Book Your Adventure - Wilderness Collective

We guide all-inclusive adventures that are guaranteed to be one of the best weekends of your life. If you have a group of 6 or more we can accommodate custom dates and itineraries, just contact us.

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SEQUOIA TO YOSEMITE
DUAL SPORT MOTORCYCLE TOUR

Difficulty: Beginner to Intermediate | Terrain:  80/20 Dirt to Pavement
Duration:
4 days | Cost: $2599
50% deposit due to reserve spots (contact us for alternate payment plans)

OVERVIEW:
4 days of off-road riding through the some of the best mountain riding in the US and camping out at 3 unique spots. We’ll cover over 300 miles as we trace our way through foothills, past ancient Sequoia groves, over 8000’+ summits and along rushing rivers. This is the ultimate trip in terms of remote riding, incredible landscape all within one weekend. As usual we will be bringing along a professional cook, camera man and everything you need to make this trip one you will never forget.

Dates:  June 8-11, 2017 SOLD OUT | Sept. 7-10, 2017 SOLD OUT


Itinerary

Day 1:
-12:00pm departure from Los Angeles or 4pm departure from Fresno.
Ride 50 miles to Mountain Camp.
*Optional sunset ride.

Day 2:
-Ride 100+ miles from Mountain Camp to Creek Camp.
*Optional sunset ride.

Day 3:
-Ride 100+ miles from Creek Camp to Grove Camp.
*Optional sunset ride.

Day 4:
-Ride 75 miles from Grove Camp to Yosemite Valley with an approximate 5pm drop-off time in Fresno or 9pm in Los Angeles

Trip Includes

-Download link to professional photos and videos shot on your trip
-Use of Honda dual-sport motorcycles (XR650L & CRF250L)
-Use of ICON riding equipment (Boots, Gloves, Helmet, Armor)
-ICON riding gloves (yours to keep)
-Riding & Hydration backpack (yours to keep)
-All food and alcoholic beverages
-All transportation from pickup points and back
-all camp gear, tents, chairs, etc.

Requirements / What to Pack

– Backpacking size sleeping bag rated at 0°F – 30°F.
– compression bag for packing clothes
– Ground Pad (foam or inflatable)
– 1 pair of pants (any type of durable pant will do)
– 2-3 moisture wicking t-shirts
– 2-3 pairs of riding socks
– Warmer top or lightweight insulated jacket
– Sunglasses
– Waterproof shell jacket
– Swim shorts
– Lightweight, thin, and comfortable footwear for camp
– First layer style thermal underwear top and bottom (optional)
– Minimal personal toiletries
– Headlamp
– Motorcycle license*
Note: if you do not have your license you will be ineligible for our machine damage insurance and will be under a you “break it you buy it” policy


 

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EASTERN SIERRA
PACK HORSE & FLY FISHING TOUR

Difficulty: Beginner | Duration: 3 days | Cost: $1999
50% deposit due to reserve spots (contact us for alternate payment plans)

OVERVIEW:

This 3 day ride in the John Muir Wilderness brings together the best of what this iconic mountain range has to offer. A chance to harness your inner John Wayne…or John Muir. We’ll be riding horses deep into the heart of the Inyo National Forest with a pack train of mules carrying all the gear needed to have an adventure worth telling stories about. We’ll also be fly-fishing in a different high alpine lake each day ensuring great fishing for beginners and experienced anglers. This is a challenging and incredible trip on which you will have a chance to appreciate the vast beauty that makes the Sierras so legendary.

Dates: August 24-27, 2017

Itinerary

Travel Day: Afternoon departure from Los Angeles to trailhead lodging
Day 1: Ride from Trailhead over Mono Pass to Mono Creek
Day 2: Fishing and riding at Hopkins & Mono to Second Recess
Day 3: Mono Creek back to Pack Station with an approximate 10pm Los Angeles arrival

Trip Includes

-Download link to professional photos and videos shot on your trip
-All Chef prepared meals and drinks
-Transportation from Los Angeles to Trailhead and back
-Camp Gear
-Fishing Gear

