Final Reflection by Megan Moffat

I remember stepping off the plane and seeing the mountains for the the very first time. It all looked so foreign and like a painting, I couldn’t believe that i was actually in Alaska. I remembe...

David D. Smith Final Reflection

Coming back for a second time, is completely different than my first time. This year, I came into the trip with a huge goal. The goal that I had set was that I wanted to make as many kids as I can, h...

Final Reflection by Cam Face

The Alaska Great Lakes Project has been an amazing experience for me. I have learned so many new things about other people, myself, and Alaska. I have become a better person by respecting others and ...

Final Reflection by Anna Sitar

Wow. My most memorable trip of my entire life is over and I don’t know where to start. From day one I was nervous, and stressed, and I didn’t know what to think. I’m coming to Alask...

Final Reflection by Noah Coppo

This opportunity was a once in a lifetime trip and I’m very thankful for it. I accomplished so mich during this three week time period. I tried things that I normally would’ve never tried...

Brad Heidenreich Final Reflection

My experience in Alaska has been great. I’ve learned many things on this trip about myself, others around me, and Alaska as a state. I learned how to camp and how to sleep in a tent, I learned ...

2013 Annual/Final Reflection by Ishtar

2013 Final Annual Reflection Wow, 24 years of taking young travelers to Alaska. As I prepare to leave I am most pleased by the positive growth demonstrated by the participants. Greater acceptance of...