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Our Team

Our Alaska travel experts are here to help you plan and book an unforgettable Alaskan experience.

We can be reached during office hours via phone and email. You’ll love chatting with us about your upcoming Alaska vacation!

Kimberley Norman

Lead Alaska Certified Expert – Alaska Travel Specialist

As a lifelong Alaskan I love the immense beauty and vast wilderness Alaska has to offer. As a young child I grew up fishing for King Salmon almost as big as me!

I have enjoyed many adventures living here including kayaking in Prince William Sound, backpacking deep inside Denali National Park and glacier exploration by helicopter in the Tordrillo Mountains. I love helping others to create their own perfect “Alaskan Adventures”.

Betsy Beardsley

Alaska Certified Expert – Alaska Travel Specialist

My love for Alaska started as a child in my dad’s bush plane.  We’d take off from our Bristol Bay fishing lodge and look for a remote lake to spend the day hiking and fishing.  Alaska was mesmerizing to me as a child and it continues to be so today.  As an adult, I’ve had the privilege of leading tours to remote regions of the Arctic.

Learning about Alaska’s rich cultural heritage is both educating and rewarding. My favorite place in all of Alaska is Point Hope, a tiny Inupiaq village on the edge of the Chukchi Sea.  In the summers, you’ll often find me out exploring Alaska’s parks with my family in our vintage VW camper bus.  I love seeing my kids light up through travel and outdoor experiences.

Gitte Agerskov

Alaska Certified Expert – Alaska Travel Specialist

My love for Alaska started when I first set foot in the state in 2011. Growing up in Denmark, the wilderness of Alaska had been calling me closer since my childhood. Alaska was everything and more than I had imagined! My once-in-a-lifetime visit turned in to more visits. When I was given the chance to make Alaska my home, I didn’t hesitate.

I moved to Anchorage in January of 2015. My greatest joys are found in the outdoors. Hiking, mountain biking, fishing, kayaking, skiing, snowboarding and any new experiences I can get. I may have lived here a short time, but I have explored and partaken in as many truly Alaskan activities as possible, including silly things such as running with the reindeer during the Fur Rondy festival.

My two favorite places so far are Kenai Fjords National Park and Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. Let me share my love of Alaska with you and make your visit an experience of a lifetime!