What to Pack

Sleeping bag with a comfort range of 20 to 60 degrees.
Backpacking size foam or inflatable sleeping pad
Broad-brimmed hat is essential for protection from sun at high altitude. It must have strings to keep from blowing off.
Sunglasses (RX glasses) – high altitude sun is BRIGHT!
Pint water bottle for your horn bag
Pocket knife or small multi-tool
Headlamp and extra batteries
Rain jackets and pants or slicker (rolled up you can tie them to the back of your saddle)
Hat protector (to keep your hat dry)
Light jacket (windbreaker)
Wool or fleece pullover/sweater (layers will keep you comfortable)
Bandana
Gloves (recommend gloves for riding, may want warm gloves for evenings)
Socks
Riding boots with a heel
Comfortable shoes for camp
Shirts and pants (long sleeved shirts offer sun, bug and branch protection)
Underwear
Swim trunks
Bath towel/wash cloth/soap (try a multi-use bar or liquid for use on hair, body and laundry. Biodegradable choices are available.)
Insect repellent such as Cutters
Toothbrush/toothpaste
Sun Screen (lotion, cream or stick)- use liberally for sunburn and chapping prevention.
Chapstick with sun protection SPF 15 or better
Lotion (altitude and sun can be dry and chap skin)
Prescription medicine (if required – if you have any allergies, remember to bring appropriate medication)
Band-aids, aspirin, ibuprofen, eye drops, moleskin for any blisters
Baby powder/Talcum powder (helps to relieve any raw or irritated areas from boots, clothes or saddles)


 

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ALASKA SNOWMOBILE ADVENTURE

Difficulty: Beginner | Duration: 3 days  | Cost: $3999
50% deposit due to reserve spots (contact us for alternate payment plans)

OVERVIEW:

This adventure will take you deep into the frozen heart of Alaska, the last wild state. Riding snowmobiles for over 350 miles over 3 unforgettable riding days. On this route, we will be riding through trees, fields, and over frozen rivers and mountain passes while we hunt for endless powder and glacier ice caves. Lodging in a rustic hunting and fishing lodge with incredible food and hospitality.

Dates: February 23-26, 2017


Itinerary

Travel Day:
-4:00pm departure from ANC airport
-3 hour van transport to lodging

Day 1:
-Ride all day to lodging deep in the Alaska Range
*Optional night ride.

Day 2:
-Ride all day chasing powder and exploring glaciers and ice caves
*Optional night ride.

Day 3:
-Ride all day through forests, tundra and frozen rivers
-farewell dinner in Anchorage

Trip Includes

-Download link to professional photos and videos shot on your trip
-Use of all riding gear (helmets, boots, parka, snowpants, riding gloves, balaclava, goggles)
-Use of SkiDoo Summit 600 snowmachines

Requirements / What to Pack

– light to mid weight down jacket or layer
– small water bottle
– lip balm, sunscreen
– heavyweight tall socks
– First layer style heavy to mid weight thermal underwear top and bottom
– Minimal personal toiletries
– Headlamp


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ALASKA BACKCOUNTRY MOTO TOUR

Difficulty: Beginner to Intermediate | Terrain:  60/40 Dirt to Pavement
Duration: 7 days | Cost: $5200

OVERVIEW:

Our Alaska Backcountry Motorcycle Tour is a motorcycle adventure for those who want to explore the real Alaska and get as remote as you can on the Alaska Highway System. Style of riding ranges from excellent scenic pavement to challenging two-track and ATV trails. Explore Wrangell – St. Elias National Park and Denali National Park. Ride an adventure touring motorcycle the way it was meant to, and discover the last frontier.

Dates: Moved to 2018 email us for dates and to get on the wait list.

Itinerary

DAY 1 –  Arrive by mid-afternoon. Hotel check-in. Meet the other riders and the staff at the welcome dinner at one of Anchorage’s premier restaurants.

DAY 2 – Anchorage Alaska to Talkeetna, Alaska via Hatcher Pass – Ride North from Anchorage to historic Independence mine before taking a scenic and challenging 40 mile dirt pass connecting up with the Parks Highway. Keep your eyes pealed for Denali, North America’s tallest Peak as you head into Talkeetna, a famous mountaineering town.

DAY 3 – Talkeetna, Alaska to Denali Highway, Alaska. Heading North on the Parks highway the group will enjoy spectacular views of the Alaska range before heading down the famous Denali Highway, the original entrance to Denali National Park. The road parallels the Alaska Range and is widely accepted as the most scenic route in Alaska. Stay at a remote lodge on the Susitna River. 

DAY 4 – Free day on the Denali Highway: Explore the mountainous area on challenging two-track and mining roads in the area. Get ready for water crossings, ever changing terrain and abundant wildlife. This is an Alaska most locals don’t even experience. Stay on the Denali Highway.

