Alaska's Healing Hearts is a national organization offering year-round outdoor recreational opportunities for our brave wounded warriors and their families.
Our goal is to continue to provide opportunities to discover the new normal for every Warrior and their loved ones.
**Our events are geared towards all Active military, Veterans, their Families, Caregivers, and Survivors that live or are currently in Alaska.
Alaskas Healing Hearts partners with Hilltop ski lodge to provide four free ski nights for veterans and military members. These nights are normally the third Thursday evening starting in December.
Must have ID and proof of veterans status.
Lift passes are covered and a meal will be provided until food runs out. Reduced rate on rental equipment and lessons available.
Information on our rodeo events coming soon
Women Veterans Ice Fishing 02.17.2018
Veterans and Family Ice Fishing
Alaskas Healing Hearts events are open to military members and in most cases families.
Hardwater Warriors our premier ice fishing program will take 450-500 military, veterans and family members out a season. This program is key to getting veterans and family members out during the winter months.
We will provide ice shanties, poles, jigs, bait, and a meal ranging from BBQ, to local restaurant delivery.
Attendees are required to bring a current fishing license and warm winter clothing.
Each event will last 5-6 hrs we start our ice fishing season as soon as the ice is safe to travel on.
Events are scheduled in the anchorage and matanuska susitna borough.
What do you do when it -18
AHH goes snowshoeing at Eagle River Nature Center!
We took some great Alaskan veterans out, in a joint venture with WWP.
Look for future snowshoeing events, on our webpage and Facebook!
Special shout out and thanks to our team leader Brett Bakner for showing us a great time and bringing us back in one piece!
Each year we have two family camps (Warrior Weekends) at the Alaska state Elks camp in Sutton Alaska.
These events are based on family interaction and meeting new people that love the out doors.
These normally are held the weekend before Memorial Day and the last weekend in September. These events start Friday afternoon and end Sunday morning. There are equine events, UTV trail rides, family games, kids crafts, and a bonfire each evening for socializing.
The facilities are group cabins which sleep ten people five per side, shower facilities and restrooms are available on site. Guests required to bring season appropriate clothing, some type of bedding (twin beds), toiletries and a desire to have fun.
The following meals are provided: Friday dinner 1800, Saturday breakfast, lunch, dinner, s’mores by the fire, then Sunday morning breakfast.