

power steering    3500 lb winch

auto PVT transmission P/R/N/L/H In-line shift

2 up seat with hand holds

44 HP   Payload Capacity 1,115 lb

Front/Rear Rack 90 lb /800 lb

1500 lb tow hitch rating



Polaris single rider 4X4 570cc ATV ONYX BLACK 

power steering    2500 lb winch

auto transmission  P/R/N/L/H In-line shifting

upgraded lights, bumpers, rims, tires

44 HP    Payload Capacity 485 lbs

high clearance A arm suspension

Front/Rear Rack  90 lb / 180 lb


Amazing experience! We had called in literally less than 24 hrs before coming and Andy was very very helpful and accommodated us. On the day of he was very helpful and explained all the features of the ATV and walked us through what we were going to see. Reasonably priced especially considering how much time we were given and views are amazing

-Hasan Arain


My group and I went ATV’ing with Alaska Backcountry Access. Andy was phenomenal. He clearly knew what he was talking about, taught us, and set us on our way to one of the coolest experiences of our lives. I highly recommend this service!



Booked a whole days worth of atv with them and it was the highlight of our trip. Great people who are very responsive, walk through all of the best sights and activities to go to, and offer incredible hospitality. Cannot recommend them more

-Sameer Abdali

ATV - UTV - SXS - 4X4 - 6X6 - Trailhead Rentals


ATV Self-Guided and Guided Trailhead Rentals    11 AM – 5PM average 4 hours

Ultimate adventure including:  ATV / UTV drop off ⭐️ park fees⭐️ pick up ⭐️ cleaning ⭐️ fuel


Bird Creek – Chugach State Park – Bird Valley Trailhead – 22 mi south of Anchorage – 13 mi north of Girdwood

Forest trails winding on old logging roads 15 miles along Bird and Penguin Creeks.  Multi-use trails managed for hiking, biking, horseback and ATVs.  State Park trails have some signs, bridges and turn arounds at motorized boundaries.  Cobble, puddles, roots, small creeks, mud and moderate climb up Penguin Trails.  Open to ATV / UTVs up to 56″ wide on April 1st with a general 20 mph speed limit due to the multi-use nature of the trails.

Single Rider ATV Rental:  $325          Double Rider ATV Rental:  $350          Double Rider UTV Rental:   $380    


Turnagain Arm – AKMUDITUP – Mile Post 75 Seward Highway – 47 mi south of Anchorage – 3.8 mi south of Portage

AKMUDITUP ATV guided rental ventures onto the muddy tidelands, wide open flats, fields and muddy track trails of Turnagain Arm.  Operated via Alaska DNR and ADF&G permits this unique adventure takes you 15 miles with time to freeride.  Meets at our AKMUDITUP / Alaska Snowmobile Tours basecamp on a variable schedule due to the tidal nature of the area.   Open to ATVs up to 50″ wide year-round from Kenai Peninsula sign.

Single Rider ATV Rental:  $345          6X6 ATV Rental:  $370      


Old Sterling Hwy – Turn Lake Pullover – GFM2+MX Moose Pass, Alaska – 55 mi S of Girdwood – 36 mi N of Seward

Two track dirt and rocky trail open to ATVs, UTVs and 4X4 year-round, turning into a multi-use ski trail in winter.  Originally a road established in 1950 to connect Sterling, Soldotna, Coooper Landing and the Seward Highway it was abandoned for the new Sterling Highway route.  Trails are straight forward with a few water crossings and some of the most family friendly ATV trail on the Kenai Peninsula.  Add stops at Kenai Lake, Sunrise Café, Crescent Creek, Quartz Creek or horseback riding at Alaska Horseman. 

Single Rider ATV:  $415          Double Rider ATV:  $440          Double Rider UTV:   $470


Falls Creek – Alaska DNR – Chugach National Forest –  – 24.4 mi N of Seward

Falls Creek is a 10 mile trail system that is considered moderately difficult and for those with off road experience.  Trail climbs 20% average grades on gold mining trails to the tundra line and hiking trails that lead to abandoned mines.  Falls Creek is open to ATV, UTV, SXS and 4X4 generally June 1st to March 31st and hiking June 1st to October 15th.  Falls Creek Trail winds through dense forests with black and grizzly bear populations.  Trails are a mix of rock, roots, gravel, mud, water crossings and a crux bedrock ledge.

Single Rider ATV:  $425          Double Rider ATV:  $450         


Crown Point – Alaska DNR – Chugach National Forest – CJMH+37P Crown Point, Alaska – 24.5 mi N of Seward

Terrain mainly consists of hard pack gravel and rocky sections of switchback goldmine trail developed in 1910 with 20% grade and about 3000’ of elevation gain above Kenai Lake.  Best suited to ATVs, this trail is only recommended for riders with motorsport experience who are comfortable in the mountains. Generally open from June 1st the trail can be muddy at times and snow covered at elevation well into June.

Single Rider ATV:  $425          Double Rider ATV:  $450       


Bear Lake – Iditarod Nat’l Historic Trail – Alaska DNR – – 6.3 mi N of Seward

Multi-use trail that fords several creeks between Seward and Bear Lake.  Mountain views, Bear Lake and riverbed access, thick forests, mud, roots and rocks, 12 miles of trails.  Great Air B&B access for multi-day rides.

Single Rider ATV:  $445          Double Rider ATV:  $470          Double Rider UTV:   $500 


Eklutna Lake Trail – Alaska State Parks – 38 mi NE of Anchorage –

Eklutna Lakeside trail is a gravel, rocky, two track with some climbs and side hills with scenic views, public use cabins and backcountry camping areas. Hiking and berry picking on Bold Ridge and Twin Peaks trails in late summer. Popular area to view fall colors, ATV trails are about 25 miles round trip along Eklutna Lake to Glacier trail.  Chugach State Park trails open to ATV / UTV  SUN – WED from April 1st to Nov 30th.

Single Rider ATV:  $445          Double Rider ATV:  $470          Double Rider UTV:   $500   

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