DAY 5 – Denali Highway to Copper Center area: Finish the balance of the Denali Highway before heading south on the Richardson Highway. The Richardson Highway parallels the Alaska Pipeline for many miles and the scenery transitions from the Alaska Range to the Wrangell Mountains. 

DAY 6 – Free Day, Copper Center, Alaska:  Explore Wrangell-St. Elias National Park via the Edgerton Highway to McCarthy and Kennicott Mine, or via the Slana Road from Nabesna). Paved option of the Richardson Highway through scenic Thompson Pass.

DAY 7 – Copper Center Area to Anchorage, Alaska: The paved ride home is on one of North America’s Scenic Byways they Glenn Highway. Glaciers flow down from the mountains in the distance and the route eventually narrows into a canyon with views of the Matanuska River and Glacier. Farewell dinner in Anchorage. Fly out or stay an extra night.

 

Trip Includes

-Adventure motorcycle rental
-All accomodations
-Professional Wilderness guide
-Videographer and trip film
-All transportation from pickup points and back
-Fuel for bikes
-Lunch, snacks and beverages

Requirements / What to Pack

Documents

❏  Passport

❏  Photocopy of passport stored in different 
location

❏  Driver’s license

❏  Photocopy of driver’s license stored in different 
location

Riding Gear

❏  Full face helmet with pinlock or fog resistant shield (unless renting from Wilderness)

❏  Multiple pairs of riding gloves with finger squeegee

❏  Riding jacket with armor

❏  Riding pants with armor

❏  Over the top rain suit

❏  Tall waterproof riding boots that are also comfortable for walking

❏  Thick wool socks for riding

❏  Bandana

❏  Neck buff or gaitor

❏  Sunglasses, case and cleaner

❏  Ear plugs (not in India ­ you need to be able to 
hear horns!)

❏  Ziploc slide top bags ­ gallon & quart

Other Clothes

❏ Pant layers
❏ Smartwool or cold-weather leggings

❏ Quick-dry pants

❏ Torso layers

❏ Smartwool or cold weather base layer

❏ Quick dry shirts

❏ Fleece or thermal vest/jacket

❏ Warm, comfortable clothes for after riding

❏ Warm hat, stocking cap for after riding

❏ Comfortable shoes for after riding

❏ Enough clothes, socks and underwear for the length of your trip!

Other Items

❏ Waterproof duffel bag to carry your clothes and non­essentials on the truck

❏ Small day pack for walking around town

❏ Camera + batteries and memory cards

❏ Medicines

❏ Painreliever,allergy,antacid,etc.

❏ Prescriptions

❏ Toiletries

❏ Soap, shampoo, conditioner ­ not all lodging provides these

❏ Toilet paper and moist wipes

❏ Nail clippers, razors, other grooming

❏ Headlamp for around camp

❏ Sunblock: skin and lips

❏ Cash, spread out among luggage to prevent loss

❏ Credit card, tucked away somewhere safe

Road Conditions

Paved roads and gravel roads are the main. The out-rides are two-track jeep trails and four-wheeler tracks with rocks, mud and water crossings.


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DAY IN THE DIRT
GUIDED SOCAL DUAL-SPORT RIDE

Difficulty: Beginner to Intermediate | Duration: 1 day

OVERVIEW:

For all of you who don’t have a whole weekend to devote to riding we’re excited to offer our Day in the Dirt guided trips

Dates: Click Book Now to view the calendar of available dates. Don’t see a date you like? Email info@wildernesscollective.com

Itinerary

Note: we are happy to accommodate custom pickup locations within LA and customized itineraries to suit your needs.

-8:00am departure from Los Angeles
-Transport to riding area
-Ride all morning
-Lunch break
-Ride all afternoon
-Drive back to Los Angeles

 

Trip Includes

-Professional guide
-Use of Honda dual-sport motorcycles (XR650L & CRF250L) if you opt for a rental
-Use of ICON riding equipment (Boots, Gloves, Helmet, Armor)
-All transportation from pickup points and back
-Fuel for bikes
-Lunch, snacks and beverages

Requirements / What to Pack

– 1 pair of pants (any type of durable pant will do)
– moisture wicking t-shirt
– tall socks
– Warmer top or lightweight insulated layer
– Windbreaker type shell jacket
– Sunglasses
– Motorcycle license*
Note: if you do not have your license we will ride on BLM land where a license is not needed