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So I have always wanted to go to Alaska, and I am thinking of going there probably the fall after I graduate. I am wanting to kayak around some glaciers and maybe some backpacking. Maybe even hit up a resort there. I have been doing a lot of research and I was just wondering if you think I should do one of the trips that include both or go by myself with someone else. I would say I have excellent survival skills, but just wanting opinions of other people. Sorry it's kind of a long post. Any input is appreciated
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Probally the wrong section so just move it where it is a appropriate sorry

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Hey guys
So I have always wanted to go to Alaska, and I am thinking of going there probably the fall after I graduate. I am wanting to kayak around some glaciers and maybe some backpacking. Maybe even hit up a resort there. I have been doing a lot of research and I was just wondering if you think I should do one of the trips that include both or go by myself with someone else. I would say I have excellent survival skills, but just wanting opinions of other people. Sorry it's kind of a long post. Any input is appreciated
Thanks alot

Probally the wrong section so just move it where it is a appropriate sorry
i'm sure your survival skills are great , but don't forget alaska is a whole different world.

p.s. i'm jealous as hell.
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Yea I know thats why I am asking peoples opinions. I have been planning this trip for almost 2 years though.
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that sounds like an amazing idea
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